A stone’s throw from the neon ads of Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto’s oldest restaurant is still in operation. This quaint squeeze of a diner retains its yesteryear charm, though little remains of the original 1929 incarnation. But classic comfort foods such as meatloaf, fried liver, and chicken pot pie never go out of style. Upstairs, the second-floor wine bar might be a new addition, but thanks to its Belle Époque vibe, it feels like it's been around a while. Head up after dinner for great vino and live music.
Subway: Dundas, then walk E to Victoria StPhone 416/364-7517 Prices Main courses $16–$26 lunch, $20–$32 dinner Cuisine Type American Web site The Senator
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