Let them eat steak

North Toronto Post - - Food -

When Sir Henry Pel­latt built Casa Loma, chances are he never dreamed it would one day house a steak house. Un­til now, Toron­to­ni­ans had to be con­tent to mow down on their steaks in, well, res­tau­rants. For­tu­nately, the fine folks be­hind cas­tle have given us the very thing we didn’t re­al­ize we needed. En­ter the splashy new Blue Blood Steak­house, lo­cated in the cas­tle’s Oak, Smok­ing and Bil­liard Rooms. It boasts a re­stored in­te­rior, the old­est wine cel­lar in town and some very hand­some cuts of meat. Did we men­tion the cel­lar can house a ca­sual 1,500 bot­tles of wine? Well it can. As for that steak, any­one look­ing to re­ally step out on the town can dive into some of their finest of­fer­ings: a $15-an-ounce Aus­tralian wagyu or a $20-an-ounce Ja­panese wagyu.

The Bil­liard Room in­side the 103-year-old Casa Loma is now home to a new steak house.

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