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Come to North 42 Degrees to experience our passion, beauty and southern hospitality. Amidst Carolinian forests, our sun quenched grapes are gently caressed by Lake Erie breezes, making our terroir's exceptional flavour profiles come to life! Enjoy a glass of wine on the patio or by our cozy fireplace and be sure to try our culinary creations at Bistro 42.More
Old Time is located in quiet uptown Toronto and serves Chinese and Western fusion cuisine. The space was designed to provide an elegant and artistic dining atmosphere, with an arched roof and paintings on the walls and ceiling; carved wood pieces made by the chef are also on display around the restaurant. Popular dishes include rack of lamb, pastry puff soup, rice pastry rolls, and tiramisu, all made in-house. We look forward to welcoming you to our restaurant!More
Welcome to Piper's Pub at Fairmont Royal Oak - Comfortable. Casual. Canadian.
Join us on our coast-to-coast journey of casual favourites with a uniquely local twist. Canada's best food and famous beers are within easy reach. We invite you to try classic pub fare made with Canadian East Coast seafood, Ontario beef and Quebec cheeses.
With it's close proximity to Air Canada Center and the Rogers Center Piper's Pub is an ideal location for drinks before and after the game. Piper's is also an ideal setting for your next informal office gathering. Please call for details on hosting your group experience in Piper's.
Piper's is located on the PATH, Toronto's indoor network of shops and services, on the Avenues Level of Fairmont Royal York.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.