About East Thirty-Six
Toronto, ON M5E 1C7
The restaurant and bar concept at East Thirty-Six focuses on house-made ingredients for craft cocktails and a gourmet menu of shareable dishes. The kitchen prepares beautiful and affordable share plates - perfect for a casual after-work dinner or a carefully curated dining experience. Co-owner and mixologist Julien Salomone brings a wealth of experience to the beverage program; infusing syrups, tinctures and liquors in-house to heighten the stunning array of cocktails.
Tapas / Small Plates, Contemporary French / American, International
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Friday : 11:30pm - 1:00am
Saturday - Monday : 4:00pm- 2:00am
Wellington and Yonge
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
We have various DJs spinning every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night.
Lots of street parking nearby, as well as several public parking garages.
East Thirty-Six is a quick walk from both King and Union stations.
Private Party Facilities:
East Thirty-Six is available for cocktail functions of up to 115 people and seated dinners for 65 people. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information and to request our private dining menu options
Private Party Contact:
Stanley: (647) 350-3636
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Private Room, Wine
East Thirty-Six Ratings and Reviews
My friend and I had a very disappointin ...
My friend and I had a very disappointing experience. The service as poor, as we were often sitting unspoken to for over 20 minutes at a time and eventually waved servers down to be spoken to. The food was also extremely disappointing and to us, unappealing. The wine was corked, and the food just tasted off. We did not finish the two plates we ordered and were hoping the kitchen would forget about the third plate we ordered because we were so disappointed by the first two. We asked for our bill as soon as we could (by waving down a server). Would not recommend and would not go back.
Another great meal! Best lamb-burger in ...
Another great meal! Best lamb-burger in town. Salmon was outstanding and cauliflowers was excellent.
Alex took great care of us with a perfect level of attention, great wine recommendation and overall friendliness.
This restaurant is a real gem.
Great cocktails and small dishes. But w ...
Great cocktails and small dishes. But with extremely loud music and people hanging around our table waiting for us to leave, I wouldn't classify this a restaurant. Strange because I used to visit here regularly and as far as i knew (and what is on the website) is that there is a DJ there on friday and saturday nights but I was there on a thursday and it was a full-on club vibe. I thought maybe when happy hour was over it would turn back into a restaurant but nope. Would not recommend if you expect to be able to talk with anyone.
Food well prepared and presented, compri ...
Food well prepared and presented, comprising of very good quality ingredients - salmon with lentils was exceptional. Service was fine - nothing noteworthy positive or negative. Wines by the glass were also ok but could be better quality and/or more interesting. Overall great place for pre-theatre. Would definitely visit again.
Our dinner was delectable from start to ...
Our dinner was delectable from start to finish. Our server Alexa was gracious and a delight. She guided us through the menu so we had just the right amount of food.
Sunday night was 1/2 off the wine list so we enjoyed two bottles; '14 McManis Viognier and '13 Clos Du Val Zinfandel both from California. We enjoyed peanuts with smoked paprika, and cayenne and warm olives with garlic. Fries with crispy chicken skin and lemon aioli. cauliflower with brown butter hazelnut and parsley, burrata with heirloom tomatoes. The highlight was the bone marrow with chicken liver parfait and the lamb burger with smoked onion and goat milk Gouda....dessert was lemons custard and a chocolate ganache.... Oh my ... Can't wait to go back!!!
Thank you East Thirty-Six for a lovely evening....
A nice feel to the bar / restaurant comb ...
A nice feel to the bar / restaurant combination. Martinis (sans vermouth) were a really good surprise. The lamburger was great and the fries were done just right - crispy, but not crunchy and good dips on the side. We went here before catching a game at ACC and it worked out perfectly.
We went for summerlicious and the food w ...
We went for summerlicious and the food was disappointing (the favours do not compliment each other. e.g. Tuna with olive source - the taste of olive totally oVerrides the taste of the tuna, cucumber gazpacho is too sour, the source on top of the steak would be better on the side as it doesn't quite go with the steak ). Some items were ok, like the mushroom lasagna and pate. Given that None of the Items on the summerlicious menu are on the regular menu, Maybe just ordering from the regular menu will be better.
This was my first time here for Summerli ...
This was my first time here for Summerlicious, and I wasn’t blown away. The Gazpacho was like eating dill cold soup….. the texture was nice and smooth but it was just too dilly. I liked the crudo with the nice radish and I wished I’d ordered it. My main was mushroom lasagna and it didn’t remotely look appetizing when it came out but it was really good. It had tonnes of large mushrooms in it and the sauce had a nice cheesy mushroom flavour. I really liked the mix of the peppery arugula as well. The chicken was okay. It had nice texture, but I found the chimichurri a little overpowering with cilantro. Dessert was really good! The delice was like a slice of almost chocolate fudge so rich with that texture. The caramel sauce was really good and there was actual salt on the plate. The only down was there was some olive oil on the plate that greasy and unappetizing. The lemon custard was so extremely good. It was a nice thick consistency in a cute little jar and the macadamia on top were really tasty. The people though were really nice and I might try the regular menu again
The Summerlicious menu was so-so. The co ...
The Summerlicious menu was so-so. The cold cucumber soup tasted more like cold pickle soup. That said when the server realized that I did not eat it, offered me another appetizer, which was fine. Salmon main was ok, nothing special. The chocolate torte dessert was awesome with peanut brittle sticking out, and yummy caramel sauce. Saved by dessert!
The hostess was extremely accommodating ...
The hostess was extremely accommodating with helping us celebrate our friend's birthday. The service was attentive and friendly, not pretentious or overbearing as one would assume from the lush decor. Would be ideal for a romantic dinner given the intimate space and the food was well-executed and well-timed to give us enough time in between to chat and enjoy our cocktails. Cocktails lean to the strong and dry side, very aromatic.
The food was quite good but the portions ...
The food was quite good but the portions were small at this price point. We had the burger that was the special for the day and the gnocchi. The desserts were delicious and portions generous. Good service as well.
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