We pulled into Yorkville and stopped at TRUE, a little restaurant with outdoor seating that looked pretty good. Sandra ran in to make sure they were still open and if we could bring the dogs, they said it was no problem, so we parked the car at the Four Seasons and walked down the block to the restaurant for dinner.
On the way we met Jake, an 11 year old black lab who was out for a walk with his owners. We talked for a little while then continued on, dinner was waiting and Jake wanted the rest of his walk.
We sat on the balcony at TRUE,
it was on the 2nd level of a commercial building, where the first level was a few feet below the street level. The balcony had a glass railing so the dogs could see everyone on the street and we were able to have them lie under the table.
We were the last customers of the night, the kitchen was closed at 10:00 pm which is when we arrived but because they knew we were coming they stayed open for us. They food was amazing, we had a stuffed chicken with figs, apricots and other stuff, a mushroom with parmesan cheese appetizer, a beet salad and a spinach salad with a poached egg on top. It was a good way to end our visit to Toronto.
We really liked staying in the Yorkville area and our mattress at the hotel was the best so when we got back from dinner we tore the sheets off the bed to find out what kind of mattress it was. We loved the mattress at the house we rented in Gatlinburg last year but we didn’t check to see what it was and we never heard from the owner of the house about it either. We weren’t going to make that mistake again! This was a Sterns & Foster pillow top, something we were going to look into when we got home.
The dogs were pretty happy with their mattresses as well
We set our alarm for 8:00 am and pre-ordered breakfast with the room service card. We had a $70 credit at the hotel when we checked in and we need to use it up before we left. Then it was off to bed. We have a 10 hour drive tomorrow because we stayed in Toronto for an extra day.