Where to dine with a Pescetarian?
- Googs Sep 3, 2007 02:16 PM
Need a place for a birthday celebration. Luckily this will take place just after TIFF so I don't have to worry about lack of available seating. Prefer a place where 3 women can relax and talk so no fast turnover and no noisy places although lively is just fine. MUST have a good wine list with a lot of selection by the glass. Decor is important to them and since it's not myyyyyy birthday I better consider that. A Mediterranean place would be ideal as long as it isn't Joso. While I don't mind the occasional boob in a room I really prefer when it's a person's attitude, not "art". I have a limit to my 'don't need no decor' level. Preferred grazing range would be Yonge-Eglinton to downtown.
BTW I put this into the search engine, but all I came up with is postings by Pescetarian. Something to consider when picking your handle I guess. No offense P!
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Thank you for the seafood suggestions. I had considered both Chiado and Starfish, To be more specific, though, we're trying to find a place where she has many options not just either seafood or vegetarian. Typically she's the one reduced to 3, 4 choices on a menu while I and my other friend go wild. It would be nice if the tables turned for the birthday girl.
Here I go again... Quince on Yonge St south of Eglinton - they do wood-oven fish and various other yummy dishes, great sides, great vibe. Sigh. I gush.
2110 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M4S 2A5, CA