Toronto is a pricey place, and if you've been able to survive in this beautiful city so far: kudos to you! But there are a few places in the city that definitely take it up a notch. This is where the elite goes to dine, where your most likely to spot a celebrity and even more likely to cry when you receive the bill.

For the days when you really want to ball out, these are definitely the restaurants to go:

Harbour Sixty // 60 Harbour Street

Type of cuisine: Steakhouse

Possible entree: Filet Mignon 14 oz, $67


La Société // 131 Bloor Street West

Type of cuisine: French

Possible entree: Carré d'agneau d'Ontario poêlé (lamb), $48


The Chase // 10 Temperance Street

Type of cuisine: Contemporary North American

Possible entree: Shellfish, $42


Jacobs & Co. // 12 Brant Street

Type of cuisine: Steakhouse

Possible Entree: Striploin (Mishima Reserve Wagyu-CO USA), $168


Kaiseki Yu-Zen Hashimoto // 6 Garamond Ct 

Type of cuisine: Japanese

Possible Entree: 8 course Tasting menu $300 per person


360 Restaurant //  CN Tower

Type of cuisine: Canadian

Possible entree: Steak & lobster tail, $95


Sotto Sotto // 120 Avenue Road

Type of cuisine: South-Central Italy

Possible entree: Risotto Del Giorno, $49


Momofuku Shōtō // 190 University Ave

Type of cuisine: Globally inspired

Possible entree: 10 course tasting menu $150 per person


Cafe Boulud // 60 Yorkville Ave

Type of cuisine: French

Possible entree : Plateau de fruits de mer, $64


Scaramouche // One Benvenuto Place

Type of cuisine: French

Possible entree: Venison, $44


Buca // 604 King Street West

Type of cuisine: Italian

Possible Entree: Lombata Di Manzo (beef sirloin), $155

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