BISTRO Escape the bustle of Yonge Street: step into the easy elegance of Superior Restaurant for beautifully presented bistro fare, or head back to the Delta Chelsea Hotel to dine on BB33‘s Canadian-influenced menu.
CASUAL City Grill satisfies with calamari and steaks. The Duke of Richmond (20 Queen St. W., 416-340-7887) offers pub grub classics like shepherd’s pie.
DATE NIGHT 35 Elm Ristorante (35 Elm St., 416-598-1766) serves Italian cuisine and a top-rated wine list in a warm, intimate setting. Linger over tiramisu and cappuccinos at quaint Donatello, or duck into Little Anthony’s for homemade pastas.
FAMILY FRIENDLY Stop in at The Hard Rock Café for burgers, salads and sandwiches. The Pickle Barrel deli is an all-ages favourite with tons of options. Let Fisherman’s Wharf reel you in for lobster, oysters, and other fruit of the sea.
FINE DINING Artful dishes and decor at Tundra evoke the spirit of the Great White North.
INTERNATIONAL Get your schnitzel fix at Amadeus Viennese Restaurant. Check out its Beer Stube with dirndl-clad servers. Lai Wah Heen has some of Toronto’s finest dim sum. Try Frascati for classic Italian fare, like pastas, seafood, and chicken piccata.
STEAKHOUSES Bâton Rouge is known for steaks and ribs. Barberian‘s has an additional après-theatre menu after 10 p.m. The famous filet mignon at Carman‘s is a cut above, and Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse delights with sizzling steaks and fresh seafood.Beginning March 14, We Will Rock You makes its much-anticipated Canadian debut. For more about the show, see The Royal Treatment.—Jordana Camerman