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Morton's, The Steakhouse combines the comfortable with the classy. Surrounded by dark wood, rich leathers, and crisp white linens, a waiter details the menu by displaying the actual ingredients. If the appetite is there, order the house specialty, Porterhouse Steak, a complete mouthwatering delight. It also offers private dining facilities. For more details, call ahead.
Located in the historic Gothic Revival style Euclid Hall in Toronto, Ontario, Keg Mansion offers the best of both worlds. Primarily a steakhouse, the restaurant sees a classy and sophisticated crowd. An ideal place for a special evening, the steak at the restaurant is absolutely delicious and so is the prime rib. The bar has a good selection of wines and the service is prompt. End your meal with a Billy Miner Pie.
Fran's on College Street is a city landmark that everyone must visit at least once. Opening its doors in the 1940s, it boasts a retro diner décor. The neon sign and booth seating take diners back to a time that is remembered fondly by those of the era. Known for their incredible milkshakes and home fries, come in any time of the day or night for friendly service and comfort food of all kinds. Over the years, its menu has expanded, and they've opened a few more locations, but that is the only thing that has really changed.
Set in a historic 1860 house, this classy yet casual steakhouse serves as an eclectic dining spot for families, sports fans, athletes and CEOs. The decor matches the ambiance with a wooden bar and paneling, as well as dark, wine colored accents, topped off by impeccable service. Specialties of the house include Rib and Salmon Steaks. A late-night menu features delicacies such as Cheese Fondue, Baked Alaska, Grand Marnier Soufflé and Crepes Suzette. Wine lovers can choose from rows upon rows of finely aged wines from all around the world. Overall, Barberian's reputation echoes throughout the city and is the prime choice for a fantastic steak any time of the year.
Jacobs & Co. Steakhouse serves some of the most deliciously handcrafted steaks. Located in the Fashion District, this steakhouse also doubles as a piano bar, where you can sit for hours and listen to the pianist play. Offering a lavish ambience and courteous service, the restaurant serves an eclectic menu of meats, which are sourced from the best possible places. The menu consists of a wide range of dishes to please everyone's palate. Try the Kurobuta Pork Ribeye, Caesar Salad, Beef Tartar and Seafood Tower, which promise to be as awesome as the list of house-aged steaks. Round off your meal with one of the delectable desserts on offer. Reserve a table for that special occasion, and allow the team at Jacob's to take you on an unforgettable gastronomical journey.
Located on the plush premises of the Toronto Harbour Commission Building, Harbour Sixty offers delicious food in an elegant and refined setting. Visit this sophisticated restaurant and rub shoulders with cabinet ministers, high-tech moguls and the elite of the power structure. It's a carnivore's delight with the thickest, juiciest steak in North America.
Dark interiors, country style décor, low lighting, a huge crowd and live music greet you as you enter the portals of The Dakota Tavern. Gorge on lip smacking mac and cheese, crunchy red cabbage, spiced nuts and cherry tomato salad, and fish served on tacos with cabbage and lime, as you listen to some fine country music. On their famous brunch days, your platter is lined up with unlimited food: cheese, steak, bacon, eggs, juice, coffee, pancakes among other goodies, that you can wash down with a mug of chilled beer. This is a good place to meet new people, groove to good music and have a filling meal.