On your next visit to Toronto you may want to stop by Daniel Boulud's latest restaurant. The Michelin-starred chef has just opened the third outpost of Cafe Boulud at the city's new Four Seasons hotel.
Toronto's Cafe Boulud is located on the second floor of the hotel and was designed to resemble a loft. The restaurant carries up to 350 wine labels and can accomodate 150 diners. It also has a private dining area for 10 guests.
The restaurant, which features a blend of contemporary and classic French cuisine, already has locations in New York and Palm Beach.
Cafe Boulud is open for open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Diners with time contraints can enjoy a prix-fixe menu for lunch. Reservations are recommended.
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