Make the most of Toronto nightlife when you stay at Town Inn Suites and be sure to visit one of the most highly-regarded Toronto nightclubs, lounges and bars. Our central location in downtown Toronto is not only close to Yorkville and just steps away from transportation at Bloor and Yonge, allowing guests to have easy access to the very businesses that make this city a center for entertainment.
Home to some of the most sought-after hot spots, Toronto offers an ideal setting for a night out on the town or a quick drink with colleagues after a business meeting.
Whether you’re visiting the University of Toronto going downtown to dance at one of many Toronto nightclubs or are seeking a more casual night out with the family, nothing is out of reach when you stay at Town Inn Suites. After spending a night among the socialites of Toronto, retreat to our comfortable guest rooms for a good night’s rest.
I’m literally sitting there âthere’s three stools and in fall, for some reason, there’s usually a seat available and I stay to people watch-and I can’t speak. It kind of sounds like this: âArrrghghghgMmmmmmNoommmmmm.â Like, OMG, it’s SO GOOD. I’ve brought a few visitors from out of town and have made them converts.
The crackling pig parts crunching in your mouth or the option of that sweet, sweet truffle oil on your prosciutto wrapped porchetta? It’s over. It’s so over. And their daily soup is not to miss. Including the truffle mushroom soup, if you’re lucky to get it.
These guys know how much I love it. And as with the Hoof and Campagnolo, it’s all on Dundas West just past Bathurst. Pizzeria Libretto and Enoteca Sociale. This is a two-fer because both establishments are owned by Rocco Agostino, who is one of the nicest guys (I actually haven’t met him yet!).
This guy owns two restaurants, is a dad AND manages to keep up with his customers on Twitter. Many covet Libretto’s pizza as the best in Toronto and it’s no wonder. Thin crusts, fresh ingredients, and authenticity (DOP what?) make this a great pie. Their duck confit and pear is a unique combination with both sweet and salty flavours and their margharita and prosciutto pizzas are classics.
The budino is one of my favourite desserts in the city. If you want to know the meaning of food-gasm, this is it. I’m super pumped for their Danforth location (I love you Ossington but you are way too freaking far). As for Enoteca Sociale, this is their wine bar serving traditional Roman dishes.
It really does show in the food.
They’ve transformed me into an arancini addict (their version is SO good) and their cabonara (though they’ve changed the noodle) is one of the best I’ve ever had. Oh, and the atmosphere is so inviting here. The staff really know what they’re talking about. Really passionate and down to earth staff. It really does show in the food. Me with Eno’s arancini already half done.
This was the night of the big fog last year and it was one of my most memorable meals. Lolita’s Lust. Not a lot of people get down to the east end, especially tourists. I happen to live in the area, so this is my east end pick and I encourage tourists to come to other parts of the city (it’s really not that far).
Though LL is in the heart of Greektown, it’s not a Greek restaurant (though it has a Greek flavour to it). The one dish I always get here is their clamari. It is grilled and is topped with pesto sauce and kalamata olives. It’s one of the best things I’ve had.
EVER. If I’m having a particularly craptacular day, this dish makes it all go away, emotional eating aside. This a great place for a date and has a solid cocktail list with an ambient vibe. Runner up contender on the Danforth for Greek food is Mezes.
Origin.Latin American and Asian influenced tapas. In short, there’s four different streams of tapas menus you can get with a variety of options under each menu. I feel like I need to go here again to give a full report but ate heartily the first time.
- Duke of Devon
- Hole in the Wall
- York St., 416-366-1717, seven minutes
- What type of education and experience do you have in kitchen design and/or bathroom design
- Wellington Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 3P9
- Mile Ritz-Carlton Hotel
- Alexander: 19 Church Street, 416-364-8368
It’s not cheap. If you are doing a business dinner, this should be on the list! But also great for a date (OMG, if you’re taking me here on a date, I’m impressed).
Cravings: black miso cod; buratta with eggplant; perfectly cooked scallops; tuna hand roll (though quite pricey); But the one thing you can’t leave the restaurant without getting: thedulce de lechesponge soaked cake with crispy rice balls on top. If you are a sweet fan of any kind, you will have the most food-gasmic dessert experiene of your life.