The Hot House

The Hot House

Address: 35 Church St, Toronto, Ontario M5E 1T3, Canada
(Front and Church)
Phone Number: +1 416-366-7800

Hours:
Sun 09:30 – 23:00
Mon – Thu 11:00 – 23:00
Fri 11:00 – 00:00
Sat 10:00 – 00:00

from their website: http://www.hothouserestaurant.com/

“Located in Downtown Toronto’s historic St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, The Hot House Restaurant & Bar offers great food and wine, service, and a comfortable atmosphere at a reasonable price. The Hot House is in close proximity to the city’s Financial and Theatre districts, and is within walking distance of The Bluma Theatre, The Air Canada Centre, The Sony Centre, The Rogers Centre, and many other major Toronto attractions, theatres, and sports/concert venues.
The sun-drenched 150 seat patio at the Hot House is an excellent setting to sample some fine Italian wines, Canadian craft beers, or the one of the best mojitos and margaritas in the city. The Hot House also offers group menus and private areas ideal for birthdays, weddings, showers, office parties, meetings, or any other function
Whether it’s for a special occasion, a romantic dinner, a quick meal before seeing a show, or just a casual night of snacks and cocktails, The Hot House Restaurant & Bar offers a setting for casual fine dining.”

Free Times Cafe

Free Times Cafe
320 College St. Toronto, ON M5T 1S3
2 blocks West of Spadina
Mon – Sat: 10 am – 2 am
Sunday: 10 am – 1 am
Owner Judy Perly is available Call:
416-967-1078
freetimescafe@rogers.com

from their website: http://www.freetimescafe.com/
“AUTHENTIC HOMEMADE JEWISH, MIDDLE EASTERN & CANADIAN FOOD
35 years ago, Judy Perly established
Free Times Cafe as a Toronto cultural and food institution. As a fully licensed restaurant and bar hosting nightly original music, Free Times has established a reputation as the best and most authentic club for live music and home cooked food. Free Times is also recognized for having presented over 900 of their fabulous ‘Bella! Did Ya Eat?’ Sunday Jewish Brunch Buffets with live Klezmer and Yiddish music.”