SkipTheDishes Creates Ultimate Guide to Enjoy National Eat Outside Day

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It's National Eat Outside Day on August 31 and SkipTheDishes, one of Canada's leading food delivery services has launched the first-ever National Eat Outside Day Guide. It's full of curated picks on where to eat, what to eat, and how to eat outside, across Canada 

The guide features top selections from notable Canadians, including Tyrone Edwards, Megan and Nicole McNamara, Liz Tran, and Jennifer Weatherhead, who highlight their favourite restaurants on the Skip network, and how to pair them with the most beautiful outdoor eating spots, from coast to coast. Many local favourites like Montreal's Schwartz's Deli and Toronto's Patois are featured in the guide as must-try spots this summer.

Canadians are encouraged to discover how they can elevate their outdoor eating experience by visiting this exclusive guide online. It also features a music playlist curated by Nunavut's the Jerry Cans, and expert design tips from Toronto's Candice Kaye, who created a one-of-a-kind picnic blanket for this campaign. These ambassadors worked alongside Skip's restaurant partners across the country to identify the best spots for you to check out.

Want to showcase your own fave spots to eat outside? You can by using the hashtag #EatOutsideWithSkip in your post. There's also a contest ― enter for a chance to win an exclusive Skip picnic blanket designed by Candice Kaye by visiting the landing page.

Find out more and access the SkipTheDishes' National Eat Outside Day Guide at https://community.skipthedishes.com/eatoutsideday.

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