Toronto Restaurants near Art Gallery of Ontario

Our list of the best food near Art Gallery of Ontario. Our top pick: St Lawrence Market.
Visiting Toronto? Check out our recommended food near Canadian National Exhibition, Hockey Hall of Fame, Royal Ontario Museum.
  • Art Gallery of Ontario

    Art Gallery of Ontario

    317 Dundas St W
    Home to many famous pieces of art ranging from very recent to artwork hundreds of years old. Artists from Monet to Warhol are represented here and the AGO has one of the largest collections of Henry Moore sculptures in the world.
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  • St Lawrence Market

    St Lawrence Market

    92 - 95 Front St E
    A city market has been located on the southwest corner of Front St East and Jarvis St for over 200 years. The current incarnation of the South Market contains over 200 permanent food-related vendors on two floors, including butchers, fishmongers and numerous specialty and takeout businesses. The South Market is open daily except Sundays and Mondays. The North Market, located just across Front St, opens only on Saturdays for a Farmers' Market, when farmers from surrounding townships sell their wares, and on Sundays for an Antique Market.
  • Salad King

    Salad King

    340 Yonge St
    A fantastic Thai place just off Yonge and Dundas Square, Salad King serves up really good food at surprisingly low prices. It's very popular, so expect a crowd, and be friendly - if you're in a smaller party, you may end up sharing a table with strangers!
  • The 3 Brewers Restaurant Micro-Brewery

    The 3 Brewers Restaurant Micro-Brewery

    275 Yonge Street
    Mon-Thu 11-24, Fri & Sat 11-1, Sun 11-23. Great brewpub right across the street from the Eaton Centre. The beer is excellent and the food is in the style of the Alsace region of France, where the chain started.
  • Beer Bistro

    Beer Bistro

    18 King Street East
    Over 130 ales and lagers. The dinner menu offers a wide range of appetizers and steak frites, mussel bowls, roasted knuckle of pork, seafood chowder and rabbit curry. Patio. Also open for lunch and brunch on weekends. $18-24 dinner mains.
  • Ruby Watch Co

    Ruby Watch Co

    730 Queen St. East
    We are open for dinner Tuesdays-Saturdays from 6:00-10:00 PM. For reservations, please call us anytime at 416-465-0100.
  • Bar Volo

    Bar Volo

    587 Yonge St
    Mon-Fri 4pm-2am, Sat 12pm-2am, Closed Sun. Amazing selection of beers both draft and bottle, as well as a few real cask ales.
  • JOEY Eaton Centre

    JOEY Eaton Centre

    1 Dundas Street West
    The best in premium casual dining since 1992. BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Washington State. All about exceptional dining experiences. And fun.
  • Earls Kitchen and Bar

    Earls Kitchen and Bar

    150 King Street West
    No matter what, you’ll find it here. On every plate, in every drink. In every conversation. In all we do and all that surrounds you. It's called Soul.
  • Nota Bene

    Nota Bene

    180 Queen St W
    http://notabenerestaurant.com/the-nota-bene-experience/
  • Origin Restaurant

    Origin Restaurant

    107 King St. East
  • Kultura

    Kultura

    169 King St E
    Kultura Restaurant, Lounge, Events & Catering:
  • Big Daddy's Bourbon Street Bistro & Oyster Bar

    Big Daddy's Bourbon Street Bistro & Oyster Bar

    212 King St W
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  • Gilead Cafe

    Gilead Cafe

    4 Gilead Pl
    Since 1989 Jamie Kennedy has been instrumental in shaping the culinary landscape in Canada. His commitment to sustainable agriculture & advocacy of local food continue to inspire progress in agricultural & gastronomical communities across Canada.
  • The Wine Bar

    The Wine Bar

    9 Church St
    Your Cure to Menu Bordom !!!
  • Terroni - Adelaide

    Terroni - Adelaide

    57A Adelaide St. E.
  • Guu Izakaya

    Guu Izakaya

    398 Church St
  • The Sultan's Tent & Café Moroc

    The Sultan's Tent & Café Moroc

    49 Front St E
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  • C'est What?

    C'est What?

    67 Front St East
    A homey subterranean bar that has been open for over 25 years offering Toronto's largest selection of exclusively Canadian microbrews, a varied menu, and a live music stage that has showcased many of Canada's independent musicians before they became famous.
  • The Brass Rail

    The Brass Rail

    701 Yonge St
    The Brass Rail is one of Toronto's most notable strip clubs. It is located on Yonge Street just south of Bloor. It is well known as a popular venue for celebrities, especially during the Toronto International Film Festival, which is based at the nearby luxury hotels of Yorkville. Stars that have been observed there include Samuel L. Jackson, Charlize Theron, Alex Rodriguez, and Colin Farrell. The Brass Rail was one of the first venues Paul Shaffer worked in, serving as host and musician.
  • The Keg Mansion

    The Keg Mansion

    515 Jarvis St
    The Keg Mansion and Keg Manor are the names used for a subset of Canadian restaurants under The Keg brand. These are located in heritage buildings adapted to serve as commercial restaurant establishments.
  • Riverdale Farm

    Riverdale Farm

    201 Winchester St
    A year-round producing farm owned by the City of Toronto as part of its extensive park system, open daily for tours, education, and more 9AM-5PM. The Friends of Riverdale Farm operate an onsite store and restaurant, Shop at the Farm and Farm Kitchen, in Simpson House (daily 10AM-4PM), and a weekly Farmer's Market (Tuesdays, May 10 - Oct. 25, 2005, 3:30PM-7PM. Riverdale farm is a working farm, with barns and outdoor paddocks, and animals of all types. In an attempt to provide education about farming, the staff is approachable, and will discuss chores as they go through the daily tasks of keeping a farm running. Tours are available, or you can wander the 7.5 acres freely.
  • Bulldog Coffee

    Bulldog Coffee

    89 Granby Street
    Espresso and espresso based drinks. One of the owner/baristas regularly wins competitions for his latte art. Daily 7AM-7PM.
  • Panorama Lounge & Restaurant

    Panorama Lounge & Restaurant

    55 Bloor Street W
    Panorama Lounge & Restaurant is the highest outdoor patio in Toronto, Canada. It is on the 51st floor of the Manulife Centre on Bloor Street.
  • BLD Restaurant Toronto

    BLD Restaurant Toronto

    36 Toronto Street
    A contemporary/eclectic #restaurant in the heart of downtown's historical Old #Toronto. California meets New York at the corner of Adelaide and Toronto Street.
  • Fire on the East Side Restaurant & Bar

    Fire on the East Side Restaurant & Bar

    6 Gloucester St
    Famous food, great people.
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