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places in/around the Sheraton

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itryalot Feb 8, 2009 04:32 AM

Will be checking in late at the Sheraton (7ish) and wanted to grab something to eat. Tried the resto in the bldg and was very dissapointed. (the one off the lobby on the mainfloor by the escalators).
Any suggestions in/around. (Grillhouse or such with a variety of foods, not ethnic necessarily. We'll be a group of 10). Don't mind walking but not more than 5 mins. Not overly expensive either.

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    IMEC Feb 8, 2009 06:53 AM

    Forte? Nota Bene?

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      ChalkBoy Feb 8, 2009 07:58 AM

      According to the website, Nota Bene is closed Sunday.

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        Jab05 Feb 8, 2009 03:48 PM

        Little Anthnoy's is a great little spot for a quick meal with great service at resonable prices, I been there a few times before the opera. The Keg is probably the last place in that area i would eat at I find the food and service very very slow there.

    2. Squeakycheese Feb 8, 2009 06:05 AM

      There's an old school Italian opposite called (I think) Anthonys- its pretty good.

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        Wiley Feb 8, 2009 06:31 AM

        Little Anthony's, actually..

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          Bigtigger Feb 8, 2009 02:04 PM

          Little Anthony's is one of those places best avoided: not inexpensive, undistinguished and not even delicious old school red sauce Italian - just bland bland bland and a bit of everything without much atmosphere or any distinct characteristics. I'd take the Keg any day.

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            Squeakycheese Feb 8, 2009 03:22 PM

            Beg to differ- the spaghetti bolognese is pretty good, and it seems quite reasonable price wise to me. Keg meanwhile is one of the worst steak places I have ever encountered!

            Do you work there, Bigtigger?

      2. T Long Feb 8, 2009 05:13 AM

        The York Street Keg (165 York) and Ematei (Japanese cuisine - 30 St Patrick) are both walking distant, and should meet your criterias. Ematei's strength is their cooked items (sushi is just average). The Keg is one of the better franchise locations in Toronto.

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