13 places to drink wine on Sundays in Toronto
So it’s Sunday and we want to go out for good wine and good food, where do we go? Perhaps you have a favourite that you always return to and want to check out new wine bars and wine restaurants? We have gathered the wine places on Star Wine List in Toronto that are open on Sundays – cheers and have a great Sunday!
Phone: +1 647-748-0909
Address: 909 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON
Archive is a casual Toronto wine bar with small plates for sharing.
Address: 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, ON
The restaurant BlueBlood Steakhouse resides in the historic castle Casa Loma in midtown Toronto and is fast becoming a steakhouse destination in Toronto.
Phone: (416) 597-0335
Address: 7 Elm St, Toronto, ON
Barberian’s steakhouse is a Toronto institution with charcoal grilled favourites like the Ribeye that should not be missed.
Phone: (416) 532-2222
Address: 797 College Street, Toronto
The restaurant that started Toronto’s Iberian revolution is located on the edge of College Street’s Little Italy neighborhood. Warm wood and colourful glass accent the bustling room where reservations are bragged about among diners who know. The ever-evolving menu features big flavours, many smaller tapas dishes and balanced larger plates. Spanish titles dominate the wine list, with both benchmarks and lesser-known gems from exciting producers on offer. The list is rounded out by well thought out old-world offerings, as well as some of the sommelier’s preferred Canadian wines.
Phone: +1 416-703-4222
Address: 169 Niagara St, Toronto, ON
Edulis restaurant in Toronto offers 5 or 7 course meals chosen from seasonal ingredients and is served in a cozy and welcoming setting. The food is largely seafood & vegetable inspired and there is a special black & white truffle menu when truffles are in season.
Phone: (416) 964-0606
Address: 972 College Street West, Toronto
This sleek Italian restaurant sits on the west end of Toronto’s College Street strip. The Roman-inspired menu will please even the staunchest traditionalist. Sitting at the kitchen bar is the best way to watch the chef’s control and precision in action.
Phone: +1 416-366-0200
Address: 12 Brant St, Toronto, ON
Jacobs & Co is an elegantly decorated fine dining steakhouse restaurant in Toronto. In addition to the temperature controlled wine cellar, Jacobs & Co also has an in-house dry-aging room for their steaks.
Phone: +1 416-929-4900
Address: 492 Queen St W, Toronto, ON
La Palette is a casual and cozy French bistro restaurant in Toronto that serves classic dishes as a great neighborhood spot.
Phone: +1 (647) 345 7005
Address: 1434 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON
Midfield is a relaxed and casual Toronto wine bar focusing on small plates, cheese and charcuterie to complement the interesting and always changing wine list.
Phone: +1 416-921-3105
Address: 37 Prince Arthur Ave, Toronto, ON
Opus restaurant in Toronto resides in the affluent Yorkville neighborhood with European inspired cuisine and top notch service.
Phone: +1 416-535-5656
Address: 1161 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON
The Toronto wine bar Paris Paris offers patrons to enjoy wine in a fun, unpretentious setting (Rock and Pop classics from the 1990s fill the room). The food menu has some original gems showing French/Chinese influence.
Phone: +1 416-572-8008
Address: 181 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON
TOCA restaurant is located in Toronto’s Ritz-Carlton hotel and offers Italian cuisine from local ingredients.
Phone: +1 416-622-6677
Address: 1750 The Queensway, Etobicoke, ON
Via Allegro Ristorante is a fine Italian dining restaurant in Etobicoke, west of Toronto.
Via Allegro is temporarily closed.