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1008 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1K1
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Open now 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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  • $11 To $25,

Opening Hours


Cuisine type

  • Brunch,


  • Trendy,
  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Events,
  • Restaurant,
  • Bar,

Languages Spoken

  • English,

Meet the owner

Joey Skeir and his wife Cherie Stinson don’t order meals when they go out. Instead, the two native Nova Scotians and coastal foodies make eating with one another a communal event.

That’s what their Leslieville restaurant is all about, sharing and a mutual love for all things that feel like home, turned up a notch.

Being from the east coast, they wanted to go with a nautical theme for their restaurant that was “not in your face,” says Cherie, who is a professional interior designer. In fact, you may have seen her on Restaurant Makeover.

The décor is quirky coastal with a slice of city; a wall of fish taxidermy painted black is a perfect example of that. The theme also shows in the restaurant’s signature drink, a bright pink rum punch with huge ice cubes served to guests in vintage bowls with individual ladles and quaint tea cups (they’ve been collecting these dishes for months before opening their restaurant in June 2013).

“The punch is very potent and delicious,” Cherie says. It’s a good take on a social drink, especially enjoyable at social hour every Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

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    the service was aweful and the waiter was so disrespectful and rushed. The food was average and the prices through the roof. Skin and bones. Goods and provisions. Aft. The thirsty duck. Brooklyn tavern. All have it in spades over this place.

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    Treat your date to their favourite seafood dish; from oysters to clam chowder and fish tacos to ceviche, the smell of the sea is in the air. The acclaimed menu at Eastside Social is definitely ocean-oriented but also offers savoury main course salads and daily-fresh homemade pastas. Special menus on different weeknights add the element of surprise. It won’t just be dinner but an experience worth sharing.

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    From the midnight blue walls to the nautical touches, this Maritime-themed restaurant will make you feel like you’re on the Atlantic Coast rather than the shores of Lake Ontario. The food is rustic and hearty, and there are plenty of options for vegetarians. Start off with home-baked bread that’s made fresh daily and add warm, marinated olives. To follow, opt for either devilled eggs or the “chunk o' cheese” – or both, if you’re really hungry.

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    For a quick drink in the Leslieville neighbourhood, Eastside Social is a great option. The signature cocktails are always changing, but one thing that doesn’t change is the complex and balanced flavours. Eastside Social has daily specials, too.

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