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SFF (Single Female Foodie) Seeks Some Ideas for Solo Toronto Weekend


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SFF (Single Female Foodie) Seeks Some Ideas for Solo Toronto Weekend

shaiken | May 19, 2010 07:18 AM

I'm a mid-40's New Yorker, leaving the family behind for a weekend of eating / sleeping / wandering / relaxing / shopping & dreaming in Toronto in July. I've booked at room at the Thompson and while I have not researched all of the transportation options, I'm willing to hop in a cab (bus / train / whatever) for a good meal! From Friday to Sunday I'll be able to get in 2 lunches, 1 breakfast, 1 brunch and two dinners.

I've done all the foodie restaurants in NYC, so am looking for unique to Toronto restaurants, with lots of style / atmosphere, great local / organic ingredients and not a lot of attitude. This is what I've come up with so far:


Black Hoof / Cafe

Since I only have two any of these do a good lunch? How far ahead do I need to reserve (I know Black Hoof doesn't take reso's)? I figured I'd eat at the bar at Splendido, so probably no need for a reso there. E.A.B. sounds really intriguing. What to do, what to do?


I figure one lunch I'll eat wandering around the market.
Any ideas for a second lunch....maybe somewhere with a great outdoor (roof / patio / waterfront) location since, hopefully, the weather will be nice in July?

Breakfast / Brunch:

Niagra Street Cafe looks good for brunch on Sunday (bacon jam? seriously?! Yum).
Ideas for breakfast on Saturday - or should I sleep in and order room service?!

Anything great I've missed, that is particularly suitable for a solo diner?



88 Harbord Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1G5, CA

The Black Hoof
928 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J, CA

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