Saturday 28 February 2015

Parlor Foods & Co., Toronto, ON

Gord and I had tickets to see The Heart of Robin Hood this evening.  We had supper beforehand at Parlor Foods, which is across the street from the theatre (at King Street W/Blue Jays Way).  They have been open for about ten weeks.

At Parlor Foods it's all about bringing back the joy of dining. Based on the ideals of a wood burning Parlor stove, and the gathering of family, friends and loved ones. The Parlor Stove was the backbone of the household used for heating, cooking and socializing. At Parlor Foods & Co. you will receive fine dining level of service in a casual down to earth atmosphere. Serving up an ever changing ingredient driven Canadian menu with a focus on sharing plates, along side our hand picked 100% VQA Wine list, Toronto craft micro brews, and an exciting cocktail menu showcasing small batch distilleries.

I ordered the Burger (without cheese or lettuce).  It was a good burger as were the fries.  I'd get it again.


Gord ordered Street Meat (without the jalapeno).  He said there were very good but needed a side dish (fries, salad, etc.).  I shared my fries with him.

The bathrooms are downstairs and there are inspirational sayings on the stairs.

Some people look for a beautiful place ... others makes a place beautiful
You say I'm a dreamer but I'm not the only one
The sign for the washrooms
The wine cellar is next to the bathrooms

Our server was Emma.  She was friendly and enthusiastic and took good care of us.

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