Taste of Burlington highlights diverse culinary offerings this month

Published February 13, 2023 at 3:42 pm

This year will see more than 25 restaurants take part in the return of Taste of Burlington.

In this, its 15th year, the food festival will showcase the variety of dining options available across the city as well as the skills of those who prepare the meals.

Starting Feb. 21 and running to March 12, residents and visitors can taste-test their way through the city.

Joining some long-time favourite restaurants, this year several new locations will be featured serving up dishes from lobster poutine to lamb burgers, seasonal soups and risottos.

“Taste of Burlington is the city’s most appetizing event and it takes place at the most convenient time of year. It gives visitors and residents a chance to sample the best of our foodie scene. We encourage everyone to get out there and try something new with a mix of unique menus and old favourites,” says Kristene Smith, Executive Director of Tourism Burlington.

The fixed-price promotion will be available at several locations across the city and will feature the following establishments:

Barra Fion, Bistro Restaurant and Lounge at the Courtyard, Burlington Pump & Bistro, Burro Tacos, Cherry House Restaurant, District Kitchen + Bar, Downtown Bistro, Earl’s Kitchen + Bar, El Inka, Familia Fine Foods, Gator Teds, Industria Pizza & Bar, Isabelle’s, Jackson’s Landing, Lowville Bistro, Milestones Grill & Bar, Montfort Mediterranean Gill – Brant, Paradiso Burlington, Pepe and Lela’s, Pepperwood Bistro, Pizza Boat, Rock Bistro @ RBG, SB Prime, Scaddabush, Spencer’s at the Waterfront, The Express Italian Eatery, The Platter Company, and The Slye Fox. You can take a closer look at these restaurants by following this link.

Taste of Burlington began with 12 restaurants in 2008 and has grown to running twice a year each winter and fall.

 

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