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Good spots in Toronto to eat alone

Now for the beer bistro you didn't say that the tartare was horse tartare!! I think it will take a a couple more visits to wrap my head around that...selection of beer was great, though, and the pulled pork pizza hit the spot.

May 06, 2010
jason0360 in Ontario (inc. Toronto)

Good spots in Toronto to eat alone

I will need to look up Caplanskys... hard to imagine coming from Montreal to Toronto for smoked meat ! Especially after I read the poutine thread on this forum :)

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Caplansky's
356 College Street, Toronto, ON M6J, CA

May 02, 2010
jason0360 in Ontario (inc. Toronto)

Good spots in Toronto to eat alone

Wow - that's excellent, thanks. I am going to have to try to drag this business trip out a little longer. I think Black Hoof is at the top of my to try list.

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The Black Hoof
928 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J, CA

May 02, 2010
jason0360 in Ontario (inc. Toronto)

Good spots in Toronto to eat alone

C'est what... that's it. I think I ended up having more beer than food, but liked what I had. I will check out Joes - thanks. It seems that in Ontario if you want to eat dinner past 9:00, a bar is pretty well the only choice!!

May 02, 2010
jason0360 in Ontario (inc. Toronto)

Good spots in Toronto to eat alone

This place looks great... thanks for the tip, I will go check it out. I love the oyster etiquette on their website :)

May 02, 2010
jason0360 in Ontario (inc. Toronto)

Good spots in Toronto to eat alone

Hi - in TO for a few weeks and finding it hard to find non-fast food places where it feels comfortable to eat by myself - i.e. can sit at the bar and eat there or something... I am a real foodie, but dislike stuffy linen tablecloths and the like. Found a great microbrewery place down front street (can't remember the name, but it was in the basement) - any suggestions for similar type places downtown? (or easy subway access) Good food, unique food, fun atmosphere, etc.?

May 02, 2010
jason0360 in Ontario (inc. Toronto)