Toronto Restaurants near Toronto City Hall

Our list of the best food near Toronto City Hall. Our top pick: St Lawrence Market.
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  • Toronto City Hall

    Toronto City Hall

    100 Queen St W
    Toronto's modernist City Hall designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell and was completed in 1965. Nathan Phillips Square features a reflecting pool that turns into a skating rink in the winter. Old City Hall, completed in 1899, is located across the street at 60 Queen St. W.
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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!
  • Sneaky Dee's

    Sneaky Dee's

    431 College Street
    Open Mo-Tu 11am-3am, We-Th 11-4, Fr 11-4:30, Sa 9-4:30, Su 9am-9pm. Inexpensive yet tasty Tex-Mex fare and cheap pitchers of beer. Particularly popular among the post-bar crowd, due to its absurdly late closing time. Live music can be heard upstairs, catering to the punk orientated. $8-15.
  • 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.
  • Fresh: By Juice for Life

    Fresh: By Juice for Life

    326 Bloor Street West at Spadina
    com, Open Mo-Fr 11:30AM-10:30PM, Sa-Su 10:30AM-10:30PM. 20-30 options for fresh juice, running the gamut from Immune Boost (beets, carrot, apple, ginger) to elaborate espresso-based smoothies. Their food menu is almost entirely vegan, making it an ideal choice for veggie diners, a fact adored or despised by most visitors. Food is reasonable, juice can be expensive. $10-$20 (juice runs $5/glass).
  • 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.
  • FRANK

    FRANK

    317 Dundas St W
    We're the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, Canada. We bring people & art together & boldly declare that ART MATTERS! Posts by the communications team.
  • 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.
  • Urban Herbivore

    Urban Herbivore

    64 Oxford Street
    Salad bowls and sandwiches for about $8.
  • 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:
  • La Société Bistro

    La Société Bistro

    131 Bloor St. West
    A marriage of Canada’s most cosmopolitan city and Parisian bistro style and cuisine
  • Starbucks

    235 Bloor St E
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
  • Kalendar

    Kalendar

    546 College St
    M-W 11:30AM-11PM, Th 11:30AM-midnight, F 11:30AM-2AM, Sa 10:30AM-2AM, Su 10:30AM-11PM. $10-$15. This busy restaurant with a large patio on College Street is a wonderful place for brunch any day of the week.
  • Terroni - Adelaide

    Terroni - Adelaide

    57A Adelaide St. E.
  • MoRoCo

    MoRoCo

    99 Yorkville Ave
    Toronto's Best Chocolate Boutique and Lounge
  • Guu Izakaya

    Guu Izakaya

    398 Church St
  • The Harbord Room

    The Harbord Room

    89 Harbord St
    Providing Shelter From reality and Sobriety Since 1997
  • Vegetarian Haven

    Vegetarian Haven

    17 Baldwin Street
    60 for entree and soup. Staff are friendly and the restaurant is clean and charming, very filling, big portions, outdoor seating a big plus, although some find the food underflavoured.
  • 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.
  • Grace

    Grace

    503 College St
    Toronto Grace Health Centre is a hospital located at 650 Church Street in Toronto, Ontario. Owned and operated by the Salvation Army, it specializes in palliative care, slow-paced rehabilitation, and complex continuing care.
  • Hibiscus

    Hibiscus

    238 Augusta Avenue
    Everything is gluten free. Excellent buckwheat crepes and salad bowls. A meal is about $8.
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