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Colette Grand Café is refreshing in both its take on French cuisine and elegant casual dining. It’s an upscale Parisian-inspired eatery, but with the warmth and comfort of a casual bistro. Tucked into the Thompson Hotel, in the heart of Toronto’s Central King West District, Colette is a vision of bright rooms that are a pleasant departure from the city’s grid of underlit restaurants. And its modern approach to traditional French dining is a welcome change from the cuisine’s stuffy reputation. With Michael Steh overseeing as executive chef, and backed by the Chase Hospitality Group, Colette is a celebration of the modern French culinary experience.

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Best Restaurants for Thanksgiving in Toronto

Best Restaurants for Thanksgiving in Toronto

The beautiful backdrop of Colette Grand Café’s décor and their Thanksgiving Harvest Brunch Buffet on Sunday, October 12th (10am – 5pm) will make this a Thanksgiving you won’t soon forget. There will many different stations to select from – carving, salad, fresh fruit, pastries – along with Thanksgiving turkey, stuffing and other holiday favourites.

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Restaurants serving Easter brunch in Toronto: 2016 edition

Restaurants serving Easter brunch in Toronto: 2016 edition

Swiftly becoming a Toronto go-to for anything special occasion, Colette Grand Café will be hosting a festive Easter brunch buffet on Easter Sunday. The airy Parisian bistro in the Thompson Hotel pulls out all the stops for their weekend brunch spreads, complete with a carvery, seafood raw bar, pastries, quiches and salad, and all the breakfast classics. Missed getting a reservation? They’ll be open on Easter Monday as well, and serving their standard menu.

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10 Toronto kitchens led by women

10 Toronto kitchens led by women

Ladies rule the kitchen of this King West bistro and patisserie, among the most awe-inspiring spaces in the city, no less. Pastry chef Leslie Steh keeps it oh-so-classy with such delights as petits fours, macarons and tarts, baked in-house daily. Chef de cuisine Amira Becarevic and sous chefs Felicia DeRose and Jane Macdonald can be found rendering the café’s gorgeous weekday lunch and weekend brunch buffets, as well as sit-down lunch and dinner dishes like escargot, tartare, duck confit, and lobster thermidor.

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