Luckily there are tons of exciting places throughout the city to fit any mood or craving, to transport you from your everyday life to somewhere fresh and exciting!
1. The Sultan's Tent // 49 Front St. E
Diners are in for a super unique experience at The Sultan's Tent. Their French-Moroccain cuisine is served in a 3-course dinner on Fridays and Saturdays that includes a belly dance performance!
2. See-Scape // 2840 Dundas St. W.
See-Scape is basically nerd heaven in all honesty. All of the food and drinks are science-fi/fantasy themed which makes sense, considering each booth is themed on their own.
3. Poop Café // 706 Bloor St W
Toronto's first and only poop-themed cafe. Are you surprised? Eating out of toilets isn't just for dogs anymore, y'all. This dessert shop serves up ice cream, lattes, and much more out of toilet-shaped cups and bowls.
4. Arriba // 1 Blue Jays Way
While the food isn't themed here, patrons definitely stop by for Arriba's unique atmosphere. Stationed inside of the Rogers Centre, those who dine here can enjoy a field-side seat of the Jays!
5. O Noir // 620 Church Street
Dining in the dark has never tasted so good. O Noir is right at Church & Charles, with a staff full of knowledgable and bubbly visually impaired servers to walk you through a dinner without vision.
6. Rodeo Brazilian Steakhouse Rodizio // 95 Danforth Ave
Escape to Brazil at Rodeo! Live Brazilian mixed martial arts/dancing every Friday and Saturday makes this a dinner you'll want to show everyone! Watch as the servers carve meat off of rotisseries straight onto your plates.
7. Medieval Times // 10 Dufferin St.
Is there anywhere more themed and fun than Medieval Times?! Eat with your hands, chat with characters and cheer on your favourite knight!
8. The Lockhart // 1479 Dundas Street West
This Harry Potter inspired bar has tons of potions for you to sample and savour. Pour up a BetterBeer and order some tapas to get the magic going.
9. The Shameful Tiki Room // 1378 Queen St W
Serving up Polynesian vibes, drinks and eats, The Shameful Tiki room will take you on a first-ticket out of the city and straight to the tropics!
10. Guu Izakaya // Various Locations
Not your average Japanese place, Guu Izakaya is the closest you can get to Japan without hopping on a plane. Expect shouting, communal eating, and lots of sake.
11. Pravdka Vodka House // 44 Wellington St E
Head over to the Vodka House for a trip overseas to our boys in red! This Russian-themed resto bar offers and eclectic menu and fun cocktails.