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Guide to Toronto Beach Restaurants

May 3, 2010

beach-restaurantsLooking for coffee, a quick bite on the go, or a sit-down meal with friends or family? The Beach offers a diverse array of culinary options with all of its Toronto Beach restaurants, cafes, and bistros.

Amuse Bistro, 1975A Queen St. East (416) 694-0004
A relative newcomer to the area, Amuse offers fine dining with a prix-fixe Tue-Thursday.

Balsam Bistro,  2343 Queen St. E.  (647) 258-6997
Balsam offers visitors a sophisticated menu in a stylish yet casual enviroment. Two patios provide diners with the option to people watch while enjoying a delicious meal or cocktails and hors d'ouevres

Sauvignon Bistro 1862 Queen St. East (416) 686-1998
Foodies will find much to savour at Sauvignon, which features both classic French takes on beef and pork, and delicious twists on vegetarian fare.

Vivetha Bistro, 2485 Queen St. East (416) 686-5688
This Italian bistro features a cosy, casual interior and a delicious menu with plenty of flair and a more-than reasonable price point. The weekend brunch is a can't-miss, but get there early to avoid the line! Gluten-free options are available.

Whitlock's, 1961 Queen St. East
An eclectic menu offers something for everyone. The weekend brunch and patio make it a great weekend spot for noshing and people-watching. Children's menu is available.

Seaspray, 629 Kingston Road (416) 690-8880
Yumei Sushi Japanese 2116 Queen St. East (416) 698-7705
Japango Sushi & Noodle, 2209 Queen St E (416) 690-5959
Aki Da Japanese, 1911 Queen St E (416) 691-2788
Green Basil , 2120 Queen St East 416 698-2120
Green Eggplant, 1968 Queen St. East (416) (416) 913-3361
Tropical Thai Cuisine, 993 Kingston Rd (416) 699-7210

Bakeries and Cafes
Wild Earth Cafe & Bakery , 2142 Queen St. East (647) 348-0202
The Pie Shack, 2305 Queen St. East (647) 351-1411
The Remarkable Bean, 2242 Queen St. East (416) 690-2420
Starbucks, 2253 Queen Street East (416) 691-6262
Second Cup, 1948 Queen Street East, Toronto - (416) 699-2809

Casual Dining/Takeout

Lick's Homeburgers, 1960 Queen Street East
Homemade "homeburgers", kitchsy staff, and tasty fries. A favourite for families or anyone looking for a burger that tastes like it was just made.
Murphy's Law Pub , 1702 Queen St. East
Traditional pub fare and Irish favourites pepper the menu of this pub at the junction of Kingston Rd and Queen St. A streetside and rooftop patio make this a great venue. Proximity to the Beach Cinema makes this the perfect pre or post movie spot.

The Green Dragon Pub 1032 Kingston Rd, (416) 690-1782
Friendly staff and live music make for a great environment. Traditional pub food runs alongside house specialties prepared in the on-premises smoker. The pulled pork sandwich, ribs, giant wings and 12-ounce burger keep Dragon fans coming back. Children's menu available.

The Garden Gate 2379 Queen Street East (416) 694-3605
A legendary Beach haunt for more than 50 years, the Goof serves up traditional Canadian and Chinese food at great prices. Recent menu additions provide Thai and Sechuan options and dim sum.

Castro's Lounge, 2116 Queen Street East (416) 699-8272
Classic pub food, live music, a stylish interior, and even fondue. A must-visit venue!

Sunset Grill, 2006 Queen St. East (416) 690-9985
Looking for a traditional weekday breakfast or weekend brunch? You've come to the right place. Family-friendly but busy on weekends, so arrive early!</em>

Honey Bee Restaurant, 2028 Queen St. E (416) 698-5567
Chinese, Cantonese and Szechuan eat-in and take-out since 1980.

Mamma's Pizza, 2118 Queen St. East   (416) 690-0707 This Toronto chain provides traditional toppings with unexpected gourmet options. Seating is limited; opt for takeout and enjoy your Mamma's pizza in the comfort of home.

Quigley's on the Beach Bar & Bistro
Just try to find a spot on the patio of this Beach favourite! A great place to meet up with friends or enjoy a weekend brunch.

The Tulip Steakhouse
Steak-lovers have been coming to The Tulip since 1929. The interior leaves much to be desired, but what it lacks in style, it makes up for in the traditionally prepared and served fare. Look for weekend, weekday, and holiday specials.

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