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Kenzo Ramen Bloor

Kenzo Ramen stands out from other Japanese noodle restaurants for the uniqueness of each and every dishes. Our restaurant is known for our famous noodles that are freshly made in our restaurant. These thin Japanese doodle with the perfect texture and the taste keeps you longing for more.

Burrito Bandidos

Burrito Bandidos has received numerous awards including: Best Lunch from the readers of Eye Magazine; Best Burrito from NOW Magazine's critic's pick; Best Late Night Munchies from DineTO, and has been Recommended in Toronto Life's Restaurant Guide for Best Burrito.

Gabbys Bar and Grill

Welcome to Gabby’s a Canadian restaurant/bar/pub chain with a strong focus on great quality high value, mainstream casual food. All locations proudly serve our signature dishes and provide an excellent selection of draught and bottle beers, an extensive liquor selection and great sports coverage. We are open for lunch, dinner and late night dining. A great place to bring the family or to catch the game.

La Société

A marriage of Canada’s most cosmopolitan city and Parisian bistro style and cuisine, La Société is a dining destination unlike any other in Toronto. Step inside and your senses will be flooded with the sights, scents, and flavours that your Parisian dreams are made of. Gloriously appointed with luxurious furnishings and a breathtaking stained-glass ceiling, a meal, a meeting, even a moment at La Société will transport you to another time and place. La Société. The soul of Paris in the heart of Toronto.

Duke of York

Quality, Freshness and Innovation – it's what sets us apart.

By tailoring our menus to each of our locations, we ensure our food and beverage selections capture the tastes of each Duke Pub neighbourhood.

Museum Tavern

Opened in July 2012 by brothers Glen and Kyle Kristenbrun, Museum Tavern has quickly established itself as one of Toronto’s newest exciting hotspots. The Tavern is perched on the 2nd floor at 208 Bloor Street West, just steps away from upscale Bloor St. shops, as well as the popular Annex and Yorkville neighborhoods. Our patio boasts one-of-a-kind views of the historical Royal Ontario Museum, Philosopher’s Walk, and Royal Conservatory of Music.

Bar Mercurio

As the kind of spot Marlon Brando or Frank Sinatra might show up for a 'za and a glass of malbec, this hip Annex trattoria is a standout for a lot of reasons. Take, for example, our consistently yummy pies that tumble out of our state-of-the-art, imported-from-Italy pizza oven. Or the eight interesting by-the-glass wines that flow from the on-site Enomatic machine (picked at the owner's discretion and subject to seasonal change-ups). Or the fresh pasta and tomato sauce prepared to exacting standards in the Mercurio kitchen.


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