Kingsville, Ontario, the beautiful heritage rich small town located on the Lake Erie North Shore, is holding its inaugural restaurant week from April 28 to May 4, 2014. For a small town, it is quickly becoming known as a favourite tourist hot spot in part because of numerous high quality dining establishments. During King’s EPIC Feast restaurant week customers will enjoy savoury spring themed prix fixe menus paired with local essex county wines.
The restaurant week is organized by Eat Drink Dine Kingsville, a group of food, beverage, and hospitality operators who have a common goal of promoting Kingsville and surrounding area as a culinary tourism destination.
Participating restaurants include Mettawas Station Mediterranean Restaurant, Jack’s Gastropub, The Main Grill and Ale House, Merlis’ Coffeehouse & Eatery, O’ Sarracino Trattoria and Wine Bar, Annabelle’s Tea Room & Gift Shop, Vernon’s Tap & Grill, and Kings Landing Restaurant.
These Kingsville restaurants will put together a 3 course prix fixe menu which will be offered to customers in addition to their regular menu from April 28th to May 4th. Lunch menus cost about $20 and $25-$40 for dinner.
Each restaurant will offer an EPIC wine pairing with one or all courses on the menu for an additional fee.
The weekend before the event Mettawas Station showcased a mouth watering photo of the Lake Erie Perch Tacos with fennel and radicchio slaw. This is one of just many mouth-watering items available to diners at King EPIC Feast 2014 (Kingsville restaurant week).
Note: Be sure to check restaurant hours of operation before going because some of them are closed on Mondays. In addition it is a good idea to make reservations ahead of time to ensure you get a table.