There’s nothing quite like celebrating a special moment, milestone, or event in your life than at a beloved restaurant surrounded by the ones you love. That’s not always possible right now, but eating restaurant food is still the optimal way to mark a special moment, whether that’s at the restaurant or in your living room.
While indoor dining remains closed in Toronto, outdoor dining and takeout are still ideal options for more low-key celebrations. Read on to book a reservation at some of Toronto’s top special occasion restaurants, with info on outdoor dining and takeout — and dine-in for when that returns.
|Restaurants:||Bardi's Steakhouse, Auberge du Pommier, Baro…|
|Price Range:||$$ - $$$$|
|Cuisines:||Steakhouse, French, Latin American…|
|Neighborhoods:||Downtown / Financial District, Midtown / Uptown, King West…|
Despite being situated steps away from the bustling Union Station and the famed Fairmont Royal York hotel, this steakhouse remains a special and secretive gem for those who are seeking more dining pri...
This lush and quaint haven was once a pair of woodcutter’s cottages dating back to the 1860s. Today, the upscale French restaurant remains a hidden paradise tucked away in an otherwise nondescript cor...
The flavors of South America — everywhere from Colombia to Argentina — are on display at this fiesta of a restaurant that spans four floors.
Bymark may have a “suit spot” reputation, and, yes, many corporate Bay Streeters have dined here — but don’t let its finance-world reputation deter you from booking a celebratory meal here.
Be romanced by Toronto’s skyline as you dine at this fine outpost that’s situated on the 54th floor of the TD tower in the downtown core that has established itself as the city’s must for special occa...
Conceived by award-winning chef Akira Back, this sprawling space’s decor evokes the street chic vibes of a Chinatown speakeasy.
Aptly translated to “luxurious meeting place,” Lai Wah Heen has been a stalwart in Toronto’s culinary scene since it first opened its doors in 1995. People still come here for the opulent dining exper...
Celebrity chef Susur Lee helms this restaurant that has called the King West area home for over a decade.
This restaurant is unabashedly luxe with its gilded accents, 60-foot whisky-swirled ceiling mural, soaring cocktail wall, and pristine marble bar.
This outpost dances with Spanish eclecticism, focused on food from the Iberian Peninsula.