- Lone Star Texas Grill: Walk a couple blocks north on Simcoe St. and you’ll find the big taste of Texas. Eat like the good ole boys do but brace yourself—everything is bigger in Texas. And a Texas-themed restaurant in a neighboring country is no exception.
- The Ballroom: Travel 4 city blocks north on John St. if you need to show off your ping pong skills. The Ballroom has every table game you can think of, from ping pong and pool to foosball and bubble hockey. There’s even bowling, if you’d rather show off on the lanes.
- Pravda Vodka Bar: Looking to shake things up? From the Centre, walk 5 blocks east on Front St. and you’ll find yourself at the coolest Soviet-themed bar the Great White North has to offer. Pravda has an enormous selection of tasty vodkas and food to match. Plus, at midnight on Saturdays, the staff sings the Russian national anthem.
- Wayne Gretzky’s Toronto: Don’t eat here if you don’t know who Wayne Gretzky is (also, don’t make that lack of knowledge public; while Canadians are known for being polite, there’s a boiling point for everyone). However, if you’re into hockey, check out the largest personal collection of Wayne Gretzky personal memorabilia. Take your pick of the restaurant, the sports bar, or the Oasis rooftop patio.
Need to class it up a bit? If you’ve got someone to impress, you may want to look at a few of Toronto’s top rated restaurants.
- Richmond Station: Wonderful food without having to break the bank, Richmond Station features entrees designed by Canada’s Top Chef winner Carl Heinrich. Come on, it must be well worth the visit if he won an award—we all know how brutal those cooking competitions can be.
- George Restaurant: Ranked third on TripAdvisor’s list of best places to eat in Toronto, this gig offers awesome food with Canadian-inspired entrees. Chef Lorenzo Loseto is considered one of the best chef’s in Canada today.
- Scaramouche Restaurant: According to TripAdvisor, Scaramouche is the best restaurant in Toronto. It’s been ranked as one of the best places to eat in the city for over 30 years. The place reeks of class. You’re sure to charm your dinner guests by bringing them here. Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the fandango? Well, your taste buds probably will.
If you missed it, check out part one for coffee shops, parks, and sights worth seeing.
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