Spectacular by day, stellar by night, the CN Tower is Canada’s celebration destination.
Part of every Torontonian’s life since 1976, the CN Towers’ 360 Restaurant is so much more than just a “wow” tourist destination with dramatic Ontario views. This is especially true during the holiday season, when there are so many options for a smashing night out it will make your head spin–literally and figuratively. Take a look:
1. A New Menu: Winter-perfect comfort food with flair: Pappardelle with duck ragu; lightly smoked Atlantic salmon; crispy tofu with buckwheat noodles and pickled chanterelle mushrooms; and boneless beef short rib with pearl onions, mushrooms and double-smoked bacon lardons. Combined with a commitment to offering vegetarian options, there’s truly something for everyone.
2. An Indigenous Menu: 360 is committed to local and sustainable sourcing. Case in point: their partnership with Chef David Wolfman on a new menu that celebrates Canada’s Indigenous cuisine and culinary traditions. Take a look here and start dreaming about sunchoke and Pontiac potato fritters with sage cream and seedlings followed by blackened mint–dusted halibut with spruce tip-infused wild rice and crispy beets.
3. 360 Celebration Packages: VIP window seating, cake and champagne. Need we say more?
4. Their Incredible Wine List: The 360 Restaurant received The Wine Spectator magazine’s Best of Award of Excellence (two goblets) for its 9,000 – strong wine list. There’s also a wine preservation system to offer exclusive wines by the glass, plus bespoke cocktails and mocktails.
5. 360 To Go: Takeaway bottles of Over the Top wine from Megalomaniac or Tower Lager made by Railway City Brewing
6. Caviar Service: There’s no better holiday treat than the classic combination of caviar, blinis, crème fraîche and chives. The 360 serves Northern Divine organic white sturgeon caviar – we’re fans. Follow that with the 360 Ultimate Seafood Platter with lobster, oysters, shrimp, Prince Edward Island mussels, queen crab claws, Fogo Island snow crab legs, house-smoked Manitoulin Island trout and sea scallops, and Santa’s already been for a visit.