Avelo Restaurant serves some of the city's finest plant-based cuisine in a heritage Victorian townhome on a quiet street. Our aim is to deliver an extraordinary dining experience for our guests through an exploration of plant-based cuisine. This involves plenty of creativity, geared towards the more adventurous diner.We serve a multi-course tasting menu. Each dish will be described by your server, highlighting any uncommon ingredients or techniques. An optional wine pairing is available.Prices:8-course $135/person Fri-Sat, or $115 Wed, Thu, SunOptional wine pairing, +$755-course $85/person Fri-Sat, or $70 Wed, Thu, SunOptional wine pairing, +$45We can accommodate many dietary restrictions with advance notice, including gluten-free, and of course, vegan and vegetarian.For a more casual plant-based experience, see our other concept, Bar Avelo, with a focus on cocktails and other drinks, and an a la carte food
Just a few steps from the hustle and bustle of Yonge and Bloor, Bumpkin’s has been a local landmark since 1971, serving the very best in French continental cuisine with an old world Parisian feel. The newly updated two-story Victorian house has a handsomely sophisticated interior, featuring two fireplaces and a set of crystal chandeliers, that once graced the interior of the Royal York Hotel, and beautiful pieces of art throughout the restaurant. During the spring and summer months, Bumpkins offers an outdoor dining experience on their terrace, complete with a view of Norman Jewison parkette. Distinct to the menu is a selection of masterfully conceived dishes ranging from the baked garlic butter escargot bourguignon to veal chop with mushrooms to the steamed fresh P.E.I mussels. All of the fine fair can be accompanied by a selection from the extensive cocktails and wine list.
Chef Akira Back opens his first Canadian namesake restaurant in Toronto’s Bisha Hotel. Drawing on inspiration from his Korean heritage and travels around the globe, chef Back has created a menu that blends modern Japanese cuisine with authentic Korean flavours. In addition to his signature dishes, Back has created new items unique for the Toronto location. Complemented by the sleek design with layers of gold detail and tactile finishes in carbon black, the unparalleled dining experience is a true statement of luxury.
La Pizza & La Pasta features two of the best-loved Italian dishes: Napoli-style pizza and al dente pasta. Enjoy our seasonal selection just steps away from our expert pasta chefs and dough-slinging pizzaioli (pizza makers).
LOUIX LOUIS is located on the 31st floor of The St. Regis Toronto. Follow us on social media: @LOUIXLOUIS #LOUIXLOUISA mystical and alluring place to enjoy forgotten classics and rediscover the lost charm of conversation, LOUIX LOUIS soars 31 floors above the glittering skyline atop The St. Regis Toronto. Inspired by Toronto’s heritage as one of the largest distillery districts in the world during the turn of the 19th century, the dramatic interior is designed to represent the inside of a glistening crystal whiskey glass, each sip revealing a new layer of discovery. At the heart of the restaurant is the glamorous two-story-high grand bar showcasing over 500 dark spirits – one of the largest collections in North America.View our menus at www.LOUIXLOUIS.com. Please note a credit card is required to reserve large party reservations of 6 guests and more. Open Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Bar Menu & Late Night Snacks, Weekend Brunch.
A beloved local landmark, Sassafraz has welcomed guests to enjoy its contemporary Canadian cuisine, warm hospitality, and unparalleled service for over two decades. Chef Geoff Webb's ever-evolving seasonal menu showcases our relationships with local farms and purveyors. Set in an array of Victorian rowhouses, Sassafraz has evolved through the decades to become a magical space in the heart of historic Yorkville. The iconic little house and its romantic interior make it one of the most stunning restaurants in Toronto.
An enchanting rooftop hideaway situated atop W Toronto, celebrate the end of the working day and arrival of the evening. As the sun sets, SKYLIGHT casts its spell on the city with a late-night scene that dazzles with alluring cocktails and Mediterranean-inspired raw bar and mezze. The indoor-outdoor boho oasis overlooks Toronto’s iconic Bloor Street, bringing back to life the provocative and artistic spirit of the hippie revolution in Yorkville during the 60s, where love and nonconformity are celebrated. **Please note that last call for our dinner menu is at 10:45PM**Menus: skylightrooftop.comSocial Media: @skylightrooftop
Cafe Boulud is honoring the White Truffle season from November 9 through November 25. A specially crafted 4-course tasting menu priced at $245 is available, and wine pairings are available for $110. Prices are excluding taxes and gratuity.Celebrate this festive season at Cafe Boulud with your loved ones! For detailed information please visithttps://www.fourseasons.com/toronto/landing-pages/property/festive/Join us in creating meaningful memories at Café Boulud with our Weekend Brunch. Our Chef de Cuisine Colin Henderson has prepared a selection of seasonally inspired menu items.Café Boulud is Chef Daniel Boulud’s reimagined French Brasserie located in the Four Seasons Hotel in Yorkville, Toronto. The restaurant serves a seasonally changing menu rooted in French tradition, highlighting both bistro classics and contemporary dishes inspired by Chef Daniel’s family meals in Lyon.@CafeBouludTO#CafeBouludTO
N.B. **Reservations are available within 14 days** Bar / Main BarStandard / Dining RoomCounter / Chef's Bar4169640606 | @giulietta972'18 EnRoute | Best New Restaurant #5'19 Canada's 100 Best | Best New Restaurant #1'19 Canada's 100 Best | Best Overall #9'19 Toronto Life | Best New Restaurant #3'22 Michelin Guide | TorontoChef Rob Rossi & David Minicucci, have collaborated to bring a genuine neighbourhood restaurant to Dufferin Grove.Designed by acclaimed architect Guido Costantino, a beguiling interior sets the stage for a convivial dining experience that honours traditional Italian fare while showcasing stand-out ingredients. Original brick and beam frame this warm, welcoming space where no detail is left unconsidered. Copper, Italian wool and red oxidized steel accents interplay with blonde wood and terrazzo, creating a rich, textured environment.We look forward to welcoming you soon.
Terroni Adelaide, formerly the York County Courthouse, is a multi-level heritage structure built in 1852. Just inside the doors is the Enoteca with its towering columns, a great spot for cocktails. Beyond is the main dining room, with a sunlit atrium, fireplaces on each end and private rooms all serviced by an open kitchen where our chefs prepare traditional Italian fare. In summer, the secret garden patio opens for al fresco dining in the heart of the city.Head down to the Cantina Wine Cellar where you will see the original courthouse cells now used to store our Italian wine. The second floor houses the grand Sala da Pranzo and Bar delle Carceri, named after the cells below. Il Covo degli Artisti, our third-floor space is a cosy lounge once home to The Arts and Letters Club where Canadian landscape painters “The Group of Seven” ate and drank in 1909.For information about private parties and reservations for 16+ guests please visit terroni.com to connect with our events team.