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Evening take-out in the financial district

Does anyone have any suggestions for a good place to grab some delicious late-evening (8 or 9pm) take-out in the financial district (Bay & King area)? I work long hours and everything closes around 6 when most of the workers go home.

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  1. I believe that Mercatto will do take out . They close at 9 pm. Try giving them a call.

    1. Terroni and Trimurti are open pretty late most days of the week. Until 10, I think.
      Manpuku's kitchens are open to about 10:30 (they close at 11).
      Harlem's kitchens vary, but they are technically open to 10?

      They're all not quite in the right area, but it's what I know...!

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      Trimurti
      265 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V1Z4, CA

      Harlem
      67 Richmond St E, Toronto, ON M5C1N9, CA

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      1. re: jlunar

        Oops. goobered on the Terroni location and can't edit. So... here you go.

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        Terroni
        57 Adelaide St E, Toronto, ON M5C1K6, CA

      2. I dunno man, there's not much. Everything's shut down quick. Would second Mercatto. I'd usually just go down and grab a personal pizza at Richtree, that pie being practically the only passable choice there. You can get decent sandwiches from Petit Four (try the smoked salmon) in Commerce Court, and also have access to the Four and Far Niente menus. They close at 9, but prolly earlier on Thursdays and Fridays. Maybe Vertical in FCP if ya wanna get a little fancy?

          1. I order delivery from Sushi Marche semi regularly. Its a bit far for them so I fin its best to give them earlier notice so they can make arrangements.

            1. In Commerce Court, Four restaurant has a takeout window that's open till 9, I think. Not cheap, but pretty decent sandwiches and salads. And delicious mini parfaits.

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              Four
              187 Bay Street, Toronto, ON M5L 1G5, CA

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              1. re: AverageJo

                i agree on 4

                great sandwiches and soup -- and amazing tiny desserts

              2. I would agree on Terroni as well just for the flavour. It might be a little ugly by the time you go depending on how busy it is. I have done take out at lunch and the new location can be a little frustrating when you are getting take out (unless it has gotten better recently). Call first to order.

                Two other spots - Szechuan Szechuan at First Canadian and Marche (Richtree) in BCE place would also both be available for take out.

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                1. re: Otonabee

                  I think Petit Four is one of the best options, as much as it pains me to admit it. There is a horrific dearth of good take-out options in the Financial District despite the number of suckers like me who need take-out regularly. If I eat sushi from dismal places like Ninki one more time I think I’m going to, well, whine a little louder.

                  By the way, Szechuan Szechuan is only worth visiting out of nostalgia for the Chinese food of 30 years ago. That place is noteworthy only because it's so succesful despite its mediocrity..

                2. There are 2 locations of Ninki Sushi, one on Adelaide just west on Yonge, one in the Scotia Plaza near Winners. The former, if not both, are open till 9. Passable Japanese food, though I've only been there once.

                  http://www.ninki.ca/