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Any recommendations regarding where to go to lunch near the ROM??

Going to the Royal Ontario Museum tomorrow need some recommendations for where to go for lunch?

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  1. hmmm what's your price range? are there kids in tow? casual or more formal?

    it's Yorkville so the options can vary oh so much.

    WON
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    1. re: wontonfm

      No kids..
      not to casual but not to high brow either...
      open to suggestions...

      1. re: wontonfm

        One of my favourites in the area is Fieramosca on Prince Arthur - great Italian food.

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        Fieramosca
        36A Prince Arthur Ave, Toronto, ON M5R1A9, CA

      2. C5 in ROM is one of my favorites. Check it out.
        www.c5restaurant.ca

        1. Hart House Gallery Grill
          http://www.harthouse.utoronto.ca/hh/p...

          Harbord Room
          http://www.theharbordroom.com/food.html

          Boulevard Cafe

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          Gallery Grill
          7 Hart House Cir, Toronto, ON M5S, CA

          Boulevard Cafe
          161 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S1H1, CA

          Harbord Room
          89 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S1G4, CA

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          1. re: toveggiegirl

            I do not think the Harbord Room is open for lunch.

            Caren's Wine Bar is also in the area (www.carenswineandcheese.com). Or you could go across the street to Jamie Kennedy's restaurant in the Gardiner Museum.

            1. re: Rabbit

              Oops. It was late when I wrote that! They are only open for brunch on weekends (or maybe just Sundays).

          2. Bar Mercurio and L'Espresso Mercurio at the corner of St. George and Bloor. Espresso Mercurio has panini and good coffee. Bar Mercurio has pizzas. I have eaten at both and they're competent and not too expensive. I have a client in the area and it's always my lunch or brekkie standby.

            1. Another suggestion -- Jamie Kennedy at the Gardner which is right across Queen's Park Circle from the Museum. It is gorgeous.