We may be called Cabbagetown, but we have lots more to eat than the green stuff. If you are already sick of holiday leftovers or maybe need to make plans for New Year’s Eve, take a look below. For a more extensive list of Cabbagetown eateries, click here. Please don’t blame us if you have to loosen your belt though!
Time to catch up with friends over the holidays? Share a cheese board with a friend at The Local Gest featuring their chef’s selection of cheeses, seasonal fruits,fruit compote & served w/house made crostini!
Cranberries is offering a special NYE menu of… Appetizers: Tomato & Ginger Shrimp Bisque $8 or Organic Mixed Greens with Balsamic Vinaigrette $6. Mains: Chicken Roulade $19, Seafood Pasta $20 or Horseradish Crusted Rib Steak $24. Save room for Dark Chocolate Grand Marnier Mousse $6.
Which Cabbagetown restaurant made Yellow Pages’ list of Toronto’s most cozy restaurants and bars? Take a look by clicking here!
Kanpai Snack Bar recently introduced new menu items with names that will have you going just to read the menu. Grab a friend and prepare to tweet or post pics of your meal using #Cabbagetown! (Food selfies encouraged!)
At House On Parliament dinner is always late but definitely worth it on New Year’s with an amazing 4-course prix fixe meal. Yes they take reservations for this special evening so don’t wait! Click here to view menu on facebook.
The Irv Gastro Pub invites you to enjoy a three course dinner including a glass of Prosecco to toast the night for $39.99. Apps: Mushroom Soup or Simple Salad. Mains: Butternut Squash Ravioli or New York Strip or Oven Baked Halibut. Finish: Two Chocolate Mousse with Bailey’s whipped cream.
Date night over the holidays? Check out Thai Room for a casual local spot to catch up, just the two of you. Ask them about their 2 can dine for $35 menu options.
Stout Irish Pub has the best Mac And Cheese in Cabbagetown as per blogTO! This winning dish is made with asiago and smoked cheddar bechamel and comes served with house-made ketchup. Head on over to Stout and enjoy the gooey goodness during the cold months of winter. Click here to see blogTO’s original post.
The Scullery will be serving coffee, treats soups and sandwiches now through December 31st and resuming regular service on January 2nd 2016. Stop in to sample some of their treats over coffee with a friend or a good book! Open Dec. 28,29,30 8am-4pm, Dec. 31 8am-3pm. Closed Jan.1. Back to regular hours Jan.2.