Housed in a Heritage building that dates back to 1912, Jacqueline Suzanne's Bistro creates quite the sensory dining experience with soaring tin ceilings, tastily composed entrees, and the resounding sound of clinking wineglasses. The owners complement the building’s vintage motif by draping antique furniture with rich burgundy and green damask, and adorning tables with stained-glass squat lamps. In the kitchen, the chefs also demonstrate a keen eye for design with their artfully arranged menu. They drizzle New Zealand lamb with port reduction, and they drape Alaskan king crab with housemade hollandaise sauce.
While sipping unique, flavourful varietals from the wine list, visitors can scan their eyes across the dining room and admire the collection of artwork hanging on the walls. Should diners find a piece of artwork that they must add to their own collection or novelty-sized wallet, they can talk with staff about purchasing the item.