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Hot Dining: Sky-High Ambition at Stock

After a few years where scruffy spaces and sharing platters became the gastronomic norm, it seems that top-flight fine dining is slowly making a comeback in Toronto. The latest no-expense-spared dining room rises above the fray, quite literally, on the 31st floor of the new Trump International Hotel and Tower. At Stock, the city’s elite savour the cosmopolitan plates of chef Todd Clarmo—from whole grilled spigala ($35) to beef short ribs ($34)—in a swank dining room dominated by a floor-to-ceiling wine wall that boasts bottles from some of the world’s most celebrated vintners. Though its name may imply otherwise, there’s nothing commonplace about this new haven for epicurean indulgence.

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