The best steakhouses in midtown

 

Sometimes nothing but a steak will do. When you’re in the mood for perfectly cooked meat, you’ve got some great options nearby. Do you want a classic, elegant steakhouse atmosphere or a party atmosphere? Do you want to feel like royalty as you dine? Or like you’re in a music video? All of this and more is possible nearDavisville Village. Here’s a roundup of the best steakhouses in Midtown.

 

The Keg Steakhouse + Bar

 

 Yonge + Eglinton Keg Toronto

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The Keg has been the king of the steakhouse scene for decades, and for good reason. Visit The Keg Steakhouse + Bar (2201 Yonge Street) for the finest aged beef, plus fresh seafood, shareable appetizers and signature cocktails, all in a cozy and sophisticated atmosphere.


Steak purists will love the Prime Rib, with horseradish and red wine herb jus (10oz for $32 and 14oz for $36). The pescatarians in your party will love the Pistachio Crusted Salmon served with garlic mashed potatoes, sautéed Brussels sprouts, and maple butter ($34). The Keg doesn’t forget about vegetarians, either. You’ve got to try their Cauliflower ‘Steak’ ($16). It’s grilled cauliflower with chickpea and sundried tomato relish and asparagus.


Visit The Keg Yonge and Eglinton, Monday to Thursday from 11:30 am until midnight, Friday from 11:30 am to 1:00 am, Saturday from 4 pm to 1 am, and Sunday from 4 pm to midnight. Limited reservations are accepted 7 days a week.


Copacabana Brazilian Steakhouse

Copacabana Brazilian Steakhouse Toronto

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The Copacabana Brazilian Steakhouse (150 Eglinton Ave E) is an all-you-can-eat dinner and a show restaurant all rolled into one incredible experience. If you are looking for a night of great and plentiful food –including steak, chicken and fish, grilled to perfection and carved for you at your table, plus a Samba show on weekends and live music on Wednesdays and Thursdays– there is nothing quite like a night at the Copacabana.


With a selection of crisp salads, rice, black beans, mac and cheese, lasagna, mashed potatoes sauteéd vegetables, cassava frites and much more, it would be easy to make a meal out of the Galleria Buffet alone. This is exactly what non-meat eaters will do. The all-you-can-eat Galleria Buffet (minus the meats) is $35 Sunday to Thursday, and $40 Friday and Saturday. The full experience of the buffet, plus all-you-can-eat grilled meats, is priced at $45 on Thursdays, and $50 on Friday and Saturday. Kids under 6 are $10 and 6 to 11 year-olds eat for $20.


They are open Monday to Friday, from 5:00 pm till late, Saturday from 4:00 pm till late, and Sunday from 4:00 pm till late. Make your reservations today!


BlueBlood Steakhouse

 BlueBlood Steakhouse at Casa Loma

Credit: BlueBlood Steakhouse at Casa Loma

 

When you want to dine like royalty, BlueBlood Steakhouse at Casa Loma ( 1 Austin Terrace) is the place to do it. To access BlueBlood, you need to stroll through the opulent and gorgeous gardens on the Casa Loma grounds. As soon as you set foot inside the restaurant, you’ll know you’re not in for a run-of-the-mill diningexperience. The plush leather booths, dark wood panelled walls, and modern art from Warhol, Dali and more will have you feeling like new-world royalty. You can get an 8oz Canadian Prime Centre Cut Filet, aged 28 days, for $65 a la carte. But if you’re here, it’s a special occasion, or you’re fabulously well-to-do, so why not go all out? A Japanese Kagoshima A5 6 oz Filet Mignon will set you back $200. And of course, you can add some surf with a Lobster Tail, Crab Legs, Jumbo Prawns or Scallops.


If you brought a vegetarian to BlueBlood, they must like you very much. Your herbivorous friends can fill up on a la carte vegetables for $16 per dish, including dishes like crispy kale with lemon aioli, or sautéed spinach with quail egg, as well as a la carte starches for $14 each, including housemade gorgonzola gnocchi and polenta squares. Reservations are required.


STK Toronto

STK Toronto

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STK Toronto (153 Yorkville Ave) is a must try. Ok, so Yorkville is exactly Midtown, but STK Toronto may be worth expanding your boundaries a bit south. This sleek and ultra-modern steakhouse has an almost clubby feel, with live DJs daily. Their food is simply fantastic!


Choose your favourite cut, including Filet, Sirloin, Bone-In Filet, Dry-Aged Delmonico, Dry-Aged Bone-In Strip or the larger Dry-Aged Tomahawk and Dry-Aged Porterhouse. Top it with your favourite luxury fixings including Canadian Lobster, Alaskan King Crab, Shrimp, Truffle Butter, Foie Gras Butter or Peppercorn Crusted. Next, choose your sauce from STK, STK Bold, Au Poivre, Horseradish, Chimichurri, Blue Butter, Béarnaise or Red Wine. There are also amazing sides like Creamy Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes, Mac n’ Cheese, Parmesan Truffle Fries and much more. It’s enough to make any steak lover’s mouth start watering.


If steak isn’t what you’re in the mood for, there is also an incredible seafood platter which features a whole roasted Dover Sole, served bone on or off with beurre noisette, capers béarnaise and grilled lemon. Vegans can keep it light with the savoury Vegetable Plate with braised daikon, pickled hon shimeji mushrooms, and baby bok choy with a sesame black bean vinaigrette. Book your table, today.


No matter what atmosphere you’re in the mood for, when you feel like some stupendous steak, you can’t go wrong with these hotspots near Davisville.


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