Queue de Cheval
The palatial Windsor was Canada’s first grand hotel (1878) and played host to all manner of international guests and celebrities,...
This high-tech fitness center offers a barrage of weight-lifting, cycling and climbing machines. Various courses like aerobics, spinning...
This leafy expanse in the heart of downtown was known until 1988 as Dominion Sq, a reminder of Canada’s founding in 1867. A Catholic...
Hurley’s Irish Pub
This cozy place features live rock and fiddling Celtic folk on the rear stage and beer-soaked football and soccer matches on big-screen...
Another favorite deli in downtown, Reuben’s has squishy booths and a long counter, where patrons line up for towering smoked-meat...
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Lonely Planet review
This mecca of expense-account carnivores serves up delectable prime beef that’s dry-aged on the premises. Order from a dozen varieties of mammoth-sized steaks that span filet mignon, T-bone and thick slabs of marbled tenderloin, and then watch as it’s char-broiled in the pyrotechnics of the open kitchen. Due to local construction, the Q will move to a new location in the neighborhood for two years from November 2012; check the website. Reserve as early as possible.