On a day when Apple's iOS6 debuts with 3D views that let you virtually fly over Toronto's core, we thought it would make sense to reveal another way to take in Toronto "in 3D". Located midway up the Trump International Hotel and Tower, Stock restaurant features a terrace with quite a view, and with space for just 12 lucky diners.
The slender balcony 31 storeys up on the south side of the tower holds six tables for two. When we visited mid-afternoon recently between lunch and dinner services, the lunch time arrangement had the high-top tables placed against the building's wall, as seen above. Below, the supplied image shows the terrace arranged for dinner service.
Sheltered by tall glass panels, the terrace was free of breezes when we visited, meaning guests should reap all of the benefits of al fresco dining without having to hold the tablecloth down. In a city with so many skyscrapers, it's nice to have another location where the public can actually take advantage of the visual drama to be had here. Stock should do the trick for anyone wanting to impress with Toronto, and be impressed themselves.
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