- LLauren1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoThis was our first time trying Legacy. We sat on the patio and loved the ambience of the vehicles driving by, felt very big city. Staff were attentive, food was fresh and delicious. We will definitely be back!More infoLegacy RestaurantPrice: Very Expensive• European• Sarnia•4.8
- RSRichardSSan Francisco Bay Area •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoGreat food, great view of the river and Blue Water bridge. I got a window seat as requested. Loved everything.More infoFreighters Eatery & TaproomPrice: Moderate• American• Port Huron•4.3
- CHCarolHvipToronto / Ontario •2 reviews5.0Dined on Sep 15, 2023We come ALL the time because you have the best patio in our town but you need to do something about your menu. I am a diabetic - take a look at your menu through that lens. There used to be a salad with a champagne vinaigrette - that was a staple for me. All of your current salads on your menu (and the menu just changed but the salads unfortunately didn't - that will limit my patronage),,,,,are "heavy".... heavy/carb laden dressings and fixings (Caesar dressings, green goddess etc. ) ..at least I could order the champagne greens without the granola (originally there was no granola - yes I have been a loyal patron THAT long - whoever is reading this probably doesn't remember that). We are in a carb conscious society - you need to offer more reduced carb options (but still need protein). Your food is very good, but you need to change it up more often and keep the above in mind please.More infoMatch Eatery & Public House - Point EdwardPrice: Moderate• Contemporary American• Sarnia•4
- SSwilkToronto / Ontario •4 reviews5.0Dined on Sep 9, 2023A great vibe, good food and an overall fun place to go downtownMore infoDavis - Craft Kitchen and BarPrice: Expensive• Fusion / Eclectic• Sarnia•5
- MOMoonshineOverKYCincinnati / Dayton •2 reviews5.0Dined on Sep 3, 2023Lovely visit. Great service and food. A tad pricey. Nice atmosphere.More infoPaddy Flaherty’s - SarniaPrice: Moderate• Irish• Sarnia•4.3
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11 of Toronto’s outstanding spots for celebrating special occasions
Torontonians come from all corners of the world. So it’s only natural that the special occasion restaurants in Canada’s largest city have global sensibilities. Celebrate a relationship milestone at a hidden French countryside escape in Midtown. Take a group gathering to a lively King West karaoke spot with Sichuan-inspired plates. For an epic birthday dinner, head to a Harbourfront Italian icon that was just awarded a MICHELIN star. Queen City’s restaurants are ready to host your next anniversary, family reunion, or promotion. Read on for a list of Toronto's top 11 special occasion spots to book now.
The 12 most romantic restaurants in Toronto for every type of date
Toronto’s signature diversity infuses many aspects of its food scene, including its batch of romantic restaurants. For some couples, date night means crisp white tablecloths, fine wine, and exceptional service. Others lust after buzzy hotspots that encourage them to lean in close for intimate conversations. Fortunately, the Queen City is well-stocked with both kinds of places—and everything in between. In North York, a decades-old French landmark, known for its flower-filled patio, is sure to impress even the choosiest date. A Trinidadian chef serves up inspired Caribbean cuisine and dreamy getaway vibes at a rustic Queen West restaurant. Shareable small plates pair well with flirty banter at a beloved tapas joint in Little Italy. Whether you’re wooing a new crush or celebrating your 10th wedding anniversary, Toronto has a table for you. Read on for a guide to 12 of the city’s most romantic restaurants, poised for every type of date.
Toronto’s 6 Best New Restaurants to Try
With restaurants featuring big-name chefs, bold flavours, and jaw-dropping views, Toronto continues to earn its reputation as an exciting food town. The summer of 2022 ushered in a wave of new openings and resurrections. There are fine-dining venues serving artfully plated masterpieces, design-forward restaurants dishing out seriously high-quality fare, and casual spots serving relaxed vibes with great food. No matter what you’re craving, these must-book Toronto tables, the best of Queen City right now, offer something for diners of all stripes.
The Best Places to Grab a Drink in Toronto
Whether you prefer a cozy dive bar, a cheerful brewpub, or a swanky hotel lounge, there’s no shortage of places in Toronto to enjoy a drink. The city’s after-dark scene teems with creative mixologists, innovative drink menus, and settings that tempt you to linger. Many of Toronto’s best bars invite you to bring both your thirst and your hunger, with top-notch food menus giving you the option to stay for a meal. Read on for OpenTable’s picks of where to go for low-intervention wine—that’s vino produced with minimum interference from the winemaker—perfectly-prepared old fashioneds, or locally brewed ales in Toronto.
The Top 12 Toronto Restaurants for Outdoor Dining
Toronto comes to life during patio season, and a long dreary winter of lockdowns makes its arrival this year feel particularly celebratory. From glamorous rooftops with bar bites to tranquil backyard settings with Asian-influenced fare, there’s an al fresco restaurant for every mood and craving. Read on to discover some of the top spots for outdoor dining in Toronto.
The 18 Greatest Restaurants Around Toronto
Toronto’s distinctive neighbourhoods and multicultural history make the city one of the most exciting places to eat in the country. Many of the city’s greatest restaurants merge Canadian food traditions with those from other parts of the world, showcasing what happens when the country’s ingredients meet those from Korea, China, Pakistan, and beyond. And when the past several years pushed the city’s entire hospitality industry to the brink, restaurants in The 6 rose to the occasion, keeping Torontonians fed and their pantries full. There’s no better time to acknowledge and support the restaurants that have had an immeasurable influence on modern dining in Toronto: meet The Greats, the 18 restaurants that breathe life into the city.
Where to Find the Best Burgers in Toronto
Few foods are more soul-warmingly satisfying than a well-made burger. This classic handheld never goes out of style — perhaps because the best burgers strike a delicate balance between the familiar and the novel. The beef-and-bun combo is timeless and comforting, but — from fancy wagyu patties to globally influenced condiments and housemade buns — there are endless ways to dress it up and intrigue diners’ taste buds. Whether you prefer a locally sourced beef burger enjoyed in stylish surroundings or a light, alternative protein option that you can eat on the run, these 10 essential Toronto burgers satisfy every kind of craving.
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