Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Food Sisterhood Approved: Top 5 Toronto Eateries To Destress After Work

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is cook, but rather you'd want to enjoy some food, delicious drinks with some good company.

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We know that feeling well so we've compiled our Top 5 places to head to after work!  A good atmosphere, tasty & satisfying dishes (tapas style is a plus), and a nice stiff drink are pretty much necessities to wind down, relax and enjoy some quality time.
In no particular order:

This lively Japanese bar has been popular since it opened its first doors on Church St. (from Vancouver originally) and when it opened Sakabar on Bathurst & Bloor st. the love for Japanese inspired food & drinks continued.

With well-priced tapas style food, intriguing everyday specials like lobster sashimi, plus Japanese beer, wine and sake, Guu continues to be Toronto's most loved Izakaya.

Food Sisterhood loves: Takowasabi, Okonomiyaki, Yakiudon, Sake mojito, Bamboo Cocktail

2. Osteria Dei Ganzi

This new kid on the block is becoming the coolest kid on the block.  That's really no surprise with their Mixologist Joao creating the best cocktails, huge wrap-around patio and deliciously unique authentic Italian food.

Food Sisterhood loves: Misto Woodboard, Tiramisu, Piccante Pizza, White Sangria

3. Crush Wine Bar

Located in the King St. neighbourhood, you'll see lots of people here for dinner and after work drinks.  Their extensive wine list is sure to have the perfect pairing for whatever you choose to eat!

PS. Their patio is beautiful so be sure to check that out!

Food Sisterhood loves: Crush Charcuterie Board, Beef Carpaccio, Buttermilk Battered Onion Rings

4. Odd Seoul

Late night hot spot right on Ossington & Queen with awesome tapas style dishes that represent the East-meets-West trend.  Really tasty food with flavours that explode in your mouth are waiting for you here - the last thing you'll think about is project that's due at the end of the week.

Food Sisterhood loves: 'The Loosey', Makegoli (Korean Rice Wine), Tempura Prawns, O.S. Wings

5. JOEY Restaurant

Joey Restaurants offer some of the best premium casual food in Toronto.  Not only that, but their eclectic and cool vibe is perfect for cocktails after work, date night or a girls night out.  Their menu gives you a wide variety of dishes with inspirations from all around the world: pasta, sushi, sandwiches, steak, fish and butter chicken!

This is the perfect place to go if you and your friends just can't decide on what to eat.

Food Sisterhood loves: Ahi Tuna Tacos, Lobster Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Calamari Frito, Joey Bursts

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