The Underground Gourmet
Our favourite places to eat and drink without going topside
BY ALEX BALDINGER AND REBECCA FLEMING | PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANIEL NEUHAUS | JANUARY 8, 2019
Union Station, York Street Promenade, 65 Front St. W., 647-350-0092, eatamano.com
If catching the 5 p.m. train is the grand prize of commuting, Amano offers a good reason to throw in the towel. The pasta joint—located steps from the GO platforms—pours house wine for just $1 per ounce every weekday until 5 p.m., which makes it ideal for wine-paired lunches of chef Michael Angeloni’s pecorino-dusted bolognese, or a 4:55 p.m. tumbler with nibbles. For weekend travellers, the Sunday Gravy meal is a family-style feast starting at $35, with half-price bottles of wine.
See the full article with full list of restaurants at Toronto Life.