Stay in the loop at The Wine Bar. Formerly known as the Jamie Kennedy Wine Bar, this neighborhood watering hole serves wine and small plate items made using seasonal, organic ingredients sourced from local farms. Visit for lunch and indulge yourself in tasty treats like spiced smoked briskets and lamb meatballs. Complement it with a glass of wine. The Wine Bar makes a nice spot for a romantic date. It is also a good pick for hanging out with friends after hours and catching up on the local scene. The Wine Bar is open Mondays to Saturday and closed on Sundays.
Overall a decent spot, but my plate's content was different from menu description. The menu said salmon was coming with quinoa but it was couscous instead and the waiter did not say a word. Rather annoying
a terrific experience - the food was exception and the wine pairing perfect. will definitely return
Won't go back. Small portions, high prices and service with a bit of an edge. Too bad! It's an attractive room and a great location.
The food was good and the service was outstanding but the wine list was limited, there few a few bottles in the $60 range and a ton in the $200 range but nothing inbetween.
Not sure why the place is called "Wine" bar. There was no wine steward to talk us through the selections, no wine flights, wine pairings or tasting menus.
No need for a reservation - only 3 tables occupied at 8pm, never did get busy. Felt more like a "tourist" spot.
A little pricey for the amount of food- no vegetables with the main course, otherwise great food! Wine choices lovely! Had to call waiter to remind about a few requests.
Took 20 minutes just to get the waiter to give us a wine list, sent three separate dishes back because they were cold and we were never offered dessert at the end of the meal. We told the waiter that we would never return and left him a ZERO tip! We went down the street to Jack Astors, had more drinks, a fabulous dressert and left the waiter a $60 tip! I will never return to The Wine Bar again.
Looks like an ordinary hole in the wall neighborhood place but once inside......
Very cool, modern and comfortable. The service is excellent. The food is an experience. Recommend ordering several dishes to share.
The wines are new and different and very good. Not your everyday wine list.
They are very accommodating for food allergies.
The location is great, the look and feel is great.
The drinks were nice, the wine list for glasses is poor and expensive.
My wife and the gnocchi - salty as heck, they offered a free dessert for that, good gesture.
My steak - well - it was ok - nothing great, nothing bad, I could make the same at home.
Too many other great options in Toronto - I would not go back.
I went here before a concert at the Sony Centre. The service was great and the food was good too!
The mussels were some of the best I have ever had. Duck sliders were sliders nothing special there. Steak was great, lobster pretty good and dessert was great