Comfort Inn East
3306 Kingston Rd.
Toronto, ON M1M 1P8
Phone: (416) 269-7400
Fax: (416) 269-7579
This place looks more like a swanky club than a sports bar that it actually is. Located on O'Connor Drive in East York, Rally Sports Bar is where you rally for your team with close friends and have a good time. With 40 TV screens, it's hard to miss any part of the game here. The menu here is a great mix of North American comfort food and delicious public-house delights like poutines, chicken wings, crab cakes and such. With a number of delectable smoked dishes on the menu, Rally rightfully advertises itself as a smokehouse. Beverage menu includes a long list of popular imported and regional beers. The plush place, expands to 650 square meters (7000 square feet) and is often sought for private business events and celebrations. Check the website for more details.
The Garden Gate, popularly known as The Goof is a Chinese cuisine restaurant in Toronto, Ontario. Merging a little bit of Canadian cuisine with Chinese, the restaurant was established in 1952 and has been delivering excellent food since then, at delightfully low prices. Try the sweet and sour chicken balls, lo mein or wanton soup for a taste of Chinese. Those not too fond of the cuisine can go Italian or order cheeseburgers and hamburgers from the regular menu. Sit by the patio on a sunny afternoon to soak in the sights and sounds of the city.
Tori's Bakeshop is the labor of love of Tori Vaccher. Located in The Beaches, this vegan, organic and gluten-free bakery and cafe is a hit among the non-vegan crowd as well. It is also the first of its kind in the city. Opened in 2012, this dainty eat-in with its cute light fixtures is a great place to dig into baked goodies without any sort of guilt trip. Relish their Vanilla Donut, Cinnamon Bun, Lemon Cupcake, Oatmeal Cookie, Chai-Spiced Pear Muffin, Blueberry Lemon Scone, Butter Tart, Chocolate Croissant and Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti. Enjoy your treats with lattes and Americanos with coconut, soy or almond milk.
Located in the Radisson Hotel, Le Cafe Restaurant offers a splendid a la carte menu as well as a buffet style breakfast and lunch for all guests. With a friendly staff and speedy service, Le Cafe Restaurant is the perfect dining experience for travelers.
The hamburgers at Johnny's Charcoal Broiled Hamburgers are proclaimed by many to be one of the best in Toronto. The decor of the restaurant is vintage, with the small and unadorned red bricked building and vintage posters once inside. There is no place to eat within the restaurant itself, but patrons can have their meal at the picnic style tables outside the eatery or in their own vehicles. Do try their onion rings, french fries and cheeseburgers. Complete the meal with a hearty milkshake.
A spacious restaurant spread over two floors, the Valley Market Restaurant is an elegant rental facility by the Ontario Science Centre. Offering pleasing views of the parkland, the restaurant is perfect for special events that call for a suitable venue. Exquisite lighting arrangements in the atrium-style setting give the place a magnificent look. It can easily accommodate 250-300 people, depending on the seating style.
Hogtown Smoke is known for its glorious, slow-cooked meat, arrays of beef briskets, pork shoulders, and crispy chicken forms a part of the menu here. The restaurant has limited seating, the interiors are quite cozy and comfortably furnished with reclaimed church benches. The menu is written on the chalkboard and the bar serves as a takeout counter. The prices are a bit steep but looking at the huge portions of meat that are served here, the prices look like a good bargain. Their juicy chicken and poultry specials, pink and dark brisket and delicious ribs taste heavenly when complemented with beer-baked beans, slaw and crispy fries. And nothing washes down a good BBQ better than a cold pint of Beau.
Moo Milk Bar is the brainchild of New York native Danielle Oron. This quaint bakery in The Beaches is inspired by the classic cookies and milk combination. Everything is made from scratch and only natural products are used. Their menu features gourmet cookies, cakes and flavored milks. You can also buy gift baskets. Decked up with faded photos from the 1920s and old kitchen tools, this drive-by snack haunt is all about nostalgia. Relish their Cookie Sandwich, Toffee Bit, Ice Cream Sandwich, Banana Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Raisin and White Chocolate Macadamia Nut. Along with infused milk like Vanilla Bean, Raspberry, Cinnamon, Chocolate Mint, Caramel and Strawberry.
If you're looking for some authentic Japanese cuisine, head to Aki Da Japanese Seafood House. The stainless steel cooking surface or teppan catches one's attention. The interiors are pleasant with a neat seating lay-out and good lighting. Head to tatami rooms or the sushi bar depending on your choice of food. A unique thing about this restaurant is 'Omakase' where the chef prepares your meal based on your taste and budget. With an extensive menu they have over fifty a-la-carte choices of sushi and sashimi and numerous other combinations. Not only this the restaurant specializes in all types of seafood.
Located at Shops at Don Mills, Joey is a trendy dining establishment. The restaurant is popular for its fusion-food which features dishes from global cuisines. With a large patio area, the restaurant has ample dining space and is up-scale yet casual. The contemporary menu is the work of popular Chef Chris Mills who finished at fifth place in Bocuse d’Or and competed in Iron Chef. The menu features an assortment of dishes, try appetizers like Calamari Fritto, Ahi Tuna Nachos and their unique steak and sushi combination. Main course dishes include mouth-watering pasta and juicy steaks. If you're are health-conscious then there are various dishes that can be made gluten-free by the restaurant. Wash down the meal with a glass of wine, as they feature an extensive list of red and white wines.
Located in the legendary Danforth area of Toronto, TKO's Sports Pub, the old-style sports bar caters to locals who come in to cheer their favorites while munching on Fish and Chips and gulping down a brew. If the hockey legends that stare down from the walls are any indication, the bar's name is a little misleading, unless the implication is that NHL hockey is more fisticuffs than finesse! With an array of drafts and ales , it's not a bad place for the true sports aficionado to spend an evening.
Sauvignon Bistro & Bakery not only makes its own bread and desserts daily, but also offers fresh and first-class food. As one would expect, a touch of sauvignon is the ongoing theme in this kitchen. There's a pleasant pan-Mediterranean flavor to the cuisine. Dishes include linguini in sauvignon blanc sauce, goat cheese with pear poached in sauvignon, and pork loin in balsamic fig sauce. New World wines form the major portion of the selection, with the most expensive Thirty Bench from Niagara.