While it still serves as a rooming house and lays claim to being the oldest hotel in Toronto (founded in 1833), this establishment in the trendy Queen ... More
Black Bull Hotel And Tavern
While it still serves as a rooming house and lays claim to being the oldest hotel in Toronto (founded in 1833), this establishment in the trendy Queen Street West area is best known today for its ground-floor tavern and gigantic 180-seat summertime patio. You'll find leather-clad bikers sipping beer next to tourists and the local business crowd taking a lunchtime break. The food, though simple, American-pub style with lots of burgers, chicken wings and steaks, is well-done with large portions and won't empty your wallet.
This upscale yet friendly restaurant, set in a Victorian style house east of Yonge, has been offering Szechuan and Cantonese
dishes for close to 20 years. Traditional red and gold ideograms hang on an exposed brick wall of sandstone, ...
After a day of discovery at the Royal Ontario Museum, Queen's Park and the Annex area, take a walk around
the block to this popular Park Hyatt Hotel steakhouse that combines the comfortable with the classy. Surrounded by dark ...
Don't look too surprised if you run into a Hollywood celebrity while dining in this charming bistro just off Queen's
Park in downtown Toronto. It helps when your restaurant is the designated hot spot for the Toronto International Film ...
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