Beginning on January 29th and running until February 11th, more than 200 of the city’s best restaurants will be offering three-course menus priced between $18 and $28 for lunch and $25 to $45 for dinner. We listed our top picks from this year’s participating restaurants. Make your reservation early before it’s too late!
America is a contemporary American cuisine restaurant located on the 31st floor of the Trump Hotel in the Financial District. The restaurant focuses on American cuisine and is headed by Chef Markus Bestif and Bill Osborne. America will be offering a three-course prix fixe for $28 at lunch and $45 at dinner.
Auberge du Pommier
Situated in a 19th century cottage, Auberge is a very formal, very upscale tribute to modern French dining. A great spot for formal occasions, and guests are advised to dress in dinner, business or smart casual attire.
Bannock serves Canadian comfort food at its finest. Serving lunch and dinner from Monday to Saturday, menu items include, sandwiches, burgers, and fresh fish.
Moderately priced fare in an elegant atmosphere is perfect for that business lunch or pre-theatre dinner rush.
Located in the flagship Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, Café Boulud, by Chef Daniel Boulud, serves a menu inspired by Chef Daniel’s family’s meals in Lyon. The kitchen boasts a gleaming rotisserie—the only one of its kind in downtown Toronto—with both vertical and horizontal spits allowing for simultaneous cooking of meat, poultry, fish and vegetables.
Canoe’s unique location high atop the TD Bank Tower affords a breathtaking view of the city. The design is clean and simple, yet absolutely stylish—a brilliant reflection of this country’s rich, raw environment.
O&B Canteen is a casual, fresh market café and bakery, as well as a “grab and go” counter located in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district in the TIFF Bell Lightbox. All of O&B Canteen’s chef-prepared offerings use fresh ingredients, from house-made sandwiches and breakfast butties to roasted half chicken and oven-baked pizzas.
Colette Grand Cafe
The cuisine, décor, and atmosphere at Colette Grand Café celebrate the essence of French style. The French are praised for their impeccable cooking techniques and refined dishes, but it is the simplicity of France’s national cuisine that put it on the world stage.
Let the aroma of this Brazillian style rodizio barbeque guide you into an escape from the ordinary. Copacabana will evoke a feeling of pleasure through smell, sound, sight and most of all taste, you may think you went to Rio.
Jump combines classic style with sleek modern eclecticism. The sky-high glass atrium, dramatic lighting elements, signature New York style bar and courtyard patio provide the perfect backdrop for their world-inspired cuisine.
La Societe offers a place in which to unwind, feeling as if you’ve stepped in off a boulevard in Paris – the rich interior features dark wood finishing, antique French furnishings, semi-circular booths, a stained glass ceiling and a fully enclosed heated garden terrace complete with topiaries.
Susur Lee’s outpost Luckee serves up traditional dishes from different regions of China. The star of the show is the twists on classic dim sum dishes where slight variations make for a surprisingly satisfying brunch food.
Take a culinary tour of Toronto’s diverse cultural neighbourhoods with Luma’s innovative menu, and enjoy hand-crafted cocktails and a robust wine list.
A Resto-Bar serving Contemporary Bistro fare with a large selection of custom crafted cocktails and spirits.
Local media don’t call Drake’s kitchen “right on the mark” for nothing. Once a railway hostel on the edge of town, the Drake Hotel has undergone several renovations over its nine years to transform into one of the sleekest joints in town.
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