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Luxury downtown hotel creates summer package for food lovers

TORONTO, ON – July 4thFrom peameal bacon sandwiches to butter tarts, maple syrup to ice wine, there’s no shortage of uniquely Canadian foods in Toronto.  But, a new package at The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto takes guests Off the Eaten Track to explore the city’s eclectic food scene with a series of customized culinary tours.

In addition to luxury accommodations in a Deluxe guest room, valet parking and breakfast, the new Off the Eaten Track package includes two afternoon Taste the Town culinary tours with Culinary Adventure Co.

During these personally guided tours, guests will explore one of the city’s authentic neighbourhoods such as Koreatown + The Annex, Chinatown, Kensington or St. Lawrence markets, the Danforth, or Corktown + Canary District.  Designed as a cultural walking and eating tour, guests will enjoy local history and be introduced to the unique shops, restaurants and individuals that make Toronto so delicious.

And, with the hotel’s central location and proximity to iconic landmarks and attractions, exploring Canada’s Downtown is easy.   Whether it’s cheering on the hometown Blue Jays, seeing the city from new heights at the CN Tower, listening to an outdoor concert under the stars, or taking in one of the many festivals and cultural events, Toronto has something for everyone this summer.

The Off the Eaten Track package starts from $799 CDN ($589 US).  For more information, visit  or call 416-585-2500.