Experience first hand the importance Greeks place on ‘filoxenia’- the taking of a stranger in the middle of the night when he did not expect it, to share everything without question.
Watch as our kitchen teams carve the towering mountain of ice that beds the ‘catch-of-the-day’ flown in directly from the Mediteranean and the Agean Sea.
They say that for Greeks life begins at midnight. The bar at Paralia is no exception. Representing a Greece of ‘today’, the bar at Paralia is abuzz with ouzo fueled conversation fused with an eclectic pulse of groove tempo beats.
Built to resemble a Greek monastery, you will likely find on the island of Santorini or Crete. Paralia which is overlooking the beach as well as being accompanied by one of the most exclusive views in Toronto, is where mezzedes makes friends out of strangers and the event of the main course welcomes all as family.