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Skin Bones

Skin Bones, 980 Queen St East, Toronto

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Average Price: $30 and under
Cuisine: Canadian
Dress Code: Casual Dress

Skin Bones is a husband- and wife-owned restaurant located in the Leslieville neighborhood of Toronto. It is located inside of a century-old warehouse, giving it a sense of history and charm. From the decor to the plating, everything radiates a friendly ambiance that welcomes guests as soon as they set foot inside. Skin Bones prides itself on being a farm-to-table restaurant and actively supports the local farming community by sourcing as many of its ingredients as possible from local merchants.



Many of the standouts on the Skin Bones menu might be new to some diners, such as the grilled beef tongue or the pork and ricotta meatballs with a pumpkin seed and basil pesto. For an tasty experience, order the four-course, family-style meal. The menu of this unique offering changes nearly every day, depending on what the chefs have in store.


Skin Bones 980 Queen St East, Toronto

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Skin+Bones is #445 of 9002 things to do in Toronto

5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: campanero, Newmarket, Ontario
Thu 22 Feb, 2018
l Ate at Skin+Bones for an early (5:30) dinner on a Tuesday evening because we had tickets for Crows Theatre down the street. Needless to say the place wasn't packed. Three of us had the Tuesday...

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2 of 5 stars2 out of 5
By: Susan S
Sun 11 Feb, 2018
l This was my second time going to this restaurant - the first time I was impressed just popped in sat at the bar and had the daily special didn't look at menu - it was great!!!! However, my second...

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: 13Skier13, Toronto, Canada
Wed 31 Jan, 2018
l We had a corporate dinner for 10 at Skin+Bones. We ended up there after the worst experience dealing with the Broadview Hotel. Skin+Bones could not have been more accomodating. The back area was...

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