If it’s true that we eat with our eyes first, then set your sights on these spectacular views.
At 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower, indulge in the best of Canadian cuisine—Quebec foie gras, Niagara prosciutto, Atlantic lobster—while you take in an unforgettable 360-degree view of the city from 1,151 feet in the air. Sometimes the view inside is just as captivating.
At C5 Restaurant Lounge at the Royal Ontario Museum, dining has been elevated to high-art with luxe creations—Hokkaido scallops, wild boar, elk striploin—served in the sleek metal and glass Michael Lee-Chin Crystal addition. Jutting out over bustling Bloor Street West, the resto-lounge is modern and elegant in black leather, cool creams, and gleaming chrome, with colourful hand-blown glass sculptures transecting the room. Truly a feast for the eyes.
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