Eataly Toronto Is Now Offering Weekly Four-Course Menus

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Even though we’re all spending all of our time at home and perfecting the art of banana bread and sourdough, sometimes you just don’t feel like cooking. That’s where Eataly Toronto comes in.

Eataly Toronto’s Trattoria Milano restaurant is now offering weekly four-course meals that can be picked up in store.

Each week’s menu retails for $65 and can be ordered ahead of time on Tock. Want to add in some vino or enjoy a cocktail pairing? You can add those onto your order for an extra cost, of course.

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This week’s menu features a Vitello Tonnato appetizer which is poached Montauk Farms veal loin, tuna sauce, radish, with capers. Then there’s gnocchi in a saffron cream sauce followed by Spezzatino Con Polenta which is Italian beef stew with K2 Milling polenta.

Don’t think the team at Eataly forgot about dessert.

Indulge in an Italian chocolate budino with coffee and salted caramel that is served with crumbled amaretti cookies.

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