Bathe in natural light during your visit in front of floor-to-ceiling windows. Featuring classic French cuisine, Chabrol is petite (16-seat) venue tucked away in Yorkville. Ultra-popular, it may be tricky to find a spot for dinner, however, it’s the perfect spot for lunch if you find yourself in Yorkville. In summer, the covered patio is a beautiful get-a-way.
Situated across from the ROM, up a flight of stairs, Museum Tavern echoes styles of an old New York bar + bistro. Designed with every detail in mind, it has a glamourous bar on one side and bistro on the other, featuring an elevated “steak-frites” type menu. Truly a vibrant and bustling bistro. Perhaps their “best view in Toronto” is a stretch but the décor is fun.
Steeped in many years of history, it’s a Yorkville after work hot spot that proudly displays its old regulars. It’s rooftop patio, (closed for winter but typically reopening around St. Patrick’s Day), boasts a retractable covering combined with heating lamps. The Pilot features an eclectic menu, live jazz on the second floor, and a heated rooftop patio. It’s been around for ages and continues to be a place where friends meet.