Tom Jones Steakhouse is one of the Toronto's oldest and most famous Steakhouses. It is a favorite with local and business travelers who enjoy great steaks, fresh fish and seafood, caesar salads and excellent service.
Located just east of the Bay and King's financial district and only a few steps away from the King Edward Hotel, this fixture of Toronto's restaurant scene reflects the best traditions of this vibrant city. The historic building itself stands at 17 Leader Lane in a structure constructed in the early 1830s when this narrow alley was known as Berezy Street in Old York Towne. Among its 19th century neighbors were various innkeepers on Church Street and the first Grand and Toy store, established here in this building in 1882 by James Grand and Samuel Toy.
Approaching the historic building with its distinctive hand carved oak entranceway, you enter into an intimate, elegant setting with soft lighting from gas burning chandeliers, leaded glass windows and high oak paneling, a combination of extraordinary charm and relaxation. The environment sets the mood for meaningful conversation and romantic interludes. Four decades later has perfected its warm, inviting and hospitable atmosphere.
Upstairs at, a New York style piano bar and dining room is the perfect place for dinner as well as after theater or late dining.
Photo prints of Toronto scenes from the late 1800s adorn the walls of the beautiful Conclave Room. A wood-burning fireplace sheds a warm glow over the bar of green marble and mahogany and the polished boardroom table, inlaid with bark walnut, is the perfect place for private corporate meetings and dinner functions.
With an impressive menu of steak and seafood specialties, an award-winning wine list and friendly, efficient staff, provides a dining experience that will be enjoyed, savored, and remembered long after your party has become a cherished memory.