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1. MIDEASTRO YORKVILLE

Mideastro Yorkville is a new cultural destination at 27 Yorkville Avenue. A fine-dining restaurant offering a fusion of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines, combining succulent dishes with unique flavours. Mideastro offers a tantalizing menu, sure to please the most discerning palate, meticulously crafted by Executive Chef Benny Cohen.


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2. NAOSTEAK HOUSE

NAO is a contemporary steakhouse. An experience where inspired décor and inventive recipes blend with the highest quality dry aged cuts of meat. An experience that conveys the best of both new and old. Every cut is carefully sourced from top producers and aged in-house in our dry aging locker for a minimum of 40 days and butchered daily by our own in house butcher.


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3. CAFE BOULUD

Café Boulud is Chef Daniel Boulud’s newly renovated French Brasserie located in the Four Seasons Hotel in Yorkville, Toronto. The restaurant serves a seasonally changing menu rooted in French tradition, highlighting both bistro classics and contemporary dishes inspired by Chef Daniel’s family meals in Lyon.


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4. CHABROL

Classic French cuisine & wines served in an upscale, petite venue with floor-to-ceiling windows.


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5. JOSOS

Owned and operated by Leo and Shirley Spralja and founded by Joso Spralja in the 1960’s, Joso’s restaurant has achieved continuous success of over 36 years in business and is considered a landmark of the Toronto hospitality scene. It is truly a unique dining experience which transports guests to the warmth and beauty of the stunning Dalmatian coast.


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6. KASA MOTO

Kasa Moto is a two-story contemporary Japanese restaurant and lounge that opened in the heart of Yorkville in the Spring of 2015. With a sprawling rooftop terrace, wood ceilings, and lush indoor topiary, guests of Kasa Moto will enjoy a versatile dining experience that evolves from day to night.


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7. THE MCEWAN GROUP

The moneyed young and the suspiciously young-looking still treat celebrity chef Mark McEwan’s eight-year-old Yorkville hotel-restaurant as their clubhouse—though the menu, unlike the patrons, is showing a little wear.


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8. THE OXLEY

The Oxley Public House promises fantastic food served alongside a good pint or an excellent glass of wine – all at a price that won’t break the bank. This is not posh nosh, but rather classic British dishes that have stood the test of time. All our food is made from scratch, and lovingly prepared by our British Chef Andrew Carter.


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9. SASSAFRAZ

Located in a sunshine-yellow house at the city’s swishest corner, Sassafraz is the centre around which the rest of Yorkville orbits. Suits gather at the marble-slab bar lounge, while Burberry-clad couples hold hands over candlelight in a dining room tricked out with vaulted glass ceilings and a towering waterfall. The menu is safe but well done.


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10. BUCA

Rustic Italian fare, including housemade pastas & charcuterie, served in a buzzy, high-end setting.


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