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The Opera House

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4.3 Google Review
735 Queen St E, Toronto, Ontario, M4M 1H1, Canada
(416) 466-0313 theoperahousetoronto.com
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Jul 31, 2018
I tried this place a couple of weeks ago and looks like I'll be a regular here. The food is amazing at a reasonable price. The service is great! The atmosphere is nice, classy and relaxed. My two favorites are the seafood and shrimp noodle soups. Nothing like a hot soup on a cold or hot day.

Aug 16, 2018
Organized venues are key for me when it comes to concerts. This is far from an issue at The Opera house! I went to see Jorja Smith back in May... doors opened at 7 and we were in fairly quickly!! Some venues are so unorganized and it’s difficult to communicate with security and employees there, although everyone was super helpful! The venue itself was amazing! The sound was so good! I had an amazing experience 🤗

Jun 10, 2018
Small and cozy, cool venue. Amazing staff. There's absolutely no where else in the city where security actually cares about the people like these guys do. Kinda overpriced drinks though! For ~$10 a drink I'd expect better than bottom shelf liquors. All in all, good experience, go there.

Jul 30, 2018
Excellent venue. Easy to find nearby parking at a decent price (especially for Toronto). Drink prices are $7-10. Sound is clear with good depth, but as with any concert venue, don't forget your earplugs!

May 14, 2018
I've been there once, but it's one of my favorite spots for live performances now! Their performance venue fits a good a number audience; not too many, not too little. Good variety of drinks at the bar. + $2 for ear plugs They also have high security maintenance; don't have bottles water or body spray cans on you. The interior looks classy, too!

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