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Saturday afternoon, fun and lively...

Moimoi | Dec 18, 201409:33 PM     5

A favourite cousin has a stopover this Saturday afternoon (approx. 2/3-6:30pm) in Toronto and I'm looking for a lively spot with great food for three... We don't want to walk into a dead zone.

We're open to everything from high-end to pub-like (within reason), but "lively" is high on the list, and food of course must be yummy (open to any and all types of cuisine)... As for location, I was going to "up" this challenge by throwing in her need to be back at the airport by 7pm so it should be something that is highway-accessible, but I think she's flexible with location. Let's assume as a starting point that she'll be uptown (Yonge/Lawrence). Bonus points for something fun, yummy, cool AND easily accessible to the airport afterward. I figure that a post like this will be timeless, so looking forward to feedback.

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