Called Toronto's 'Literary Bistro' for its readings and sponsorship of the Festival literature prize, this bar ... More
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Called Toronto's 'Literary Bistro' for its readings and sponsorship of the Festival literature prize, this bar brings a taste of Paris to downtown Toronto. It also serves as a venue for the annual International Jazz Fest. The culinary side of the equation is not forgotten, however. The bistro features exquisite cuisine and a wine list with more than 550 selections that has won the 'Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence'. Chef Paul Biggs offers classical French cuisine with dishes such as a Tarte Niçoise with Goat Cheese appetizer and a crispy Confit de Canard main course.
Anyone looking for quality French dining in the Yorkville area should check out this quaint locale, which serves up traditional
fare with roots firmly planted in Normandy. In existence for more than 25 years, the restaurant offers a charming ...
An import from Montreal, this self serve franchise has taken health food conscious Toronto by storm. The food is sold
by weight (mostly per 100 grams) and the cafe is a haven for people with food allergies or convictions ...
Located around the corner from the now derelict Maple Leaf Gardens, Hoops Sports Bar & Grill was hit hard when
the Maple Leafs moved on down to the Air Canada Centre . The bar has re invented itself as ...