|Subject: Re: Toronto restaurant?|
There are some restaurants near Pantages that you might like.
Dennison's is a brew pub with a few separate restaurants within it. According to its page on Toronto.com, it is open for lunch on Saturday. We have eaten in the ground floor restaurant once or twice (Louie's Brasserie and Patio) and in the lower level pub, Growler's, quite a few times. 75 Victoria Street (near Lombard) http://toronto.com/E/V/TORON/0020/52/60/3.html
In Eaton Centre, we have eaten a couple of times in City Grill, the lower level just near the north end escalators. Some windows overlook Trinity Square and the old Anglican church. Patio. Sort of Cal-Ital pastas, fish, burgers. http://toronto.com/E/V/TORON/0011/83/75/
We like Le Papillon but you might be hard pressed to start at noon and then rush to the theatre. http://toronto.com/E/V/TORON/0032/42/10/
Again near the market but more casual is Hot House Cafe on Church and Front Street. Again Cal-Ital. Casual. Big. http://toronto.com/E/V/TORON/0012/04/06/
Of course, there is the Movenpick on Yonge Street just north of King Street. You might have to queue though.
There are a few delis - Pickel Barrel on Yonge Street just north of Dundas, Shopsy's and a new branch of Pumpernicks. I'm not a huge deli fan...
Hope you enjoy your show!
Frances Toronto, Canada