Horizons Restaurant at the CN Tower
301 Front Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 2T6Neighborhood:
Downtown/ Financial District
ContinentalPrice: CAN$31 to CAN$50
Horizons Restaurant at the CN Tower
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://cntower.ca/
- Phone: 4166013834
- Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm.
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm.
- Payment Options: AMEX,Diners Club,Discover,JCB,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Continental, Canadian
- Executive Chef: Peter George
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Beer, Cafe, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, View, Wheelchair Access
- Cross Street: John Street
- Public Transit: Your ultimate destination is Union Station. From there, the Tower is a short walk west along Front Street or Bremner Blvd. Visit www.ttc.ca for more information.
- Parking: Public Lot
- Parking Details: You will find plenty of parking all around the CN Tower. The closest lots are the south lot of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (enter off Lower Simcoe from Bremner Blvd or Lakeshore Blvd) or the ImPark lot just west of the Rogers Centre (access from Navy Wharf).
A word from Horizons Restaurant at the CN Tower
While visiting the LookOut Level at the CN Tower, visitors can dine at Horizons Restaurant with upscale bistro fare and spectacular views overlooking Lake Ontario and Toronto, 346 metres (1,136 feet) below. General Admission tickets are required to access Horizons Restaurant.Continued
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Horizons Restaurant at the CN Tower reviews from OpenTable diners
- dining in the skyvelvetskyDined on 2/13/2014Decided to dine here for winterlicious on a whim.. I was surprised about the additional $15/person lift ticket... given I figured they would have mentioned it on their website or menu beforehand if it was applicable. However, reaching Horizons cafe, the view was truly amazing. Not at all overrated. The food was great and it would have been nice if some of the lights had been dimmer so that the view would be even more spectacular without the glare in the glass but all in all, it was great value and a such neat opportunity to dine and see the city from the cn tower... something I hadn't seen in many moons!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Horizon doesn't hit the hightsOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 2/13/2014Brought my date to horizons for winterlicious and found the experience underwhelming considering the hype. Considering it was the night before St.Valentines and the last night of Winterlicious the place wasn't really that full. I had a 6:00PM reservation and had asked for a table close to the window. Having reserved a good week early, one would think they would be able to accomodate this request. STRIKE ONE. I had an early reservation and a half full dining room at the time, a window table would not have been difficult, but that was refused after I brought it up. The food was good...not any better than that. I would recommend this place for the view but the food is nothing special.Special Features:
- Horizons experienceFoodie1Dined on 2/11/2014Great first time experience. Food was great, as was the scenery and the ability to explore the CN tower as well. Overall, satisfied with the whole Winterlicious experience. Booking a reservation was made easy also via OpenTable. Thanks.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Nice sceneKamaDined on 2/8/2014Food are excellent, the portion is pretty good. Although we need to pay $15 for the lift ticket to the restaurant, the price of the meal still have fair value. Especially you can stay in CN tower after the meal.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Delicious food, interesting staff.sabs636Dined on 2/8/2014My boyfriend and I visited Horizons for the first time while Winterlicious was happening in Toronto. The food was amazing and perfectly portioned - no complaints there. Where we did have some trouble was with the slow service and some inappropriate behaviour we witnessed. It seems that our waiter had allowed one of his tables to move to a window seat and when the hostess found out, she came over and raised her voice and swore at our waiter. We found this hilarious (we're pretty easy-going people), but completely inappropriate considering she was right in front of quite a few guests.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Worst Service EverVictoriaDined on 2/8/2014We arrived at 7: 55 to be told that there were no window tables available. We decided to wait for one, only for the couple behind us to be seated at a window table because they happened to be friends with the manager on duty, Natalia. I asked one of the hostesses when their reservation was, and she responded that their reservation was 7:45--which happened to be the same time as ours. When I proceeded to ask why they received a table, she became impatient and responded that actually their reservation was 7:30 and it's based on a first come first serve basis and they could not possibly accommodate everyone's requests. We were also told the wait time would be short, that another table was finishing up dessert--it ended up being 35 minutes.
- Very welcoming and friendlyslickDined on 2/8/2014Very welcoming and friendly staff. Food was very tasty. Of course the view could not be beat.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Terrible serviceChefDined on 2/7/2014Went to horizons for winterlicious and had their dinner menu. It was my wife birthday so thought it would be a nice romantic night. The waiter didn't introduce himself, but rather just dropped off water and walked away. He didn't even come and ask how our meals were and if we needed anything. The soup ordered had no taste what so ever. The beef brisket was the only good part of the meal and tasted delicious. The chocolate cake was too rich. I wouldn't recommend going here on any given night we were terribly disappointed in their service and food.Special Features:
- Winterlicious at Horizons CN TowerCareBearDined on 2/3/2014Excellent food and service as well as ambiance. Do not end the winterlicious and summerlicious programs as they are great and a wonderful opportunity for the average Ontarian to visit restaurants that would normally be at a price point too high for consideration.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- WinterliciousSaugaStarDined on 2/2/2014I find it a treat to go to the CN Tower. So many Torontonions take this "wonder" for granted. It's a spectacular view! Going for Winterlicous makes it more cost-effective, but $15/each to take the elevator eliminates some of the savings.Special Features:
- Good food, meh servicecaetDined on 2/2/2014Food was really good, considering we went for winterlicious and it was busy. Portions were generous, the view was amazing, beautiful view of the lake and part of downtown. Service was not that great. Food came late, we were sitting there waiting for our plates to be cleared. We waited at least 20 minutes for someone to take our order, and no one got us water. The waiter never refilled our water glasses, and even threw the napkin down on the table once. Barely talked or smiled, just dumped the food and left. I know it's winterlicious, but c'mon, at least pretend you're trying. They gave me the wrong order, so I sat there awkwardly for about 5 min while my date's food got cold waiting for me.Special Features:
- Wonderful Night & Experience!ThatNorthernGirlDined on 2/1/2014Went as part of a group of 6 during Winterlicious. The food was really good, and the service was also great. It's more than just going out for a meal, it's an experience, and an activity. After dinner, we went and played on the glass floor for a while. It really was a great night and great way to spend time with friends. Who knew being 'tourists" in your own city could be so much fun!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- SlowNiceViewDined on 1/31/2014Service was a bit slow and the restaurant wasn't busy. The salad was horrible it my main and dessert wee great.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.