Jazz 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.
Singer Mary-Catherine Pazzano makes her return to Jazz Bistro, this time with Don Buchanan on keys, Pat Collins on bass, and Steve James on drums. Hear some new material and songs from Pazzano's recently released album "You're Gonna Hear From Me".
What critics are saying about "You're Gonna Hear From Me": "Buchanan and Pazzano have included one well-written original composition, A Simple Con...