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Eden is an Italian Restaurant located in the Etobicoke neighbourhood of Toronto. Eden serves Italian, Tapas / Small Plate cuisine and features weekend Brunch.
Great views of the lake, nice patio and very good Italian. Good wine selection.
Eden is a well known hot spot in our community. In the summer it is known for its great patio right along the waterfront. Eden also has great food, ice cream and desserts too! This restaurant is frequented by locals and out of towners for its high quality food and 10+ location with views. Many…
Awesome place for high quality Italian eats! The food is always great no matter what you order. They have a good selection of salads, antipasto, pasta, and seafood. Don't forget to ask about their daily specials (usually a pasta and a seafood dish - although these are usually a little more…
“Beautiful view by the boardwalk, enjoy a beer, or some delicious food with some friend`s minute`s away!”
“Nearby you have Starbucks, Tim Hortons, on Bloor St you have cute cafes - European style. Bloor St. west to east offers a variety of cultures of food. Fresh on Crawford, and Fresh on Bloor is Vegan. The Junction area is close and there you have another Vegan place called "The Beet" delicious!! There's also awesome pizza place called Vesuvios, Mexican, La Carnita, Try Bar Isabel for Spanish Tapas and for Italian Food you will find on College St- Italian restaurants-La Forcetta, Cafe Dip, Vivoli, San Francesco, Californias, China town for Chinese, Greek Town on the Danforth, Queen St you can find Indian, Thai, French, and try Fat Pasha on Dupont St. for Middle Eastern & Jewish cuisine. ”
“Good Italian food at reasonable prices with a nice patio in the back of the restaurant.”
“Live music on the patio All you can eat mussels on Tuesdays! every day food and drink specials - Fantastic food!”
“Bloor West Village is a shopping district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Located along Bloor Street, it encompasses all businesses along Bloor Street between South Kingsway and Ellis Park Road, consisting of more than 400 shops, restaurants and services. The mix of stores include specialty clothing stores, book stores, restaurants and cafes. The businesses organized in 1970 into the first mandatory business improvement district, an idea that has spread to numerous other commercial streets in Toronto and to cities around the world.”