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Toronto: Dinner Before Train Departure

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Once again, my partner and I are taking the "Canadian" to Vancouver for a few days and nights of chill-out. Leaving Union Station on a Saturday night (10:00 PM) in October. Will arrive YYZ around 6Pm or so and will probably take a cab in vs using the bus/subway combo.

Ordinarily we get together with long-time friends who live on Bloor, have a meal, and then head for the station. This time around that isn't possible so we are looking for some place to eat. Last time I did this solo I found some bar and grill near Union and hauled my carry-ons in there and ate.

Thought about having a decent steak somewhere and considering the Ruth's Chris at the Hilton since we know the menu and the service in those places has generally been good for us (recent trip to Seattle provided the service exception).

Almost any sort of cuisine except sushi, moving on the plate, staring back at you, would work. May or may not have to be walkable but that would be helpful and thanks in advance.

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