Jack Astor’s is an unconventional restaurant that radiates a relaxed and good-humoured environment. Enjoy the creative atmosphere or express your own wacky ideas with crayons supplied to each table. The menu features new recipes mixed in with classic dishes and plenty of old favorites like Jack’s Garlic Pan Bread.
After searching high and low for good savoury meat pies in the GTA, long-time pals Patrick and Mike decided to make some themselves and they were kind enough to share. That was 2013, and now The Pie Commission boasts three locations and legions of devoted fans, who are hooked on the chains flaky all-butter pastry and wholesome ingredients. The Pie Commission specializes in individual-sized (5-inch) pies in mouth-watering flavours that range from Beef in Beer to Butter Chicken, and if you want a legit Brit-inspired experience, you’ll opt for a side of chips (fries). There’s also a rotating selection of seasonal dessert pies like Fruit Crumble and Coconut to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Farzi Café aims to bring Indian cuisine back “in-Vogue”. “Farzi” can have many connotations, but at Farzi Café, it has just one, “creating an illusion” with its cuisine. Best described as a gourmet experience, it amalgamates traditional global and Indian classics, with Indian influences, contemporary presentations, culinary styles and ambiance. It is a quirky, chic, modern Indian café, where guests enjoy a sensory experience through the finest modern Indian cuisine, with a high energy ambiance. Infusing a generous dose of Indian flavours, Farzi Café presents Indian cuisine where culinary art
meets the alchemy of modern presentations and cooking techniques like molecular gastronomy to absorb the guest into the ultimate gastronomic illusion.
Founder Gabriele Dal Moro comes from seven generations of chefs in Venice, Italy, so you know this pasta is the real deal. Authentic, fresh, and traditional recipe pasta dishes are made from scratch on-site and start at only $8. With seven varieties of pasta (like spaghetti, rigatoni, and gnocchi) and 12 different sauces (including Bolognese, Pesto, and Alfredo) to choose from, not to mention the extra toppings (diced olives, anyone?), you can experiment to your heart’s content until you find your favourite combo. Let the carb-loading begin!
Scaddabush Italian Kitchen & Bar is not your typical Italian restaurant. We strive to create new flavours for classic Italian dishes using only the freshest ingredients and perfectly matched wine. And while you are dining with us, we’ll make every effort to treat you as if you are our only guest. Hours: Sunday–Wednesday: 11:30am–1:00am and Thursday–Saturday: 11:30am–2:00am.
It’s always barbecue season! Bring an appetite (and possibly some wet wipes!), and dig in to the Sweet Whiskey Pork Ribs or the Dinosaur Beef Ribs (not for the faint of heart). And for non-meat eaters, there are even vegan “ribs,” made from grilled organic tempeh, smothered in balsamic and garlic BBQ sauce. Other Southern-inspired dishes include Buttermilk Fried Chicken, BJ’s Backyard Brisket Burger, and the Pulled Shortrib Sandwich. If you’re smart—and hungry—you’ll also order some delicious sides: choose from cheddar and broccoli slaw, smashed potatoes, pork and beans, and more. Is your mouth watering yet?
Boston Pizza Square One is the place to be whether it’s dinner with the family by the fireplace, or a night out for karaoke. Take advantage of our free Wi-Fi for your business meetings, relax on our sunny patio or watch the game on Canada’s largest plasma TV.
We are bakers of bread. We are fresh from the oven. We are a symbol of warmth and welcome. We are a simple pleasure, honest and genuine. We are a life story told over dinner. We are a long lunch with an old friend. We are your weekday morning ritual. We are the kindest gesture of neighbors. We are home. We are family. We are friends.
Forty years ago in New Orleans, Louisiana, a taste sensation was born named for Popeye Doyle of the French Connection. What began with one small restaurant and one big idea turned into a craze that swept the nation—and the world.
This special division of the Danish Pastry House is all about bread, or “brød” in Danish (say “broy”). For company president Anita Lauritsen, bread occupied a very special place in her upbringing. In fact, in Danish households it’s customary to eat rye or French bread for breakfast with a cup of coffee. Drawing on family recipes, Lauritsen and her team of bakers have created several rustic breads for you to enjoy. Choose from Danish Rye Bread, “Rugbrød,” a dense, dark loaf; Danish Stone Age Bread, “Stenalder Brød,” a Paleo-friendly, gluten-free loaf that’s packed with protein; and Danish French Bread, “Fransk Brød,” a traditional white loaf topped with poppy seeds.