Toronto restaurants open on Christmas Eve

​If you're looking for options for Christmas Eve meals, there are some great ones this year:Check out our Holiday Guide, get your holiday meal to go, and visit these restaurants open on December 24th.Please note that hours will vary so contact each restaurant directly.

Azure Restaurant & Bar

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.


188 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5H 0A3

Café Boulud

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.


2901 Bayview Ave, North York, ON M2K 1E6

EDO first opened at its original location in 1986 in mid-town Toronto, serving authentic Japanese cuisine. The full offering of traditional Japanese food can now be had at Bayview Village Mall.

EDO on Eglinton

484 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M5N 1A5

EDO first opened at its original location in 1986 in mid-town Toronto, serving authentic Japanese cuisine.

EDO Sushi

8500 Warden Ave, Markham, ON L6G 1A5


425 Spadina Rd, Toronto, ON M5P 2W3

EDO first opened at its original location in 1986 in mid-town Toronto, serving authentic Japanese cuisine.

El Fogon

543 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 1A3

El Fogon has been on St. Clair West for over 3 years and takes pride in bringing traditional Peruvian food to this neighbourhood. El Fogon's Peruvian cuisine favourites include Papa a la Huancaina and the Camarones en Salsa Brava. Enjoy a relaxing evening at El Fogón while the relaxing music of the Andes in the background sets the mood. The Exotic freshly blended juices, made on the spot, also add to the Tropical feel of Peru. By the way "fogón" is Spanish for cooking stove, kitchen range, or firebox but for you it will mean satisfaction guaranteed.

Hapa Izakaya

602 College St, Toronto, ON M6G 1B4

The Isobe family brought Hapa to Toronto back in September 2012. During their first year they fought through adversity and had to close for four months. They reopened late October 2013 with a new and improved restaurant and a strong motivated family that share the same goal. Voted “Top Five Izakayas In North America” by Bon Appétit Magazine, topping “Industry” and “Readers Choice” Georgia Straight awards for Best Japanese in 2012 and Best Izakaya in 2014, and “Best Casual Chain” by Vancouver Magazine from 2011-2014, Hapa continues to offer a winning combination of Japanese cuisine, fun, and culture, paired with local seasonal and Ocean Wise ™ ingredients.

Momofuku Daisho

190 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5H 0A3

After a successful debut in NYC and Sydney, superstar chef David Chang was lured to Toronto by what he says was a "perfect and unique" opportunity. It’s seen through in this financial district spectacle, where Asian fusion cooking comes to magnificent life. Gushing reviews of the place — for its food and physical space, in equal measure — are in ready supply. Daisho's open concept and floor-to-ceiling glass enclosure — adjacent to the new Shangri-La Hotel — lend it an unadorned, modern feel. Along with sister eateries Shoto and the Noodle Bar, Daisho is refreshingly unpretentious. It serves up communal-style Asian meals built on the cornerstone of large quantities of meat. The Chantecler chicken is a marvel, and the warm Thuet bread (which comes with beef and chicken jus for dipping) is a worthy companion.

The Omni King Edward Hotel

37 King Street East, Toronto, ON M5C 1E9

The Peasant Table

782, Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1H4

The new thing is Old World. Where Alps meet Adriatic Sea. Where North meets South. Where precision meets passion. Where my mom and her mom and her mom fell in love. That's where it all began. From the peasant table of the old world to your table in the new world, Welcome to the world of cooking with love.

Sneaky Dee's Ltd

431 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1T1

Sneaky Dee's is a Toronto institution, best known for the bands that played there during Toronto's last music heyday in the late 1970s. Today it continues to be a popular place for both veteran and up-and-coming acts who play in the up-stairs room. The menu has a strong Mexican flavour, plus the usual pub fare and a good selection of beers on tap.

Yutaka Japanese Cuisine

157 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5B 1E4

Yutaka Japanese Cuisine is located on Dundas West, just west of University. Open for both lunch and dinner seven days a week, Yutaka offers a variety of Japanese dishes and boasts both a sushi bar and robata(grill) bar.

On a cold, snowy Edmonton night, nothing says lovin’ like a cup of hot chocolate. It’s no surprise this drink was originally dubbed the “elixir of the gods.” Regardless of the variety you select, or whether you opt for the simplest hot chocolate on the menu, all I can say is ... don’t forget the marshmallows.
You don’t have to travel to Paris to have a true fine-dining experience; you can enjoy an upscale dinner, complete with a five-course meal and fine wine, right here at home. Victoria is a fine-dining destination with an excellent reputation – where talented chefs enjoy crafting delicious gourmet dishes from fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Paired with a nice cup of coffee or topped with a scoop of ice cream, pie is unbeatable comfort food. And yet it faces stiff competition from cupcakes as the city’s dessert of choice. Well, pie is fighting back with old fashioned deliciousness as well as new and tantalizing flavours.
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