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8 Prix-Fixe Menus

Perigee offers a three-course pre-theatre spread between 5 and 6 p.m. ($65) that is pure epicurean rapture.

If you favour the aromas of the subcontinent, 309 Dhaba delivers meals of four ($30) and five courses ($50).

Sip a Pastis and savour the authentic vibe at La Palette, a French bistro in Kensington Market, while partaking in its three-tiered dinner menu ($25).

The bistro menu at Bodega flaunts a two-course lunch ($19.95) and three-course dinner ($29.95).

Delve into French classics with a twist at Le Sélect Bistro with a nightly three-course prix fixe dinner ($29.95).

Dine in the clouds with the best view in the city at 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower and choose between three ($52) and four courses ($68).

Some call a meal at La Maquette the most romantic dining experience in Toronto; indulge in its nightly three-course prix fixe ($32) until closing time.

Still peckish after the show? The Savoy has a post-theatre three-course selection ($25) from 9 p.m.

The popular Winterlicious dining program returns with eight unique culinary events. Read all about it at Hogtown’s Best Pig-Out.—Susan Traxel

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