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  • Trendy,

Products and Services

  • Room Services,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
Location
37 King St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1E9
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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Rates:

  • $26 To $60,

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Reel Business Lunch: Where Suits films in Toronto

Reel Business Lunch: Where Suits films in Toronto

And so they meet again (in Season 3, Episode 4), at the suave Consort Bar. Harvey sneaks up on Ava after Mike fools a Wall Street journalist from meeting her. This bar is located in the Omni King Edward Hotel on Yonge and King. It mimics an upper class British gentleman’s club with its brown and orange interior, patterned wallpaper, carpets and couches. With just a short stroll from King Station, this spot is easily accessible for a lunch meeting downtown. Enjoy simple, yet satisfying meals like grilled shrimp, soups, salads, club sandwiches, and other bites, big and small.

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The best hotel restaurants in Toronto

The in-house bar at the iconic King Edward Hotel makes it feel as though you’ve been transported back in time to a 19th century gentleman’s club. Take a seat inside the elegant living room and enjoy sharing plates and classic cocktails while soaking up the old world ambiance.

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Sip a glass of wine in Toronto's Financial District

Sip a glass of wine in Toronto's Financial District

While the ambiance is reminiscent of an English members-only club, the wine list at Consort Bar is not stuffy at all. There are vintages sold by the glass from Ontario, British Columbia, Europe and a wide array of New World producers. You'll notice the menu lists wines according to taste preferences, starting with sweeter varietals through drier options – which should help prevent novices from mixing up chardonnay and Chablis.

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