Harbour Sixty Steakhouse

Row 1

Details
60 Harbour St. (at Yonge St.)
Toronto, ON M5J 1B7
(416) 777-2111

Foursquare Tips

  • This smart steakhouse is located in an old building in Toronto's dockside district. Celebrities like Julianne Moore and Woody Harrelson have been spotted here.
  • OMG! They have heated toilet seats!! I'm never peeing anywhere else EVER again!
  • Ask for some bar bacon and order the seafood tower. It's called "pullin a Jesse"
  • Steak house ve arap; 1. Snf
  • The shrimp cocktail is awesome. Gargantuan shrimp that have great taste! Steaks are pretty good too! ;)
  • My waiter was super hot.
  • Delicious Steak
  • Don't miss Parmesan truffle fries!
  • Campfire S'mores. Best. Desert. Ever. And the 22-ounce Porterhouse ain't bad either.
  • The seafood tower is a MUST... But don't think you can eat it by yourself!
  • If you want the best steak ever order the Rib steak bone out cooked Chicago style medium rare and ask for it to be carved in the back. Always get the shrimp tempura starter. You won't regret it.
  • 10 years ago the prime rib was fantastic. I've now given this place 3 chances this past year with the prime rib being perhaps the worst I've had. If I didn't know better, it was a top sirloin.
  • NY strip steak. Go medium and you can't go wrong. Side: fries
  • The best steak house in the city. The tampura shrimp to start is life changing. Get it!!
  • Great food and great service in a beautiful building!
  • Steakhouse with unbelievable king crab legs, fantastic old fashions, and a scene out of a James Bond movie or Maxim magazine setting, whistle. Bring two credit cards and a diary. Decadent.
  • Heated toilet seats and a bidet. I've never felt fancier.
  • Server confirmed they actually have the $1000 bit needs to be shared by lots of people. No I didn't try it. Waiter said it's very very thick, like biting into a stick of butter
  • I know it's a fine steak house but the seafood is where it's at with the place. Try the Caribbean lobster tail and crab legs
  • Mashed potatoes. Asparagus. Porterhouse. Don't think, just do. (And don't forget the Grand Marnier)