Toronto restaurants open on Christmas Day

Dining out on December 25th is a celebratory occasion whether you celebrate Christmas or not.Toronto is filled with fab dining options - head out for Chinese, Indian and Vietnamese, for example. Or tuck into a juicy steak house dinner.Many hotel restaurants will be open, along with a selection of restaurants including the following ten establishments. Please call the restaurants directly for reservations.

Azure Restaurant & Bar

1
225 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2X3

Azure offers complimentary valet parking. Azure Restaurant & Bar is a showcase of contemporary Canadian cuisine inspired by the rich culinary tapestry that is the heart of Toronto. Located in the InterContinental Toronto Centre one of the city's leading luxury hotels located in the entertainment and financial districts. Under a canopy of glass, offering an incredible view of the Toronto cityscape, enjoy an evening of sophisticated elegance to create the consummate culinary experience. Azure has two beautiful Private Dining rooms Turquoise and Sapphire that can accommodate a wide array of functions, from intimate dining to mid-size dinner parties and standing receptions each with it own wine cabinet displaying an outstanding array of wines.

Café Boulud

2
60 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 0A4

World-renowned Chef and Restauranteur Daniel Boulud's first Toronto restaurant is located in the Four Seasons Hotel, right in the heart of the chic shopping district of Yorkville, The french menu offers both classic and modern dishes French dishes with global influences throughout. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch are available in a chic, cozy comfortable, elevated setting and various seating areas.

Caplansky's Deli & Catering

3
356 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1S6

Four generations of Zane Caplansky's family have served Jewish comfort food to the people of Toronto.

Curry Twist Restaurant

4
3034 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1Z3

Curry Twist specializes in Northern Indian and Moghlai cuisine. An extensive variety of spices are used to prepare authentic gourmet dishes, which are the key elements of the restaurant's uniqueness.

Drake Hotel

5
1150 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J3

Eating at the Drake — a West Queen West boutique hotel that embraces art and culture with its every breath — actually takes place across several distinct spaces. The Drake Lounge is a hotbed of energetic consumption — not only of food, but of art (the walls are an ever-changing gallery), and events like trivia tournaments and oyster-shucking shows. The corner Café is a respite for busy urbanites who can appreciate the sublime simplicity of a blueberry scone and a cup of dark roast. And the Sky Yard is an all-season rooftop patio that has its own satellite cocktail bar. Across the board, the homespun menus change with the seasons, but the emphasis is always on making dining fun.

EPIC Restaurant

6
100 Front W, Toronto, ON M5J 1E3

Indian Grill

7
108 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z4

Located on the happening Ossington strip, Indian Grill serves up authentic homemade Indian food. Indian Grill is available for take out, dine in and delivery.

The Omni King Edward Hotel

8
37 King St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1E9

Vaticano Italian Restaurant

9
25 Bellair St, Toronto, ON M5R 3L3

This elegant Yorkville original is home to true Italian cuisine made from the fresh ingredients.

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