Toronto, the capital of Ontario, is a major Canadian city along Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore. It’s a dynamic metropolis with a core of soaring skyscrapers, all dwarfed by the iconic, free-standing CN Tower. However, Toronto also has many green spaces, and people from nearly all nationalities sharing their daily lives and restaurants that you would fall in love with.
Located inside Toronto’s majestic castle, Casa Loma, BlueBlood Steakhouse offers a refined dining experience in an upscale environment. The one of a kind space offers a modern and edgy feel with a juxtaposition of classic heritage architecture, unique heirloom antiques and modern art pieces by Warhol, Mr Brainwash and Salvador Dali. Offering a modern twist on the classic steakhouse, the menu highlights various cuts of the finest beef from around the world and fresh seafood and an extensive international wine and spirit list.
Located in Toronto’s Soho Metropolitan Hotel, Luckee Restaurant and Bar, arguably Toronto’s top Chinese restaurant and best dim sum tea house, was inspired by Susur Lee’s travels throughout Asia, notably Guangdong, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing and Singapore. Dishes & dim sum from the culinary traditions of Guangzhou, Hunan, Shanghai & Szechuan regions, updated by Chef Susur lee‘s delectable signature.
At West Queen West, you’ll find this eclectic bar inspired by Italian cuisine. Their menu includes New York-style pizzas and homemade pasta. The brick design and pendant lights will transport you to an Italian atmosphere. This place is perfect for a romantic evening, special events, or for anyone who loves enjoying the best of the Italian Pasta.