Jubilee Queen

539 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON M5V 3G3 Directions
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Report | 7 months ago
Food is full flavour and plentiful. The steamwhistle buckets were a food investment too!
Report | 8 months ago
A great day-loved it-love to go again-food great-lots of it!
Report | 8 months ago
Leave early, there was construction going on the Queen's Quay, and get there was a problem.
Report | 8 months ago
The Jubalie is a beautiful way to see the sky of Toronto and have a great dinner. Staff is very friendly aswell.
Report | 9 months ago
Fabulous Time celebrating Mom and Dads 25th Anniversary!!!!!! Kristy R.
Report | 9 months ago
It was a great experience & a lot of fun. We will be back again!
Report | 2 years ago
Was alright just really tight to move around downstairs and bathroom was tiny
Report | 2 years ago
Excelent time had by us except the DJ didnt mention our Anniversary which we wouldnt have minded but he read everyone elses except us, and theb when we reminded him of it he still got it wrong: Little things like this can ruin an evening, but food was good set up good, staff seemed unsure of duties but on the whole we thought it was very enjoyable...Kevyn will recomend
Report | 2 years ago
excellent customer service on the phone.
Report | 2 years ago
excellent friendly staff,meal was very good also
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Lovingly recreated to emulate the riverboats that paddled along Lake Ontario in years past, Jubilee Queen's eponymous ship first wet its hull in 1986. More than two decades' worth of rays have since bathed the sweeping sun deck, which sits above a dining room lined with linen-covered tables. In the galley, the Queen's chefs whip up dishes suitable for any event, from full-course meals to buffets peppered with international cuisine, all of which are prepared fresh in a fully equipped kitchen onboard. In the cabin, a fully stocked bar keep guests' sea legs limber as they dance to the tunes of a live DJ amid views of the Toronto skyline and the distant shadow of the lighthouse haunted by the spirits of burnt-out bulbs.

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Many people described the Cruise as Nice.
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Many people described the Staff as Friendly.
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Many people described the Food as Good.
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