or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel › Solo birthday dinner in Toronto?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Solo birthday dinner in Toronto? - Page 3

post #31 of 58
Quote:
Originally Posted by wetnose View Post
So where did you go, tomgirl?
Hot Dog on a Stick.
post #32 of 58
...
post #33 of 58
post #34 of 58
Quote:
Originally Posted by Matt View Post
Kyle, get your ass on a bus and take the girl for dinner!

Happy birthday Katie.

If I were ever in Toronto, I'd totally take Tgirl out for some chow. Wouldn't even try to boan her afterward.
post #35 of 58
Quote:
Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
If I were ever in Toronto, I'd totally take Tgirl out for some chow. Wouldn't even try to boan her afterward.

its just a 9 hour ride you wuss. you blew it.
post #36 of 58
Quote:
Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
If I were ever in Toronto, I'd totally take Tgirl out for some chow. Wouldn't even try to boan her afterward.

because of sore weiner
post #37 of 58
Quote:
Originally Posted by ChicagoRon View Post

oh the memories
post #38 of 58
Quote:
Originally Posted by frenchy View Post
because of sore weiner
post #39 of 58
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by GQgeek View Post


Sorry. I haven't eaten out much since being here, except for a couple not cheap, but unexceptional places in little italy.

Btw, do girls call people dude? Starting to think you'e a puppet again! Feel free to prove me wrong though!

I call everyone dude.

Quote:
Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
If I were ever in Toronto, I'd totally take Tgirl out for some chow. Wouldn't even try to boan her afterward.



I wish.

Srsly though, I actually ended up (after much personal debate) going out with a companion to Pizzeria Libretto on Ossington. Close to where I live and it was pretty good. Casual and fun.

Thanks for NOTHING, you guys. (kidding!)
post #40 of 58
happy birthday, sock puppet!
post #41 of 58
Happy Belated!!

As to finding a great place to eat in T.O, like Chicago, they say that if you want, you can eat at a different restaurant every night and never have to hit the same place twice. A little over stated perhaps, but yeah, there are a gazillion places to choose from, and more popping up all the time. As to hipsters and vegans, ... .... .... trust you're making new friends, mate (it's a big city, over 3 million live in the place, with another 5 or so million within driving distance (toss in Upstate NY and Montreal ... hey, there's an idea: head out to Manhattan or Montreal for a night on the town, great fun to do when solo, and all your friends may wisen up and take you out on your special day or eat with you at least, sheesh).

Uh, as to places in T.O, what are you into? If you're just looking for a great meal, head out to Anthony's or the King Eddie downtown, or uptown to Yorkville (there's a resto in a house up there, steak and wine list is good (at least it used to be), then bop over to Yorkville proper for some martinis, etc. If it's low key you want, head east to the Beaches - a little place on Queen just east of Woodbine called Whitlocks, also good steak and a decent wine list. Can hang out with the hipsters after at one of the local pubs (tell your vegan friends they make good salads, and drag them along ... OR, can do the entertainment district, there's some great (and not so great) restos down there (all the rage/trendy thing, right?). If you like steak, Ruth Chris is there, then can head out to the clubs or whatever for a night club. All depends on what you want: fun to play tourist in one's own town and see what's what, I agree. There are also lots of piano bar/martini places, if prefer over a loud night club. Of course, can also head over to the theatre district and take in a show, or do anything you want - it's your special night, afterall (and hope it was fun).

Cheers
post #42 of 58
Quote:
Originally Posted by tomgirl View Post
I call everyone dude.





I wish.

Srsly though, I actually ended up (after much personal debate) going out with a companion to Pizzeria Libretto on Ossington. Close to where I live and it was pretty good. Casual and fun.

Thanks for NOTHING, you guys. (kidding!)

Was it real pizza? How was it? I go to a couple hole in the wall mexican places a couple blocks from ossington/bloor. It's not near where I live, per say, but it's on the way home and it's cheap and pretty good (for what it is), so i stop there when i don't feel like cooking (a lot lately) or have no food.
post #43 of 58
You should have come down to Atlanta. I'd have kept you company...
post #44 of 58
I think eating alone is one of the most romantic things in the world, in a 1931 Paris Henry Miller kind of way. It is a lost art. I approve of your decision.
post #45 of 58
Quote:
Originally Posted by tomgirl View Post
[...]
Srsly though, I actually ended up (after much personal debate) going out with a companion to Pizzeria Libretto on Ossington. Close to where I live and it was pretty good. Casual and fun.

Thanks for NOTHING, you guys. (kidding!)

Hey, if I remember correctly, I suggested Pizza.
I demand recognition! Alternatively, I'll take a Libretto pizza
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel › Solo birthday dinner in Toronto?