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1544 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M4G 3B6 Get directions
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American Cuisine, Take-out, Daily Specials, Restaurant With Terrace, Restaurant With Wifi Internet, Historic Venue
Owners Simon Hanlon & John 'The Bear' Anderson opened the doors to McSorley's Saloon and Grill on Bayview Avenue back in 1991, which has become a favorite spot for its local reside... more... See more text
245 Eglinton Ave E, Toronto, ON M4P 3B7 Get directions
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Restaurant, Beer Store, Canadian Cuisine, Brunch, American Cuisine, Breakfast, Restaurant With Parking, Restaurant With Party Services, Restaurant With Terrace, Wheelchair-accessible Restaurant
The Granite Brewery has been brewing fine ales and great food at the corner of Eglinton and Mt. Pleasant for 18 years. Enjoy one of their 10 hand crafted ales brewed on site along ... more... See more text
We've been to the Granite Brewery a number of times as the food is always fantastic with generous portions. In addition to the delicious food, they have a good selection of their own brews. We especially enjoyed their Ringwood, a delightful blonde. There are different atmospheres for different tastes, but at the Granite Brewery they have several to choose from. Two excellent patios, a bar, and a family restaurant area, all designed for comfort. The rear patio looks particularly amazing, but as it was raining, we'll just have to wait until next time to try it out. It should also be noted that the Granite Brewery has free parking with easy access. The Granite Brewery gets our highest recommendation and we will be back soon. Read more
96 Laird Dr, East York, ON M4G 3V3 Get directions
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American Cuisine, Take-out, Restaurant With Terrace
Olde Yorke Fish & Chips invites you to their restaurant. Come recline on their terrace under the sun. They are open nightly from Monday to Saturday and are accessible by car and pu... more... See more text
As good as anything I have had in Britian. Read more
45 Wicksteed Ave, Toronto, ON M4G 4H9 Get directions
Laird and Wicksteed, American Cuisine
Come taste a yummy creation at Sunset Grill. Explore a menu offering a brunch menu and a breakfast menu and can get there by car and public transit. They are situated in a surround... more... See more text

1.1 km

96 Laird Dr, East York, ON M4G 3V3 Get directions
American Cuisine
The Olde Yorke Fish & Chips, a Leaside neighbourhood staple was established and opened on our daughters' 21st birthdays, March 16th 1997. My wife and I have been in the fish & chip... more... See more text
2537 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4P 2H9 Get directions
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Caterers, Caterers, Canadian Cuisine, American Cuisine, Wheelchair-accessible Restaurant
Mark McEwan and North 44 are proud to launch the next generation of personalized catering. Whatever you want we can do. Whether the gathering be small or large, intimate or casual,... more... See more text
Reservations were made 6 weeks ago as most restaurants are fully booked near Valentine's Day. However, North 44 was 1/2 filled. Our coats were quickly taken, we were quickly escorted to our table which had wide comfortable upholstered chairs. The service was very good for the exception that our server was very soft spoken and I had to ask him to repeat the specials 3 times. I guess the noise level in the restaurant didn't help much. North 44 has some nasty acoustics going on. It was soooo loud inside - people talking over each other, etc. Definitely not a place I would want to go to for a romantic dinner. On to the food. Appetizers ordered were the Soup of the day, Lobster Bisque with 'blah..blah..blah" (couldn't hear the waiter), Quebec Foie Gras with other stuff that sounded like a lot on the menu but actually looked like a stamp on the plate. $24.95 for a teeny sampling? Well, as small as the serving was, the taste was really good, as was the texture. And I don't like anything with a ducky/goosey flavour...so this dish was surprisingly quite good to me. The lobster bisque had bisque foam on the top that tasted like lobster water (yuck). The bisque was seasoned perfectly for me and had a hint of cinnamon. The slices of seared? lobster (?) inside the soup was a nice surprise. The serving size was generous... probably too generous for such a rich tasting soup. Entrees ordered were seared BC halibut in banana leaf. It arrived with a side of barely warm basmati rice. Also ordered was the braised beef short rib 'rubbed with spiced cocoa rub & served with soft polenta. The halibat was unwrapped at the table. It looked impressive enough until you looked closely and noticed the whole top of the halibut was covered in slivers of fresh ginger. The fish tasted like ginger and not much else. As if that wasn't bad enough, the halibut was overdone. Severely overdone. The basmati rice was bland and tasteless...and cold. The waiter, when informed, replaced the halibut dish with a quick cook entree of grilled Ahi Tuna - which was grilled perfectly and had good flavours, albeit, again, portion size was extremely small for $42.95. The braised beef rib dinner was what I found most disconcerting. When the plate was brought over, I thought they had brought me another appetizer. The serving was that small! I would put the meat portion at 4 oz (maybe) . It sat in the middle of a pool of creamy polenta that was as soupy as cream of wheat. But...it tasted good. I didn't detect any of the 'spiced cocoa rub' flavour in the meat, but the dish did taste good and probably would have tasted better if there was more of it and maybe a few sprigs of string beans or some kind of veg. 2 'sauteed' strips of red bell pepper does not count as veg. For dessert we ordered the Chocolate Bomb and Kashmiri Chai Brulee. Dessert was disgustingly sweet but was also well balanced with the tart fruit coulis spread across the plates. The only alcoholic beverage ordered was a Lipstick Martini or Martini Lipstick. It was okay. I don't know if my expectations were too high for this restaurant or if it's because I am a true foodie and a great cook that I expect that when I go out to eat in a restaurant the food will be better than what I can cook myself. I found only a part of that to be the case. If you can't cook good food at home and you do want good food to eat, then I would recommend North 44. But bring money. Lots of it cause their meals are not filling. If it weren't for the delicious black olive artisan bread and endless water refills, I would have gone home starving. Read more
2201 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4S 2B2 Get directions
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Steakhouse, New York Style, Fusion, Continental, Canadian Cuisine, American Cuisine, Restaurant With Bar, Reservation, Online Menu, Lunch Menu, Happy Hour, Group Reservation, Extensive Wine List, Alcohol Served
The Keg Steakhouse + Bar is the undisputed Steakhouse leader in Canada, with a presence in the United States. Founded in 1971, The Keg has a focus on high-quality steaks, and a cas... more... See more text
2383 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4P 2E7 Get directions
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Yonge + Eglinton, American Cuisine, Casual
South St. Burger invites you to their dining room. Explore a menu offering hamburgers and a fast food menu, priced at less than $10. Their atmosphere has been described as casual. ... more... See more text
2300 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4P 1E4 Get directions
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Yonge & Eglinton, American Cuisine, International, Breakfast, Restaurant With Party Services
Throughout our 40 plus years in business, The Pickle Barrel restaurant`s philosophy has remained unchanged. We offer a comfortable, fun atmosphere with quick, efficient and friendl... more... See more text
They have a nice selection of food options and prices are reasonable. Read more
2387 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4P 2E7 Get directions

1.8 km

233 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M4R 1A9 Get directions
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American Cuisine, Casual
Burger Shack has been making burgers and fries for over 30 years. Located on Eglinton Ave. across from Eglinton Park, this institution offers everything from steak on a kaiser to o... more... See more text
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