Patrons revel in Less Than Level’s live music, televised sports, games, and a menu of hearty bar favourites. Use four hands to deconstruct an order of grande nachos, chicken quesadillas, or chicken wings doused in a variety of sauces. Dining pairs order contrasting entrees to share or guard, such as a barbecue-chicken pizza with Cajun spices, bacon, and a blend of three cheeses on a 10-inch crust. An order of sweet potato fries, or a Prime Rib burger topped with cheese and bacon fuel excursions to the dance floor. Sports from the NBA, NHL, MLB, and NFL emanate from TV screens to feed hungry eyes and provide motivation for stoking rivalries in pool, foosball, and darts. Less Than Level hosts live musicians every weekend, frequent visits from DJs, and Wednesday karaoke nights.
Yogurty's, a proudly Canadian company, claims that at their stores, no two customers have ever made the same exact treat twice. It would be nearly impossible—low- or no-fat, probiotic-rich frozen yogurt comes in more than 85 flavours, ranging from carmel latte to banana split to red velvet, and 65 toppings allow patrons to swirl, drizzle, and sprinkle tasty treats until they resemble works of icy art. Their gluten-free yogurt, a natural source of protein, calcium, and probiotics, is made from fresh milk right off of Canadian farms and supports healthy digestive systems and immunity. The cheerful stores showcase bright colors—nearly as bright as bubblegum and orange cream, topped with sour gummi worms, and rainbow sprinkles.
Helmed by restaurateur Sourav Saha, Pomodoro Ristorante's chefs churn out an array of Italian and Mediterranean-influenced dishes, beginning with early-morning breakfasts and reaching well into the evening. During lunch, the menu helps to slay midday blues with comforting plates of spaghetti and meatballs as well as BLT wraps that can be used like police batons. Dinner welcomes an additional spread of hearty Italian food, from pan-seared calamari to steaming bowls of fettuccine draped in carbonara sauce.
Tokyo Bay Sushi Bar & Grill brings both Japanese flavours and Californian ingenuity to its dishes, serving up barbecue chicken and sweet potato alongside authentic japanese rolls, rice dishes, and noodle soups. Cooks craft rolls using fresh seafood such as rock shrimp, bay scallops, and yellowtail and prepare five sizzling-hot dishes, such as teriyaki-sauce-drizzled Canadian strip loin. Those opting for a cold dish can plunge forks into the eatery's sushi pizza, which includes crispy rice and spicy tuna, while sipping on an authentic japanese beverage, such as Asahi beer and sake. Upon arrival, diners can settle into private booths complete with monochromatic trellis walls and a decorative curtain that can be shut when discussing casino heists or shipments of untaxed soy-sauce packets.
With three decades of international culinary experience, Chef Thiru shares his love for authentic Indian flavours at Suvai Classic Indian Cuisine. Inside, large windows send natural light to exposed-brick walls, drapes with fringe and tassels, and plush chairs where patrons sample each dish’s suvai, which is Tamil for taste and flavour. The kitchen staff simmers healthful mulligatawny and thakkali soups, prepares onion bhajia fritters with chickpea-flour batter, and can cater to gluten- and dairy-free dietary needs.