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  • Savoury at the Westin Harbour Castle

    Corbin Tomaszeski, who has appeared on Restaurant Take-Over, Dinner Party Wars and currently stars on the Food Network’s The Incredible Food Race, partnered with Toronto’s Westin Harbour Castle two years ago to oversee their food program.

  • Sofia

    Just off Yorkville Avenue, the gorgeous new Sofia restaurant occupies the the former home of chocolate purveyor Morroco and the legendary Coffee Mill restaurant. When we visited, owner (and T.O. club king Charles Khabouth was just outside talking with two staff members. He entered the restaurant with us, and discussed the new space as if we

  • Sorrel

    French and Mediterranean fine dining is one way to see this elegant restaurant. Sorrel is decorated in the most luxurious pastels and white linens, and with crystal and glass bottles lining the wall behind the bar and photos of the Mediterranean on the wall, you can’t help but feel fancy walking in here. The food

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

  • 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.

  • TOCA, the headlining restaurant in the Ritz Carlton, is redefining luxury dining in the city and setting a new standard for restaurants to come. We're looking at you, David Chang! The name is a whimsical take on Toronto, Canada, and there’s nothing fussy about that. The chef, Tom Brodi, formerly of Canoe, could write a thesis on Canadian fare.

  • Victor Restaurant

    Victor Restaurant is a stylish spot in the Hotel Le Germain. It serves a chef-driven menu, featuring modern takes on classic dishes, and a refined wine and beer list. It has a chic yet approachable atmosphere, perfect for a pre-theatre meal or drink. The menu has a bunch of seafood favourites as well as wild

  • Wine Academy is a 6,000-square-foot social club with fingerprint scanners at the entrance and a $1,000-per-year membership fee. This is a place for Bay Streeters to enjoy wine, network and socialize.

  • Last November, chef Bruce Woods resigned from Modus Ristorante, the contemporary Italian hotspot frequented by Bay Street suits. He had no fallback, but luckily for him, the transition from being unemployed to accepting reservations at his new restaurant has been seamless. In March, Woods — along with his two business partners Robin Singh and Byron