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Feeding kids at Bloor & University

Milofsky Nov 28, 2010 04:47 PM

I'm looking for a good spot to take a couple of 3 year-olds for lunch on Tuesday at Bloor & University... any ideas?

  1. m
    Milofsky Nov 29, 2010 04:00 PM

    Thanks everyone - great suggestions!

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      Snarf Nov 29, 2010 07:40 AM

      Ciao on Yorkville close to Avenue Road does very reasonable (for the area) pizza and pastas, and has banquette seating. Toni Bulloni on Cumberland has high chairs.

      Toni Bulloni
      156 Cumberland St, Toronto, ON M5R1A8, CA

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      1. re: Snarf
        Toronto Fastfoodie Nov 29, 2010 11:25 AM

        You will want to get in and out and probably don't care as much about fanciness as you do quality and appropriate for the age, right? What about egg restaurant that is right on Bloor. It is in the same building as the subway. Also, the burrito place that is there? I forget the name. Just make sure yo specify no spice.

      2. c
        cheesymama Nov 29, 2010 02:47 AM

        The cafe in the basement of the ROM has plenty of kid friendly choices. I'm pretty sure you don't have to pay admission if you are just going to one of the restaurants.

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        1. re: cheesymama
          peppermint pate Nov 29, 2010 07:11 AM

          Agree about the ROM cafe, though they offer way too many tempting candies en route to the cash registers (same with the Science Centre, makes me mental). Other options...Pho Hung across the street for kid-friendly Vietnamese, Le Pain Quotidien or the creperie next-door to it at Yonge and Yorkville, Studio Cafe in the Four Seasons if you want to go more upscale (but still kid-friendly).

          Le Pain Quotidien
          10 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M4W, CA

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