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I love that the bar changes things up every now and again with their wine lists and live music. The service is exceptional and the ambiance is lovely. Great spot for a glass of wine after the ballet or theatre.
It’s tricky to chat at...More
We were staying at the hotel, so actually went to The Bar a couple times. Friday night was VERY busy, but they were able to get us on a big table with some other patrons. Service was a little slow, but it was busy, and...More
Arrived early before they start the live piano music. We sat near the piano and enjoyed the live performance. The service was prompt and courteous. The place is quite popular and the drinks are good, with never ending servings of snacks!
This bar/lounge, located in the lobby of The Shan-Gri-La Hotel, in the heart of downtown Toronto, is hip, always happening on weekends and even has a little jazz band playin live tunes Fri through Sat in the entrance way! Clientelle is well dressed and the...More
This is the lobby bar of a high end hotel. The place smells of Febreeze, but worse is the music which is always overly loud and the recent acoustic guitar player was often off key. Hard to have a conversation Just turn the volume down...More
We visited the Shangri-La lobby lounge after dinner. The setting is remarkable and the people watching is excellent. Cocktails and dessert were exceptional. Only minor complaint was the service- a little slow for our liking, and we had to request the dessert menu. Given the...More
This is a cool hangout spot for the locals. It has a sit down bar and númerous other quaint seating areas where one can have drinks with friends or family etc. Many awesome eateries are with in walking distance of this chic stop. A great...More
The hotel's bar is nicely decorated and the staff is very attentive and quick. Lots of escorts roaming around hunting for rich businessmen. Drink prices are ridiculously expensive. Save your cash, go to another downtown bar.
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