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What You'll Get
Seasonal dishes ensure diners get ripe, flavourful fruits and vegetables in their dishes, such as summer squash, winter melon, and autumnal candy corn. Sweeten up your meal with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $39.99 for a four-course "Down to earth" prix fixe dinner for two at earth Rosedale (an $82 value)
- $39.99 for a four-course "Down to earth" prix fixe dinner for two at earth Bloor West (an $82 value)
- $75.99 for a four-course "Down to earth" prix fixe dinner for four at earth Rosedale (a $164 value)
- $75.99 for a four-course "Down to earth" prix fixe dinner for four at earth Bloor West (a $164 value)
The restaurant's "Down to earth" prix fixe menu changes seasonally. This Groupon features the new prix fixe menu and offers Groupon customers an additional course, the chef’s appetizer platter. The chef's appetizer platter features an assortment of small bites for the table, followed by a first course of soup or salad; a second fish, meat, or vegetarian course; and a third course of dessert. Click here to view a sample menu.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid until 3/26/13. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Not valid during Summerlicious. Not valid on Mother's Day or Easter. Valid only for pre fixe menu. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Restaurateur Ed Ho is turning Toronto into a city of locavores through the rustic cuisine of chef Dan Sanders and local ingredients, upholding the mantra of "Think global. Eat local." at both earth locations. Both locations take inspiration from harvests and hunts upon Ontario's bountiful land and lakes. After provincial ingredients are gathered, they are weaved into featured, seasonal dishes of fresh catches and dry-aged meats. The cuisine was called "out of this world" by Post City Magazine and earned earth a spot on Toronto Life's Top Places to Eat Now. The dishes are paired with selections from an extensive local wine list and branded earth wines, which were bottled by Cave Spring Cellars in Jordan.
Both earth locations immerse their guests in a setting that, like a fashion-forward lumberjack, is both rustic and chic. earth Bloor West decor was described by Toronto Life as a "sleek mixture of dark finishes (slate tiles) and organic elements (reclaimed barn boards), illuminated by stunning pendant lamps."