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About Arriba Restaurant
Arriba delivers a dynamic high-energy atmosphere combined with incredible views into the Rogers Centre. The restaurant and lounge are multi purpose spaces with a contemporary look, and are perfect for a meal with friends while watching the game or to gather for drinks.
Executive Chef Nicholas Muehlen lets the freshest foods of the season inspire his menus and showcases the best of Ontario's growers. Familiar dishes combine global flavours with local ingredients. Professional service combined with an innovative menu and imaginative cocktails provide a truly memorable dining experience in the restaurant or lounge.
Marriott Renaissance - Toronto Downtown
Toronto, ON M5V 1J4
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:00am; Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 6:30am - 12:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 2:00pm, Saturday & Sunday: 12:00pm - 2:00pm; Dinner: Nightly: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
La Terraza is Arriba’s very own private dining room that can accommodate your event for 20-70 guests. It is equipped with wireless internet and separate sound and lighting controls. The room has an LCD television that is perfect for presentations, and shares the same remarkable view of the stadium as the restaurant.
The Hotel offers a Valet parking service, all other options are public parking within a five minute walking distance.
Nearest subway is Union and St.Andrews
Private Party Facilities:
Located in the Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel, Arriba Restaurant is just steps away from the Entertainment District. Situated in the Rogers Centre the restaurant and private dining room feature floor to ceiling windows overlooking the field for fantastic views of stadium events.
Private Party Contact:
Events Coordinator: (877) 625-4156
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Arriba Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
We were disappointed on a number of points, mainly concerning professionalism. When we arrived, there was no one at reception to seat us for awhile. The service was slow although the restaurant had not yet filled up. The wine I ordered had gone sour and had to be sent back. At this point, one would think a complimentary glass would be in order. Although I had already selected a different label, the waitress seemed to push another of the same or some wine of THEIR choosing. The check took awhile to get and then their machine was broken: the waitress pressed us for cash or debit. We waited nearly half an hour! A classier solution would have been to say it was on the house. That would at least have earned them repeat customers.
First time to Arriba.
Had lunch there with a friend - ordered a deluxe burger and black tiger shrimps/linguini.
Pleasantly surprise with the quality of food - delicious and served piping hot!!
Loved the "brownie" dessert.
Our waiter, Carlton, was very attentive and friendly.
Definitely rate another visit.
We had an online voucher for "any 2 appetizers up to $15 each, plus any two main courses up to $34 each, plus one dessert; meal not to exceed $107 before taxes" yet their menu had items mostly under $20 with a less-than-generic selection (burgers, pasta, salad, etc). left us feeling ripped off a bit...
There is a great view inside the SkyDome, so it's great to watch a game. There was a tournament at the time and it was so much fun to watch. The waitress made all the efforts in the world to help us decide what to order, taking polls amongst her colleagues. Her recommendations hit the spot. Every part of the three-course meal was delectable on its own. A true gem hidden inside a hotel.
Loved the casual feel of the restaurant. We had seats overlooking the Roger's Center fields and were able to watch a team's practice. The service was outstanding. Our waitress was attentive and so easy to get a hold of. The food was delicious. I had the crab cakes, nice and crispy on the outside and soft inside. It was also nicely seasoned. The rainbow trout was cooked perfectly. The chocolate bread pudding with caramel sauce was an excellent finishing touch to the meal as it was warm and gooey on the inside with a nice outer crust.
This was our first visit to Arriba. The ambience was poor - like a cafeteria. Fortunately we got the only decent table as we were the first ones there at around 5:00pm - and the only people there for a good half hour or so! Our server - Eric - was great. The appetizers and drinks were excellent. The main courses (we had steak, fish and pasta) were OK. Yhe sauce for the pasta was very salty. The bread pudding (dessert) was good. We had a gift card for a romantic dinner for two and when we called to reserve were misled into thinking we could order our meal off the regular menu. As a result I bought a second gift card so our kids could join us. High prices, poor ambiance. If I want to spend $65+ per person I'd take my family elsewhere.
We came on a Monday night and it wasn't that lively. I'm sure it would have been more exciting if a game were on at Roger's Centre. My main gripe with this place was that the food was overcooked. Everything we ordered was slightly burnt. I don't think I would go there again.
The food was hit or miss-- my friend loved her calamari and then the shrimp pasta (she subbed a tomato sauce for the cream sauce). I thought my scallop app was mediocre, and the "thai curry" seemed like frozen veggies in a jarred brown sauce-- not what I was expecting.
