There are many restaurants and bars in Toronto that offer an amazing view. Some display a panorama of the city, others gaze at Toronto's streets and of course there are restaurants which overlook the lake.\nAdmire our city along with a delicious meal while you're watching Toronto's sunset or the flashing lights at night. These dramatic views will increase the flavor of your dish and create a grand atmosphere.\n1. 360 C.N Tower // 301 Front St W.\nIt is no surprise that the C.N Tower attracts over two million tourists annually. The skyscraper is considered one of the finest restaurants in the city , offering a breathtaking revolving view of the 6ix. Who wouldn't want to have dinner at one of the Wonders of the Modern World?\n2. The One Eighty // 55 Bloor St.W.\nLocated on the 51st floor of the Manulife Center, The One Eighty offers a remarkable scenary. The wide view provides an explanation for its former name Panorama. There is a lot of seating space (3,000 sq.ft. to be exact) but make sure to make a reservation as the venue books up really fast!\n3. Against the Grain @ Corus Quay // 25 Dockside Drive.\nLocated in the Corus Entertainment Building right next to Sugar Beach, this restaurant offers a beautiful view of the lake regardless if you go during the winter or summer.\n4. Canoe // 66 Wellington St.W\nSituated atop the TD Bank Tower in the financial district, your eyes cannot resist the glittering lights that bring life to our city. Canoe is designed with a simple, yet elegant touch and provides a spectacular view of Toronto.\n5. Momofuku Shōtō // 190 University Ave.\nAre you a fan of asian cuisine? Then Shōtō is the perfect place to be! Eating there is lots of fun, the food is delish and the view of University Ave. compliments your meal. A variety of must- have dishes are offered in the tasting menu!\n6. Eden Trattoria // 58 Marine Parade Dr.\nWith a little touch of Italy, Eden Trattoria is situated in the Humber Bay Shores. This family restaurant without question attracts locals,tourists and Toronto athletes for its lakefront view. Going for a run or a bike ride on the lakeshore path? Stop by Eden and try their exquisite homemade pizza!\n7. Arriba Restaurant // 1 Blue Jays Way\nLocated inside the Renaissance Hotel, Arriba offers an out of the ordinary view because it is looks into the Rogers Center. This restaurant is a perfect choice for a group of friends to grab a bite during a Jays game.\n8.Luma // 350 King St.W\nLuma is situated in the entertainment district on the second floor of the Bell Lightbox. The restaurant overlooks King St. West, Toronto's dynamic neighbourhood.\nPhoto cred - The Food Sisterhood\n9.Snug Harbour // 14 Stavebank Rd.\nIf you have a seafood addiction, the trip to Port Credit (in the West end) is totally worth it. Resting on Lake Ontario, Snug Harbour offers a beautiful view and the food is mouth watering. During the summer there are many yachts docked in the marina that you can dream of having.\n10. Jack Astor's @ Dundas Square // 10 Dundas St.E.\nJack Astor's in general is affordable and entertaining, but this particular location offers a zestful view. Overlooking Dundas Square, this is by far one of the most popular places in Toronto with a dramatic view.\n11. Toula Restaurant // 1 Harbour Square\nA fine dining Italian restaurant that offers an astonishing view of downtown Toronto and Lake Ontario. "The word Toulà is synonymous with sophistication, fine cuisine and service. The elegant decor features lush Italian fabrics and gold leaf ceiling; providing the perfect ambience for your special occasion."\nOther Restaurants with incredible views:\n12. Azure Restaurant & Bar // 225 Front St.W\n13. La Societe // 131 Bloor St.W\n14. Paralia // 1681 Lakeshore Blvd.E.\nTake advantage of Toronto's astounding views! Get tipsy off a bottle of wine and have dinner at one of these restaurants!