Since opening in 2005 ViVetha Bistro has been a 'go-to' place for brunch or dinner in the beaches' east end.
The Bistro offers a Tuesday night 'Prix Fixe' menu and can accomodate groups/parties up to 40 people.
From a quick Thai salad to a full-course Asian meal, Green Basil provides a menu rich in fresh ingredients and traditional quality.
Green Basil offers the best of gourmet Thai, Chinese and Asian dishes, drawing from beloved family recipes that highlight the unique qualities of traditional herbs blending with quality meats and vegetables.
Beach Bird offers a wide variety of choices, from huge breakfast plates, to freshly baked bread, from a wide variety of pasta dishes to the fantastic desserts on display. Every ingredient used in the preparation of all dishes are prepared fresh daily and "in house".
The Beach Cinemas
Just east of Coxwell on Queen Street the Beach Cinemas is a class 'A' theatre with 6 screens.
Glen Steward Ravine Trail
The city of Toronto parks department has developed an interpretive nature trail through the Glen Stewart Ravine and an attractive pocket-size guidebook to go with it. The city hopes that city residents in general and school groups in particular will take advantage of these resources to learn to appreciate the beauty and hidden charms of this narrow ravine. Another interesting aspect of this walk is the contrast between the natural setting of Glen Stewart Ravine and the artificially created Ashbridge's Bay Park.
Ashbridges Bay Park
The park is named after Sarah Ashbridge, a Quaker widow and United Empire Loyalist from Philadelphia who settled here in 1793 and obtained a Crown land grant for a farm in 1799. Ashbridge's Bay originally extended from Cherry Street to Woodbine Avenue but lake filling for industrial uses has claimed most of the marshlands.
The 35 hectares of waterfront park includes a regional slo-pitch softball centre and public boat launch ramps. Pedestrian and bicycle trails are located on the Martin Goodman Trail. Complementing its expansive beaches is the Woodbine Beach boardwalk.
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