Southern Italian home style cooking, in this busy family run restaurant. Located In the heart of the entertainment district, it is one of the original restaurants down on restaurant row. Kit Kat has been serving Toronto for the past 27 years. With it's focus on fresh ingredients and real good food, Kit Kat remains a popular haunt for theatre goers, sports fans, concert goers, and local and international celebrities.
Some of the favorite dishes include our antipasti, pastas, especially our penne With sausage and the seafood pasta. The chicken, veal, angus steak, seafood and fish satisfy the heartiest of appetites. We have an extensive wine list which includes Ontario VQA, Italian, Californian, and Australian wines. Dinner is complete with our selection of fine desserts.
At close proximity of all major attractions including the ACC, Princess of Wales Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Rogers Centre, CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium and most major hotels downtown. There's even a tree growing in the middle of the kitchen! A great night out, for any occasion.
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1 week ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillAl celebrating with David Mirvish and Brian Sewell at the after show cast party for Come From Away!1 week ago
Here is to Al and Kit Kat Italian Bar & Grill! The best restaurant in downtown Toronto!!!
1 week ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillA warm welcome back to Shania Twain and to fans attending her shows this weekend. They are sure to be amazing!1 week ago
Woohoo! Me too! Our family landed and went to Ottawa Valley, then went to Timmins! No wonder I love KitKat!!1 week ago
Me too John
I was born in Timmins
And love Shania, hope to see her at the Kit Kat famous restaurant , great food, people and stars,
2 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillSpecial visitors from the UK, Mr & Mrs Smith, here for the International Rotary convention. Mrs Smith enjoyed our Honey Garlic baby back ribs so much that we may share our recipe with her. Keep your eye on your inbox👀2 weeks ago Kit Kat Italian Bar & Grill
Hello!!! Thanks for the shout out. Hope to see you soon too!2 weeks ago
Hey guys - you've got lots of fans in the UK including the Kilpatricks :-) Hope to see you all again soon2 weeks ago
We ate there Monday night before heading back to Tennessee. Your food was delicious and the hospitality was even better. Thank you!!2 weeks ago
Paul had them Tuesday night also, the best he ever had, can't wait to go back to the Kit Kat, thanks John
3 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillKit Kat would like to welcome all Rotarians to Toronto. They will be representing 184 countries while attending the 109th Rotary International Convention. Thank you for all the great work you do and inspire others to follow in your footsteps.
Stop by Kit Kat and say Hi and tell us where you are visiting from.
5 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillCongratulations to Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber on his Lifetime Achievement Award at last nights Tony Awards. Hoping for another visit very soon!
11 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillAn incredibly accurate article by Sue-Ann Levy on the affects of the Pilot project on King St.10 weeks ago
Great job Al keeping these idiots like Joe Cressy this councillor is clueless as n King Street rents, the congestion is due to the street cars to fix the problem was to eliminate left hand turns11 weeks ago
Thanks city hall and counc.
Hope you are happy, hurting us , can't believe King Street, GHOST TOWN! NO ONE HERE???????
11 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillSome interesting information posted by many other King St businesses. This letter and link contains information the city is misleading the public about and doesn’t want you to know.
To the Attention of Mayor John Tory and City of Toronto Councillors
Dear Mayor Tory and Councillors,
Current Pilot dashboard here
You are clearing misleading people that the Reliability is UP 85% by this graphic in the dashboard. This is NOT the case at all
REAL FACT- The most important commute time to measure is the morning ride into work.
The East bound reliability went from 84% pre to 84% POST NO CHANGE AT ALL
The dashboard is based on the King St pilot Project – 2.5k only. For this 5-minute number you have elected to use data (again) that reflects the entire TTC line from Roncesvalles and Bloor St West all across King St West and East all the way up to Danforth – This is NOT reflective of the Pilot area and included 14km of TTC track. This is very unethical and misleading when people see this, and you need to correct this. Post the time changes from WITH IN the pilot area only. Why don’t you do this? Because there is no or little change to report!
REAL FACT: The Morning commute has become SLOWER from 15.3 min pre-pilot to 15.9 Post pilot. The 4pm to 7pm data has a whopping decrease in travel time of 162 SECONDS. That’s it. That’s in small print on page 4 of the City Dash Board for reference.
You are misleading people about pedestrian volumes. Period. Volume is down
you don’t need a study to see the streets and businesses are empty.
Your data on pedestrian traffic counts are NOT exclusive to KING ST, yet you say this is Pilot Project data? – The dashboard counts have been based at the busiest intersections (Bathurst, Spadina, Bay and Jarvis) and measure NORTH -SOUTH pedestrian traffic and EAST -WEST. So, you are counting all the people that are walking over or PAST King ST West. – WHY NOT PROVIDE ANY MID BLOCK pedestrian counts? Why is the data being mishandled like this?
Many requests have been made to the City to ask to review raw data on where and for what segments you took the economic data sample to suggest economic spending is the same? Any reasonable person would wonder why over 50 reputable businesses in the pilot zone have claimed they are substantially down in sales DUE to the pilot yet the “city data” says there is no change. The City is using sales data form large on-line business service (like e-Bay on King West) Sales Data from the underground PATH merchants and economic transaction with-in the financial district towers to manipulate these figures.
Why is that? Why did you exclude this period for data collection only for people walking on (or over!) King West?
It’s a very important time for business and was the slowest recorded March Break sales in many years at many businesses in King West.
Yet your street car data included the March Break dates, again when volume is down???
And yes… you managed to use the vehicle travel time data from surrounding street during March Break, when many people are NOT AT WORK and take holidays. Thus, having lower car volumes in the core. Why the difference in data collection? This is very questionable practices.
Furthermore, the data included Friday March 2nd for your car travel time data but started on the weekend (March 3rd) to capture pedestrian data. Ironically March 3rd there was a sold-out Concert at ACC, a TFC Soccer game at home, Far & Away playing on King West, many other events going on. Why the different date choices? Your Pre Pilot pedestrian data was over a month long. null
From the March dash board data…
A very reputable local Toronto Professor has commented along with many, many businesses that the pilot has a few very small wins but does not show any significant or meaningful change to the commute times, yet the businesses are struggling, and the culture has vanished on a once vibrant King St West. Businesses are cutting hours to employees and taking losses. Experts say the same results would have been achieved with NO LEFT turns and No parking. Read about it here.
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