A comparative research of seafood restaurants inTorontoBy Dana Hirsch
Seafood Restaurants in Downtown Toronto, Canada The following slides will present seafood restaurants in the downtown area of Toronto. Their names, addresses, phone numbers and websites are included to discern our future local and prospects. Toronto is home to over 7,000 restaurants of every variety of culinary dining there is. There are, however, only 5 that specialize in seafood in the downtown area. A basic grid style map included for spacial reference. Info from www.seetorontonow.com.
Fisherman’s Wharf of San Francisco Located at the same place in Toronto for 40 years, world famous for their seafood platter, also have non-seafood, vegetarian and kids menus. 69 Richmond St. W. 416-364-1344 ph, 416-364-8286 fax email@example.com www.fishermanswharf-toronto.com
Bathurst University Parliamen Spadina York St. Church Bay St. Trinity Yonge Jarvis St. St. St. t Dundas St. E. Queen St. E.Richmond St. Fisherman’sW. Wharf 69 Richmond St. W. Blowfish King St. E.668 King St. W.Front St. EPICW. 100 Front St. Pure W. Spirits 55 Mill St.Gardiner ExpyPier 4 Restaurant Queens Quay E.
Blowfish Restaurant and Sake Bar „In stylish King West district, innovative gourmet sushi complemented with hot or cold plates for sharing.‟ Recently celebrated their 9th year. 668 King St. W. 416-860-0606 ph, 416-860-1719 fax Info@blowfishrestaurant.com www.blowfishrestaurant.com
EPIC atThe Fairmont Royal York Known for their sustainable cuisine menus using seasonal, indigenous and local ingredients. “15 stories above Front St. brightens each dish” private dining rooms. 100 Front St. W. 416-860-6949ph, 416-368-9040 fax firstname.lastname@example.org www.epicrestaurant.ca
Pier 4 Storehouse Restaurant Since 1978, offering dine inside Pier 4 with private booths or „cargo boxes‟, have lighter fare at their Wallymagoo‟s Marine bar or be outside on the Pier 4 patio with fish and chips or burgers and fries. Right at the water, you have a beautiful Harbour Front view on three sides. About 3 blocks southeast of University Ave. and Front St. on map. 245 Queens Quay W. 416-203-1440 ph, 416-203-6292 fax email@example.com www.pier4rest.com
Pure SpiritsOyster House & Grill One of the most celebrated fresh fish and oyster restaurants in the city, est. nearly 150 years ago during the prohibition as a distillery. Private booths, and bar side oyster shucking entertainment, and its‟ “Best Patio in Toronto” is 100 feet from the Soulpepper Theater. 55 Mill St., Toronto 416-361-5859 ph, 416-203-9393 fax firstname.lastname@example.org www.purespirits.ca
In Conclusion EstablishingThe Waterfront Bistro in Toronto, we may keep in mind the closeness of downtown restaurants and look westward along the coastline towards Brigantine Cove and Froster Soak City. Accessible from Gardiner Expressway, Lake Shore Blvd. W., and Remembrance Dr., other places to observe nearby are the Queen Elizabeth Bldg. near Princess Blvd. and Garrison Common, more inland and next to Bathurst St.