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5 Toronto restaurants you and your grandparents will all love

These Toronto restaurants you and your grandparents will all love are contemporary spots that'll impress diners of all ages. From classic French fare to South American dishes and dim sum, you'll have lots to choose from when you take grandma and grandpa out for a special meal.

Here are 5 Toronto restaurants you and your grandparents will all love.

Greta Solomon's
Visit this cozy Leslieville spot for a French-inspired meal made with fresh ingredients. It's a quaint, well-decorated little restaurant where your conversation doesn't need to compete with loud music.

Tutti Matti
The Club District might not be the first place to take grandma and grandpa, but perhaps you're catching a show later in the evening? Impress them with classic Italian fare, like made-in-house pasta, at this trattoria on Adelaide.

Carens
This well-appointed restaurant in Rosedale is a nice place to stop in for some wine and cheese, crab cakes, risotto or whatever else your heart desires. There's live jazz on the piano most weekends.

Kwan (York Mills)
If you and your grandparents feel like grazing on dim sum, Kwan's York Mills location near Leslie should fit the bill. Go hungry because there's a lot to taste and try.

Lena
Maybe it was just my grandmother, but she loved to dine at the Bay. This swanky new restaurant is certainly upscale, but it's a good option if you're looking to celebrate a special occasion - even if that's just a multigenerational shopping trip.

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Photo of Lena by Jesse Milns.


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