I believe Aurora has some of the best restaurants and eateries in York Region!! That is why I am thrilled to announce the Town of Aurora will be partnering with the Aurora Chamber of Commerce, the Canadian Food and Wine Institute and our local restaurants to bring “Auroralicious To Go”, starting March 12th and running to the 28th.
This event will be an opportunity for residents to ‘savour the flavours of aurora’ by purchasing from a ‘prix fixe’ (fixed price) program. Based on the provincial guidelines during the timing of this event, some restaurants may offer dine-in as well as take-out.
Now more than ever, it is important to shop local and show our support for Aurora’s business community. So, give your kitchen a vacation, put away the dish soap and, if you are able to, treat your family to the savoury flavours of our local restaurants. You won’t be disappointed! #supportlocalbusiness #exploreaurora
If you are one of the many fantastic restaurants in our town and would like to participate please email and say you want in!! And for those excited about supporting our local restaurants, stay tuned, more details to follow!
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