Nodo’s third Toronto location has landed in Leslieville.
The stylish new Italian restaurant moved into the fabled corner spot at Queen and Curzon with a roster of classics and rustic, scratch-made dishes such as gnocchi and ragu.
The extensive (and reasonably priced) menu also includes an extensive list of pizzas, salads and antipasti like AAA Canadian beef tenderloin carpaccio, steamed BC mussels and crispy, dry-rubbed shrimp and calamari.
There are beer and cocktails but the lineup of wines steals the show and there’s a price point to suit every budget.
The interior has been given a makeover with a modern black and white palette, wainscotting wall panels and a divider that separates the dining room from the bar area.
The vibe is relaxed and feels at ease with the neighbourhood, and two patios to take advantage of the last days of summer.
Check out Nodo at 1192 Queen St. E or visit them online at nodorestaurant.ca for more info.