Harbour Sports Grille, The “It” Spot for Sportsfans

By Peter Budnick

Located at Yonge and Queen’s Quay, this remarkable establishment continues to provide a cozy environment for relaxation or celebration. Frequented by Toronto’s entertainers, sports personalities and a discerning public, this sports bar is unique.

Toronto Waterfront Magazine arranged for talented actress, comedian, television and radio personality Nicole Arbour and boxing champion Mike “Prime Time” Post, to sample the Grille’s offerings. Our diners came out with healthy appetites and were not disappointed.

The Harbour Sports Grille served up an extensive array of excellent food. Starting with the “world’s biggest eggroll”, our diners were deluged with teriyaki stir-fry salmon, baked chicken rigatoni, broiled garlic shrimp (in garlic butter and white wine), Pyramid chicken balls (caramelized in sweet and spicy Thai sauce), Pizza bruschetta, and Mediterranean flat bread for dipping.

Hungry Mike was still hungry and devoured a superb 12 oz. New York striploin steak – centre cut. This was topped off by large slices of double-chocolate and creamy carrot cakes. Everybody loved it.

Now, Nicole and “Prime Time” Mike understand why there are so many delighted regulars at the Harbour Sports Grille.

The Harbour Sports Grille served up an extensive array of excellent food. Starting with the “world’s biggest eggroll”, our diners were deluged with teriyaki stir-fry salmon, baked chicken rigatoni, broiled garlic shrimp (in garlic butter and white wine), Pyramid chicken balls (caramelized in sweet and spicy Thai sauce), Pizza bruschetta, and Mediterranean flat bread for dipping.

Hungry Mike was still hungry and devoured a superb 12 oz. New York striploin steak – centre cut. This was topped off by large slices of double-chocolate and creamy carrot cakes. Everybody loved it.

Now, Nicole and “Prime Time” Mike understand why there are so many delighted regulars at the Harbour Sports Grille.

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