Clarion Hotel & Suites Selby Downtown
592 Sherbourne Street
Toronto, ON M4X 1L4
Phone: (416) 921-3142
Fax: (416) 921-0665
592 Sherbourne Street, Toronto, ON, CA, M4X 1L4
- Phone: (416) 921-3142
- Fax: (416) 921-0665
Bars & Cafes
Booster Juice, as its name suggests, specializes in smoothies concocted from pure and fresh fruit juices that cleanse the body systems and are good for our overall health. Boasting of more than 250 locations all over the world, this branch on Bloor street offers high-protein smoothies such as High Impact Açaí and Ripped Berry, which blends raspberries, cranberries, blueberries, frozen yogurt, vanilla, skimmed milk, honey and whey protein powder. Other popular drinks include Brazilian Thunder, Matcha Monsoon, Tropical Torando, Spincah Is In It, Pomegranate Passion, Go Girl and Citrus Swirl. It also serves fruit sorbets, frozen yogurt and booster drinks for higher energy. All their beverages come with nutritional details so that guests are aware of exactly what they are consuming.
Fionn MacCool's has all the ingredients to become your regular neighborhood pub. With a friendly atmosphere and clean and spacious interiors with a characteristic worn-in charm, this pub is sure to make you feel at home. The servers and bartenders are quite friendly, and pay attention to detail. They have food available all day, with special brunch and dessert menus as well, and drinks are plenty. Add a roster of special events such as craft beer tastings, live music, sharing offers and more to this mix and voila, you have your perfect pub.
The Croissant Tree is a spacious and clean cafe that is known for its flavorful coffee and perfectly baked croissants, among other things. The industrial interiors of this outlet give way to a rather cozy ambiance accentuated with large comfortable chairs, floor to ceiling windows, as well as the outdoor patio. In addition to croissants and coffee, this place also serves some great bites such as pasta, sandwiches, wraps and more.
This British pub that is located on Bloor Street is known for its casual ambiance. The lovely drinking establishment offers an extensive drinks menu that includes vodka, whiskeys, cocktails, bourbon and so forth. While you indulge in a drinking binge with your buddies, you can also snack on pub fare that includes Asian varieties as well. For more details, check website.
Tim Hortons is synonymous to morning coffee, it is synonymous to donuts, it is synonymous to good times! That is the magic of this popular coffee chain which has won many hearts around the globe. The 175 Bloor Street East cafe of Tim Hortons is quite spacious, though the place is busy throughout the day it never gets noisy and the staff is always patient and very friendly and they attend to long ques quite promptly. It is a great place to stop by for a coffee and chocolate glazed donuts and celebrate the happy moments of life!
A visit to Spirits Bar & Grill is sure to be the cure-all for your weekly woes. A longtime favorite in Toronto, Spirits combines an extensive menu, an amicable staff, and a laid-back atmosphere. Here you can try creative menu items such as pesto pizza or choose from more traditional pub fare. For detailed information on menu items and prices, visit their website.
For all those who love cheese, Get Melted offers delicious grilled cheese sandwiches that are easy on your pockets. This bright restaurant has a mix of nine conventional and creative sandwiches such as the Classic Melt with Cheddar, Mozzarella and Mayo on White Bread, Meaty Goat with Goat Cheese, Mozzarella, Ham and Arugula on Marble Rye and The Antipasti with Gruyère, Havarti, Roasted Cremini, Garlic and Red Pepper, Oven Fired Onion and Arugula on Marble Rye. You can also make your own if you are in the mood. Try their desserts such as the Elvis which is a combination of Cheddar, Peanut Butter, Jam and Bacon for an unconventional taste.
Slack's Restaurant and Bar is the city's " only true women's bar ". Explore a range of options: sip on martinis, meet hot singles or get drunk on pints of beer during their themed nights, groove to the beats churned out by the resident DJs or witness a live gig among other things. On their platter are delicious appetizers, crunchy caesar salads, mouthwatering sandwiches, cheese stuffed pastas and appetizing entrées. Homemade desserts like chocolate cheesecake, apple crumble, strawberry and passion fruit gelato are, indeed, a slice of heaven on earth! You can also host your private or business dinners and parties at this venue. Check website for more details.
Though Crema Coffee Co is a chain of coffee shops, its owners believe in retaining individuality of each outlet. This one located on Bloor Street is certainly no exception to this. The quality and service standards are uniform, and yet, this branch manages to showcase its uniqueness while serving the perfectly brewed cuppa of coffee and snacks. The baristas here are trained to serve excellent coffee that too almost instantly. Skills of the staff and special coffee beans together make it a popular coffee joint.
Second Cup cafe at 544 Church Street is stocked with delicious varieties of pastries, cakes, muffins, croissants and of course creamy lattes, espressos and more. Their latte art is beautiful and you will instantly appreciate it ones your eyes fall on the cup. The interiors of the cafe is quite cozy, furnished with elevated seating and they also have an extended patio for summers. It is a perfect place to get work done or just to sit with good book and enjoy some solitude. The staff and waiters are always friendly, which makes the place worth a second visit and a second cup!
Byzantium stands out among the gay and lesbian bars in Toronto and has even bagged awards for Best Romantic Restaurant, Toronto's Best Martini and Number One Place For Cocktails. Charming touches such as a mirror patterned like leaves, lime green walls, patterned wooden doors and sliding walls that create a large lounge area, all lend to the oomph and glamor of this place. Although primarily known for its lesbian and gay scene, it welcomes people from all walks of life. It offers a trendy ambience for drinks, dancing and partying for everyone, whether it may be a group of friends or a couple celebrating their love. Their drinks selection will leave even the accomplished martini connoisseur astounded: Creamy Martinis like Screaming Banana, Pearl Necklace and Strawberry Sensation (with Smirnoff Strawberry Vodka), Fruity martinis such as Rude Cosmo, Italian Stallion and Geisha Girl, and Orange Mojito, Brazilian Caipirinha and the Malibu Rum-infused Rhu Paul Martini among others.
Located in the gay district of Church and Wellesley, this bar is for those who prefer blue chalk and nine-ball to the bright lights and late-night rhythms of the local dance clubs. An after-work spot for men and women, gay or straight, the only prerequisite is the ability to shoot a good game of pool. And even if you don't, there's plenty more to do here: darts, dancing, drinking, pinball, television nights and more. Easily accessed by public transit or taxi from any downtown hotel, this pool hall is just two blocks north of famed Maple Leaf Gardens. See website for photos, event schedule and more.