10 of the Best Celebration Restaurants in Toronto 2021

The holiday season is here, and it's time to reconnect with your loved ones and add fun to the festivities. To make it more appealing, we have created a list of 10 of the best celebration restaurants in Toronto in 2021.

1.       Alo

This restaurant has won the top spot in Canada's 100 best restaurants 4 years in a row. The menu is primarily French with international influences. Each meal will be a treat for your tastebuds, and the dinner usually lasts for 3 hours! Learn more here.

2.       Giulietta

Another award-winning restaurant, this place offers a classic Italian experience. Executive Chef Rob Rossi owns it, and their pizzas are stellar. You can choose internal dining or their takeout from Thursday and Saturday for an awesome celebration. Learn more here.

3.       Byblos

Serving Eastern Mediterranean-inspired dishes, this restaurant has two locations in Toronto. Its menu is designed for sharing, and it offers an excellent variety of rice. It's open for both takeout and deliveries. Learn more here.

4.       Canoe

A classic that has been there for more than two decades, this restaurant is known for its quality of food and service. It serves seasonal contemporary Canadian cuisine. It also offers at-home dinner kits for two available for pickup on Saturdays and Sundays. You should also try Cellar 54, a curated selection of wines for delivery or pickup to add more charm to your celebrations. Learn more here.

5.       Piano Piano

The baby of Chef Victor Barry, this restaurant offers comforting Italian food where you can enjoy rich pastas, delectable wood-fired pizzas, and excellent alcohol options. Both locations offer pickup and delivery. Learn more here.

6.       FARE by Food Dudes

Experience deliciously curated food boxes to make your celebrations more fun. It offers Dinner Party, Wine & Chill, and Breakfast bed options. All are worth trying. Learn more here.

7.       Scaramouche Restaurant

Enjoy Chef/owner Keith Froggett's sophisticated cuisine while gazing at the stunning nighttime vista of the downtown Toronto skyline. They work to make every dining experience memorable. Read more here.

8.       Yasu - Sushi Bar

Executive Chef and Owner Yasuhisa Ouchi helps you make your celebrations fun by offering the ocean's best catches and the craft of sushi in this award-winning Toronto eatery. The Omakase course is worth a shot. Read more here.

9.       Joso's

Jaso Spralja founded this restaurant in the 1960s, and since then, it has been offering a wide variety of fish species from all over the world. The meals are always presented in their natural beauty. Read more here.

10.   DaiLo

Last on the list but totally worth it, this restaurant offers sumptuous Asian Cuisine. Every meal comes with Chef Nick Liu's signature flair. It also meets the modern demand for local and sustainable ingredients. Read more here.

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Need more? Read about the 50 best restaurants for 2021 over here.

Are you hoping to stay healthy this holiday season? Learn about the Canada food guide here.  




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