Eat & Drink


Toronto's culinary scene is one of the best in the country. Choose from upscale gourmet to home-cooked comfort foods from nearly everywhere in the world.
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The original masters of fusing Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine, Mideastro offers Yorkville diners a chance to experience all the flavours of the region. Impress your amore with an entirely unique dining experience that is refined, experimental, and undeniably delicious.

Micheal’s on Simcoe

Located in the heart of the Financial District and just steps away from shopping, King West, and the theatres, Michael’s on Simcoe is the ultimate in refined dining. Enjoy sumptuous steak and Italian-inspired fare in a space that exudes urban chic. Fear not about finding parking either as Michael’s has a fabulous valet service.

L’Unita Enoteca

The term “best pizza in Toronto” gets thrown around quite often but L’Unita Enoteca on Avenue Road definitely would be a top contender. This hotspot serves a delicious thin-crust ‘za exactly like how Nonna used to make. Be sure to check them out on Tuesdays for half priced wine from their 300+ selection.

Suggestions for Families

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Lisbon by Night

If you have been upping your fish in-take for Easter, Lisbon by Night on Dundas Street West will be exactly where you and your family should be eating. Not only will they be open for Good Friday and Easter Monday but this authentic Portuguese gem cooks up a delicious “rodizio” fish exactly like how they used to in the old country.


Nestled right in the heart of downtown Toronto on Bathurst Street, Cheesewerks is all about the cheese. Everybody in your party will love their ooey-gooey delights such as the mac ‘n cheese, grilled cheese, or their famous fondue. Be sure to check out one of their fantastic trivia nights, it’s the perfect way to pass an evening!

Pan on the Danforth

Opa! A star on the Danforth’s constellation of Greek restaurants, Pan on the Danforth has been providing loyal customers with delicious Hellenic fare, entertainment (including live music and belly dancers), and dazzling table-side service for 10 years. Truly a Toronto institution, Pan will have everybody in your party mesmerized and totally sated.

Meals With a View

Take in a spectacular 360-degree view of the city at 360 The Restaurant, located at the top of the CN Tower. The restaurant offers an inventive, locally sourced seasonal menu and an award-winning wine cellar which has put the CN Tower in the Guinness World Records for having the world’s highest wine cellar.

The Roof Lounge at the Park Hyatt Toronto is located high atop fashionable Yorkville on the hotel’s 18th floor. It is the site of many a celeb-fueled party, especially during the Toronto International Film Festival.

High-in-the-sky: located on the 54th floor of the TD Bank Tower, Canoe (Oliver & Bonacini) is a favourite dining spot for local and visiting members of the elite.