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8 for a Hearthside Date

1. AUBERGE DU POMMIER Modern French cuisine in an elegant uptown space constructed around two 1860s woodcutters’ cottages.

2. BODEGA A romantic Victorian setting for French cuisine near the Art Gallery of Ontario.

3. COURTHOUSE MARKET GRILLE Two fireplaces add charm to the Group of Seven Dining Room; in the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood.

4. THE GALLERY GRILL (7 Hart House Circle, 416-978-2445). Neo-gothic quarters serves a bistro menu on the University of Toronto campus.

5. LA MAQUETTE A restored Old Town landmark building with live dinner music and a pre-theatre menu.

6. LE SÉLECT BISTRO Acclaimed French cuisine, including a pre-theatre prix fixe menu, in chic surroundings by King West Village.

7. ORO (45 Elm St., 416-597-0155). Sophisticated neo-Italian cuisine in a sleek setting that boasts floor-to-ceiling windows.

8. URBAN RESTAURANT A loft-like space in the Entertainment District serves as backdrop for steak and seafood.—Anne Gibson

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