Eating a hearty steak makes a man more kingly than wearing a crown or banishing the dog to a small island in the South Atlantic. Get the royal treatment with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $60 worth of steaks, whiskey, and more at Quinn's Steakhouse & Irish Bar, located in the Sheraton Centre building.
Quinn's Steakhouse & Irish Bar heaps the hospitality and heritage of the Emerald Isle on its patrons with a dinner menu of hearty fare. Starters include the house soup ($6), boasting smoked beef and cabbage in its broth, and the buttery smoked salmon on Irish soda bread ($11). Quinn's slate of steaks is comprised of all-Canadian cuts aged in-house. Freud scholars can conquer cattle-related inferiority complexes with a 10 oz. top sirloin ($24) or a 10 oz. filet mignon ($36). All steaks are served with a broiled tomato and a salt-baked potato, and chilly starch-eaters can jacket their potatoes in bacon and cheddar ($2.50 extra). Add a broiled lobster tail to your steak ($14) or sidekick it with three skillet Gulf shrimp ($7). Quinn's also offers non-steak sustenance, including the fall-apart tender Guinness-braised lamb shank ($19) and the roasted duck leg ($22). Sidle up to the bar after work for some mid-commute pub fare such as fish & chips ($15) or a sirloin burger ($14), or take a break from midday mind-control experiments for a bite from Quinn's lunch menu.
Quinn's bar features a wealth of whiskeys, with more than 100 Irish, Scottish, Canadian, and American whiskeys. Libationists who love alcohol but hate distilleries can opt for wine or one of the bar's 14 draft beers. Step into interiors of Irish greens and the impressive woodworking, which envelop patrons in a bountiful but belated Bloomsday celebration.
Not valid for St. Patrick's Day or New Year's Eve.
- …a beautiful olive-oil poached piece of albacore tuna ($12) along with seasoned cannelloni beans and terrific Taggiasche olives on a piece of house-baked soda bread, crusted with oats, raises the bar on this pub crawl. – Alan A. Vernon, Eye Weekly
- The lamb is falling-off -the bone tender, served on a bed of pearl barley done up 'risotto' style. The colour and contrast on the plate are courtesy of the roasted root veggies. The striploin is served rare and in the buff, as requested although there are lots of ways to 'pimp' up the meat. Choices range from herb butters and peppercorn sauces to foie gras, lobster tails or artisanal blue cheese. Very appealing, indeed... – Patricia Noonan, dine.TO
- I know, I know. Big juicy steaks may not scream Ireland in the way a big pot of Guinness stew does, but the bar menu does have 14 draft beers and more than 130 whiskies -- and you can’t get much more Irish than that! – Toronto.com
Quinn's Steakhouse and Irish Bar
Amidst a shining bar, rich wooden accents, and gold-studded green-leather chairs, Quinn's Steakhouse and Irish Bar welcomes patrons to sup on succulent steaks and taste aged whiskies. Whether seated in a plush leather sofa or situated on the outdoor patio, guests can sip from one of 14 draught beers or sample one of 200 whiskies. Meanwhile, hand-selected steaks are aged in-house, just like children that watch too much TV.
96 Richmond St. W
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2A3Get Directions