Glen Grove Conservatory Tower

736 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5G2M4, Canada
Glen Grove Conservatory Tower
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French Restaurant

by losham

My husband and I will be in Toronto the end of April and would like to find a French restaurant (or any other type restaurant) that serves Frog's legs.
We are staying near Union Station so any location would be easy for us to reach.
Thanks for your help.
Losham

Re: French Restaurant

by hotsauce28

Hi Losham,
Try
www.fortebistro.ca
www.foxleybistro.com
www.leselect.com
They're all in the downtown area so easy to get to.
Bon apetit!

Re: French Restaurant

by losham

Hi Hotsauce28

Thank you for your suggestion. I hope to get to one of those places.
I came across two other places:

LE MONTMARTE--911 Shepphard Ave
BUMPKINS--21 Glouster St

that also looked very good (especially for an anniversary)
Do you know anything about these two?

Thanks again for your help.

Losham

Re: French Restaurant

by hotsauce28

Hey Losham,

I haven't been to either of these places but Le Montmarte is a bit out of the way - ghetto-ish area. Because you're staying downtown, I'd suggest one of the others. Bumpkins is in a great location, one subway ride up right by the station.

One of my fave french places is La Palette.
It's in Kensington market (really cute area)and the restaurant is a tiny, funky little converted house with rickety chairs and table but the ambiance is great! But no frog legs. =( Regardless of whether you go to La Palette or not, I highly suggest you take a walk around the market in the day time. Great coffee houses too!

Let me know if you have any other questions!

Sauce

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Reminds me of home

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Toronto reminds me a lot of Chicago, indeed Toronto has been known to stand in for Chicago in the movies on more than one occasion. Both cities are a large melting pot of different ethnicities set on one of the Great Lakes. Our weather is similar, the downtown streets in both cities are set on a grid which makes it easy to get around, lots of tall buildings to crane your neck at and plenty of places to get a good meal; both cities have a good sized Chinatown, Greektown and Little Italy as well as many other ethnic offerings.

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Casa Loma

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Casa Loma is Canada's foremost castle. It has secret passages, an 800 foot tunnel, towers, stables, and gardens. It was built by Sir Henry Pellatt to fulfill a childhood dream. It took 3 years and 3.5 million dollars to complete it.

It is open daily from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm. Casa Loma is located at 1 Austin Terrace

Phone: 416-923-1171
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Black Creek Pioneer Village

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The great place for them to learn the history of the area

1000 Murray Ross Pkwy.

Directions:
Jane St. and Steeles Ave.

Phone: (416) 736-1733 Dates & Hours
The Village is open to the general public from May 1 until December 31, 2005 (Closed December 25th & 26th).

Weekdays Weekends / Holidays
May - June 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
July to Labour Day 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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(Closed Dec. 25,26) 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. 11 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Cultural Effence

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Hi I'm a 12 year old girl doing a small report on the heritage od Canada, but every site i go it has Canada, Canada, Canada, but there is nothing about the religon and different cultures in that we have. There is not even any pictures. The main reason why people travel to Canada is to explore different culture's foods, clothing, lifestyle, and many other things. If thats' mainly why tourists come to Canada, then why is it not expressed over the net as much as it really is?

Sincerily, A Caring Citizen, Cassandra- 12

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