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18 King St. E



Braised Restaurant & Bar
896 Queen Street East

Braised Restaurant & Bar settles into Leslieville in the east end. The focus is on modern comfort food, using local and seasonal products. "Raised and braised" dishes are available for lunch, dinner and brunch on weekends.


499 Church St.416.922.3859

Byzantium...screening the best post-show martinis and food in the village.




East Thirty-Six
36 Wellington St. E

The restaurant and bar concept at East Thirty-Six focuses on house-made ingredients for craft cocktails and a gourmet menu of shareable dishes. Co-owner and mixologist Julien Salomone brings a wealth of experience to the beverage program; infusing syrups, tinctures and liquors in-house to heighten the stunning array of cocktails. The kitchen, run by Chef Brent Maxwell, prepares beautiful and affordable share plates – perfect for a casual after-work dinner or a carefully curated dining experience.  







Lolita's Lust Restaurant & Bar
513 Danforth Avenue

Lolita's Lust is one of the trendiest restaurants in Toronto. Recently rated excellent by Zagat (2006), Lolita's continues to be the place to enjoy award-winning eclectic Mediterranean cuisine and signature martinis. Lolita's Lust is a perfect location for hosting any event. The restaurant has two private dining areas as well as a private martini lounge (Chinchilla Lounge) that can accommodate groups of 10 to 100.



os Colibris
220 King St. W

Los Colibrís, meaning “the hummingbirds”, is Toronto’s first up market Mexican restaurant featuring exceptional hospitality, white linen service, and authentic world class Mexican cuisine by Executive Chef Elia Herrera. The grand and polished space seats 150 guests and features two private dining rooms that seat 12 and 50 respectively. It's beautiful bar and lounge area is ideal for a unique cocktail event. Dine and be delighted.


350 King St. W

Luma is a contemporary restaurant that pays homage to Toronto’s rich, multicultural landscape. Globally inspired and locally sourced, Chef Michael Wilson’s menu showcases fresh, artisanal dishes, which feature the finest regional ingredients and reflect Toronto’s diversity. Warm and inviting, the dining room and bar are designed with rich woods, leather and stone, and the cozy lounge is filled with plush sofas and eye-catching artwork. Luma’s second floor location in the TIFF Bell Lightbox and its floor-to-ceiling windows offer outstanding views of King Street West and the downtown action. The restaurant is open for lunch on weekdays and dinner from Monday to Saturday. Weekdays from 4pm-8pm, the Luma bar presents Magic Hour, featuring $5 Martinis and Manhattans.   



Parlor Foods & Co.
333 King St. W

At Parlor Foods it's all about bringing back the joy of dining. Based on the ideals of a wood burning Parlor stove, and the gathering of family, friends and loved ones . At Parlor Foods & Co. you will receive fine dining level of service in a casual down to earth atmosphere. Serving up an ever changing ingredient driven Canadian menu with a focus on sharing plates, along side our hand picked 100% VQA Wine list, Toronto craft micro brews, and an exciting cocktail menu showcasing small batch distilleries. 





Thoroughbred Food & Drink
304 Richmond St. W

Thoroughbred Food & Drink offers life's simple pleasures. As a contemporary Canadian restaurant, we celebrate the diversity of our country and honour the flavours of our youth. It's about reconnecting with old friends and meeting new ones. We'll see you soon.