The view of the Rogers center is the main feature here, so if you want to watch an event, book early to get a good seat, and stick with basic stuff like burgers and fries.
Liked it, food was very nice, the decor was more casual that the website depicted.The menu went from yummy handmade burgers and fries to some finer dining items. All were tasty according to our group, except the mussel app lacked some layers of flavour.The salads and desserts were fantastic too. Nice wine list.
Arriba is our favourite place to go to before a Blue Jays game. The view of Rogers Centre is excellent & you can watch batting practice before the game. The wine list is excellent & the food is very tasty. My favourite dishes are the seafood linguine & the Musels. Service is very friendly & efficient.
Restaurant overlooks the ball field in Toronto's Rogers Stadium.
We didn't see a game but what a great way to do so. Food was good. Brie entree with peach, 2 Snapper fish dishes and 1 salmon. All tasty and well presented. Service smart and friendly. Try and book in advance for a game day.
We had no idea that this restaurant was connected to the Toronto Blue Jay's ball field. It would have been interesting to watch a game from the table we had, however on the night we were there the restaurant was very slow, and all that was going on in the stadium were advertisement changes. The server was courteous, and entertained our random questions. The food was good and well priced.
We loved our experience. We didn't realize it was season ticket holders appreciation night at the Rogers Centre when we went to the Jays game, so when we went for dinner after the game, we were pleasantly surprised to see all the players come back onto the field where we could watch all the activities while we ate. It was like getting two treats for the price of one. We also loved the food--I had the Asian stir fry while my husband had the Deluxe burger. We would definitely return.
It is crazy the lounge is so small when the dinner room is empty. I watch the restaurant staff turn away large groups of wealthy business men because they wouldn't sit them in the EMPTY restaurant side for drink. You have to on that side. Thousands of $$$ in sales lost. Sad. Other than that its a awesome place for a drink and meal
We had dinner here on Tuesday before the game. We were promptly seated & given an excellent table overlooking the field. My wife had the seafood chowder which was tomato based. It was tasty. We had the asian chicken stir fry & seafood linguini. Both dishes were excellent. The restaurant has a great wine wine list. We also enjoyed friendly & efficient service from Jennifer. This place is a hidden gem & you can watch the game from the restaurant if you don't have tickets.
Restaurant staff seemed totally unprepared for our arrival at 5 pm. Told us wait staff wouldn't be in for another 15 minutes. We had to ask for the summerlicious menu specifically and actually told other diners to ask for it. Food was OK, not great. We were unaware that it was a casual hotel /bar restaurant overlooking the Rogers skydome playing field, which was an interesting view, even though it was between events and men were laying down the astroturf.
It was a two hour dining experience. For the first hour, all we were given was the appetizer and we sat with that for a long time, not by our choosing. It was very tasty but the finished plates sat in front of us for the next half hour without anyone clearing them, which was a little off putting. When our main finally came out, it was average. I probably wouldn't go back for any other reason then being able to watch an Argos game while eating dinner. That was fun. Otherwise, nothing special.
Great way to catch the Jays game without paying for a ticket! I've sat pretty much everywhere in Rogers Centre and these seats are pretty decent (think 300 level outfield)
Food is decent. Try the chips and dip. Food comes at the pace that you want since they assume you're there to watch the game. My friend had the California burger and I had the bison burger. Both were okay.
All the food prices come at a premium (since you get a game out of it)
so the burgers and fries are about $15-17 and beers go for about $9 a pint.
Overall, the bill for 2 was $60 - if you're there to watch the game its a great deal. Assume you each pay $20 for outfield seats and eat get a beer, that's $60 right there.
We had a meal and enjoyed the game!
dining experience overall was 5. to start, the waiters didn't even offer the summerlicious menu -we had to double check if the restaurant actually joined-. there was not even enough summerlicious menu for 6 people. they only gave us 2 menus since the staff we're loking for extra menu's. really?! all the selections in the menu were salty. waiters we're sloooooow and unattentive. price should have been $20 instead of $25 for overall experience.
Arriba restaurant has a casual atmosphere, but a not-so-casual dining experience. It overlooks the Rogers Center field, where we were able to watch the BLue Jays and the Yankees warm up before their game.
The food itself was remarkably tasty. It is freeing to have a casual dress code at a restaurant like this, so you can proceed to or from the baseball game! The staff are quite friendly, and the seats are comfortable.
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