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Excellent meal. Greeted nicely by our servers and chef, excellent touch. Wonderfully prepared. Tapas a little small vs price value however delicious. Paella was plentiful and well presented. Overall a great meal. Seating not quite as we would have enjoyed as we felt we were part of the party next to us and overheard their entire conversation. Somewhat intrusive however too notch quality. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Welcome to East Side Mario’s! We opened East Side Mario’s in 1987 to bring a little taste of Italy to our guests. Our goal was to bring you the hospitality and passion for great food that Italians are known for around the world – and have a little fun doing it. We’ve evolved over the years, but always with a focus on giving you delicious Italian meals at great value. Good times and great Italian meals…that’s East Side Mario’s.More
Enjoyable and comfortable atmosphere in the heart of Yonge and Eglinton. Four Barrel Holly's offers 200+ seating places, surrounding a large bar area that will make your dining exquisite and enjoyable. Carefully selected music and smart interior design will make you feel like home.
You can taste any wine from our offering in our wine tasting bar. Four Barrel Holly's can host large groups too, so if you need more seats for your feast simply send us an email, or call us by phone.
Celebrate your special event in our beautiful atmosphere at Four Barrel Holly's. Exquisite & creative cousine, friendly atmosphere and highly professional staff will make your special day beautiful & enjoyable.
You can select from a couple of pre-made menus for every occasion that should please many different palates or work with us to create your own menu.More
We pay tribute to the social clubs in India that originated during the British Raj. After India’s Independence, these clubs became exclusive membership-driven venues.
The Kolkata Club was born out of nostalgia: our memories of going to the clubs with our parents when we were children, and then ourselves as adults; lazy conversations over a cup of tea or a drink at the bar, the comfort of meeting the same people regularly, and a menu that we had almost memorized.More
Nomé Izakaya is a Japanese Tapas restaurant and lounge located at 4 O'Neil Rd in North York. Specializing in the freshest Sashimi delicacies Nome will surely impress you. A concept from the land of the rising sun, Nomé Izakaya caters to guests looking for an authentic, memorable and fresh take on Japanese cuisine . Come in and experience an authentic little Japan izakaya like it was meant to be.More
The Miller Lash Estate is nestled in the picturesque valley of Highland Creek. In 1913 Miller Lash, a wealthy Toronto businessman, was so impressed by the land with its grassy fields, forest and rushing stream, that he promptly bought the property. He commissioned a firm of architects from Upper New York State, likely that of Edward B. Greene, to design his estate. The design is very much in keeping with the craftsmanship principles of the Arts and Crafts Movement: simplicity, durability, suitability for the life that is to be lived in the house, and in harmony with its natural surroundings.More
With population rates soaring in recent years, Toronto has a developed a melting pot of a cuisine in style and flavor. With influences as broad as Korea, Venezuela, Ethiopia, and Eastern Europe, you’ll find both big-named cheffy establishments side-by-side authentic global fare. Frequently used as a backdrop for TV and movies set in New York City, this cosmopolitan food destination is not unlike NY in its serious variety, in particular in the Asian realm (a sector not to be missed on any trip to Toronto) and ubiquity of quality hotdogs. A stroll through Kensington Market showcases the city’s best food finds in a matter of a few blocks that is wholly immersive. And like NYC, if you’re hungry for it, you can find it in Canada’s biggest city.