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Jazz Bistro

Posted by Staff / Listed on April 17, 2013 / review policy

Jazz Bistro TorontoJazz Bistro has once again given new life to the iconic 251 Victoria Street address. Once home to both Savoy and the Top of the Senator Jazz Club, the space was left dark for 8 years before new owners Colin and Joan Hunter stepped in and reopened the space earlier this year. Featuring a rotating list of talented performers, the restaurant/lounge features classic bistro-style offerings like roasted lamb served with a creamy risotto topped with goat jus and mint relish ($28) or a crispy duck confit served with leeks, red cabbage and brandied prune sauce ($24). Vegetarians might opt for the butternut squash ravioli ($16) while vegans best steer clear.



Ray Porrill / July 10, 2014 at 09:58 am
I really recommend this restaurant. The decor is fresh and comfortable. They had an open jam session going and I got to play with some amazing musicians. My wife and I had a wonderful evening. And the roasted red pepper and spinach dip is excellent.
mario / September 12, 2014 at 08:08 pm
Best jazz place in town. The music, the food, the art decorations and the calamari.
Barbara Cole / April 24, 2015 at 11:16 pm
Rude patrons rule at Jazz Bistro
We will never go back!

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