Specialty Dining in Toronto
It’s so boring when things become routine. You choose a restaurant, sit down, order your typical meal, finish it and leave. We all need a change every once in a while. There are a lot independently owned restaurants in Toronto that deserve your attention too! They’re not just restaurants, they’re more than that! You’re sure to get a unique dining experience from the places listed below:
1. Bacon Nation (170 Spadina Avenue) – You might’ve heard of this infamous food truck roaming the streets of Toronto or seen them at CNE last year. Bacon is served in every way you can imagine. Choose from bacon wrapped hot dogs, deep-fried beer battered bacon wrapped hot dog on a stick, bacon chips with a side of Jack Daniel’s sauce and more. They will be opening a permanent location in downtown Toronto. As they say, go pig or go home.
170 Spadina Avenue
2. Shishalicious – Yes, it’s a shisha lounge but they’ve also got a lot more to offer than just that. The hookah lounge is complete with playing cards, board games and of course, a food menu from mango shakes to coffee. It’s the combination of everything you need to have a blast with your friends. Open 7 days/week.
235 Jarvis Street
3. Mariposa Dinner Cruise – Clearly, this is not your typical restaurant. It’s not even on land! If you book a journey with the Mariposa Dinner Cruise, expect a 4-hour cruise with a buffet-style dinner, a cash bar and live music. Other options include lunch cruises or weekend brunch cruises. If I were you, I’d opt for the dinner cruise. It’s worth it just to see Toronto’s city lights at night.
207 Queen’s Quay – http://www.mariposacruises.com