Whitbylicious: Regional done right…

And this just in from the divine Kerri King over at Durham Tourism


 

 

A celebration of all that is good and wholesome and delicious in Whitby and Brooklin, Whitbylicious launches January 24 through February 7, 2013 with participating restaurants offering three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus visioned by some of the best culinary virtuosos in the Region.

Highlighting Durham’s diverse culinary landscape, its rich farmlands and artisanal purveyors, multi-coursed menus are set at $20 to $30 for lunch and $30 to $40 for dinner (excluding taxes and gratuity). That’s a heck of a lot of value for so little money. It begs the question, why stay home and cook?

Nine locally owned and operated restaurants will participate in this first-ever winter editon of Whitbylicious.

What’s that you ask? Who are these nine culinary masterminds?

Try these babies on for size… The Brock House; Bella Notte Ristorante; Chatterpaul’s; Corrado’s; Hot Rocks Creative Diner; KB Food; The Lake Grill; Nice Bistro and Shrimp Cocktail.

What makes this culinary experience so unique is that each restaurant has committed to donating a portion from each Whitbylicious meal sold to support Whitby-based community food banks.

Says restaurateur and owner of The Brock House restaurant, Chris Neshevich, “Whitbylicious not only gives our customers a chance to explore the best restaurants in Whitby and Brooklin, it also let’s us pay in forward and give back to the communities in which we work and live.”

Reservations for Whitbylicious are strongly recommended and should be made directly with participating restaurants.

For more information, contact:

Caitlin Jobb — Events Coordinator
Caitlin@thebrockhouse.ca
c: 905.925.2168
c/o The Brock House Kitchen & Bar
Whitby, ON
905.493.4031
www.thebrockhouse.ca


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