Nota Bene

Cuisine: American, Canadian, Fusion, New American

Price Range: $$$

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Nota Bene is so welcoming to groups that it even has menus entirely designed for them. The recently revamped space has a salvaged iron wood tree trunk treated with the ancient Japanese process of Shou...  Read More

  • Group Friendly: "You can book up to 20 people online, but bigger groups are welcome. There is even a dining area specifically for those who come with a sizeable entourage."
  • Entertainment District's Best Restaurants: "Those attending a show at the nearby Four Seasons Centre - home of the Canadian Opera Company and National Ballet of Canada - can treat themselves to Nota Bene's pre-theatre pre-fixe. It's available from 5pm to 6:30pm on show evenings."
  • Best for Group Friendly Because: One of Toronto's favourite restaurants welcomes groups, which is good, as the 60-day dry-aged Cumbrae Farms Ribsteak for Two isn't going to eat itself.
  • Best for Entertainment District's Best Restaurants Because: Chef David Lee's ability to merge fresh, local ingredients with French and Asian cuisines has to be experienced.

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