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  • Blue Blood Steakhouse

    Liberty Entertainment Group’s answer is Blue Blood, a steakhouse which includes a stunning bar and lounge (in Casa Loma's Oak Room & Smoking Lounge) and lavish dining room (in the Billiard Room).

  • Blueblood Steakhouse

    It’s a royal affair at the elite and oh-so luxurious Blueblood Steakhouse. Located inside Toronto’s lone castle on a hill, this restaurant is serving up only the most noble fare in a restaurant fit for a king. The exterior of Castle Loma is enough to get you excited for a night of wining and dining

  • Cactus Club Cafe Toronto

    Cactus Club Cafe Toronto opened its doors just over a week ago at First Canadian Place on Adelaide. Helmed by Vancouver Chef Rob Feenie of Iron Chef fame, this is the 28th location for the upscale chain, but the first east of Saskatoon.

  • No Lola, no Tony, no unsolved shooting sung about by Barry Manilow, but this Copacabana has all the good times and dancing. Copacabana Brazilian Steakhouse is still where music and passion are always in fashion. Well that, and grilled meat carved tableside. The meal begins at the galleria table where diners can help themselves to

  • David Duncan House

    This North York steak house promises an unforgettable experience that combines exceptionally prepared authentic steak and seafood inside one of Toronto’s most historic landmarks. Located on 4.25 acres of land near the corner of York Mills Road and Don Mills Road, diners have the choice of eating on a scenic outdoor patio, inside the restored

  • Drake One Fifty

    Drake One Fifty — The Drake Hotel’s first standalone restaurant expansion — offers Bay Street broker types and opera-bound art patrons a reprieve from the stuffy eateries that plague the Financial District.

  • Harry's Steak House

    A trio of restaurateurs will be opening a new steakhouse, Harry’s Steak House, in Etobicoke, in tribute to two of Toronto’s classic meat-loving institutions. Arron Barberian and Pasquale Orgera came up in the legendary Barberian’s Steak House (a local landmark since it first opened in 1959) on Elm Street just north of the Eaton Centre downtown. S​oon they,

  • House of Chan

    Restaurants don’t stay open for over 50 years unless they’re doing something very much right. House of Chan, with its iconic green awning punctuated by a red dragon, has been the place Toronto diners have come to for the finest USDA steaks, Maritime lobster and gourmet Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine. Enjoy classic comfort soups like

  • Hy's Steakhouse

    Hy’s bills itself as the ultimate place to celebrate life’s great occasions or enjoy everyday pleasures of great food and drink in timeless, elegant surroundings. Hy’s has been around for decades and has relocated from its Adelaide location, where it was for 20 years, to the current Bay Street location. Aside from steak, the dinner

  • Jacobs & Co.

    Stuffy and dark steak houses are of the past, and Jacobs & Co. is looking toward the future. With an airy and inviting interior, this upscale steak house is anything but dated. Premium cuts and exclusive wine features are some of the reasons why at Jacobs & Co. you won’t think twice about dropping some

  • Maple Leaf Tavern

    Maple Leaf Tavern has reopened with an upscale renovation and a menu of classics by a kitchen led by Jesse Vallins.

  • Marbl

    Never has a steakhouse, let alone a fine dining restaurant, been as sleek, modern, and cool as Marbl. Executive Chef Ryan Morrison is at the helm of the ship, guiding diners through an exceptional repertoire of cocktails, refined modern American food, and the gill à la carte options, all of which are made with sustainably

  • Michael's on Simcoe

    It took a year for Michael’s on Simcoe, a new Italian steakhouse at the corner of Adelaide and Simcoe, to be up and ready for business. But now that it’s open, owner Michael Dabic, the former general manager at Harbour Sixty Steakhouse, says his restaurant is mostly getting its business from word of mouth.

  • In the heart of the bustling Beach neighbourhood, Neruda is spreading Latin, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavours over the world’s longest open flame. Executive chef Romain Avril behind the city’s La Societé and Lavelle, aimed for the skies when constructing the inside of this restaurant. With one of Canada’s biggest dry-age room and a capacity

  • Nomad Steakhouse

    Eglinton is getting a taste for some fancy steak. The Nomad Steakhouse is giving diners top-quality cuts on any type of steak you can think of, plus fish and pasta options. Inspired by the natural lifestyle of the simple, original nomad people, Nomad is trying to serve food like its namesake did: without added hormones

  • STK Toronto

    STK Toronto is the first Canadian outpost of the swanky NYC-based micro chain operated by The ONE Group.

  • the civic

    Eastside restaurant veterans John Sinopoli and Erik Joyal (Ascari Enoteca, Gare de L’Est Brasserie) have been quite busy over the past little while. They built four kitchens in the span of a year, half of them are in the Broadview Hotel, where the duo manages the entire food program from the café to the rooftop patio to the hotel restaurant, The Civic.

  • The Forth

    Toronto’s east side has pretty much always lagged behind the west in terms of culinary development, but a tide of new and upcoming restaurants is slowly balancing the scales. The latest newcomer is The Forth, and it’s no small contribution.

  • The Octagon

    Billed as offering premium comfort food in a sophisticated and warm setting, the Octagon has been serving Thornhill locals as well as visitors since 1974. The Octagon has all of the traditional steak house features, such as caesar salad, which is prepared at your table, and seafood for when you might not be in the

  • Touro Brazilian Steakhouse

    The words “Richmond” and “Hill” don’t exactly conjure up images of Brazil, but Touro Churrascaria is doing its best to change that. The Brazilian steak house set up shop north of the city, aiming to woo diners with its take on the all-you-can-eat meal. The expansive space — which can hold up to 440 patrons