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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Seafood


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Adega Restaurante

33 Elm St., Toronto

Beautiful space, walls layered with 16 hues of copper. Menu focuses on seafood—squid, octopus and tiger shrimp. Also, steak and

Bardi’s Steak House

56 York St., Toronto

Intimate, with rich mahogany and touches of brass. Serves certified Angus beef, naturally aged and cut on the premises. Also

Busters Sea Cove

93 Front St. E,, Toronto

Among the specialty vendors in St. Lawrence Market is this spot for modern seafood dishes on the go. Originally a

Casa Da Ramboia

1282 Dundas St. W., Toronto

A cozy fine-dining room in Portugal Village. Fish (could be salmon, grouper, red snapper) and shellfish are fresh daily. Steaks,


864 College St., Toronto

Three-storey house painted in warm tones with sophisticated Portuguese dining and service. Seasonal menu may include raw or grilled marinated

Copacabana by Sea

230 Adelaide St. W., Toronto

As its name suggests, this is a seafood-focused version of the popular Copacabana all-you-can-eat Brazilian steakhouse concept. (Indeed, the two

David Duncan House

125 Moatfield Dr., Toronto

Renovated 19th-century farmhouse accented with art nouveau pieces, open fireplaces and stained glass. Menu includes duckling, lamb, steak and seafood.

East Side Social

1008 Queen St. E., Toronto

Fun little restaurant highlights Maritime offerings alongside coastal fare from around the world—clam chowder, deviled eggs with smoked trout, salt

El Rincon

653 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto

Diners at this vibrantly decorated cantina enjoy a selection of authentic Mexican dishes including sizzling fajitas, tiger shrimp sautéed in

Fish Bones Oyster Bar & Grille

335 Kerr St., Oakville

With its icy marine-blue walls and funky maritime motif, this laid-back seafood house offers all the traditional fare. To start,

Fred’s Not Here

321 King St. W., Toronto

From the open grill comes a large selection of seafood and meat dishes. Extensive wine list. Lunch Mon.-Fri., dinner daily.

Happy Hooker

887 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Specializes in inexpensive, West Coast-inspired seafood dishes. Dining room has a bit of a cafeteria vibe, with decor seemingly cobbled

Harbour Sixty

60 Harbour St., Toronto

Located in the historic Harbour Commission building, erected circa 1917, this steakhouse combines classic and modern decor elements to create

Honest Weight

2766 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Part fishmonger, part lunch counter, this Junction-area establishment seafood fiend John Bil doles out an eclectic selection of casual dishes:

Hopgood’s Foodliner

325 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

He made his name dishing out bone marrow beignets at the Hoof Café; now chef Geoff Hopgood serves up elevated

House of Chan

514 Eglinton Ave. W., Toronto

Serving the finest USDA Prime steaks for more than 50 years. The menu is augmented by seafood—Alaskan king crab, shrimp

Hy’s Steakhouse

120 Adelaide St. W., Toronto

A haven for the city’s high rollers, this restaurant’s menu features Prime-grade steaks in a variety of top-quality cuts. Additional


692 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Don’t expect sushi at this Japanese restaurant. Instead a raw bar offers a daily selection of oysters, while other tapas-inspired

Joe Mama’s

317 King St. W., Toronto

This Theatre District resto specializes in southern-style steak and seafood with a menu that includes chili-rubbed rib-eye, cornmeal-crusted catfish and

John and Sons Oyster House

56 Temperance St., Toronto

Tucked just off the Financial District’s main artery, this seafood-specializing restaurant offers a diverse, super-fresh and sustainable assortment of bivalves,
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