The Joneses is a new Toronto restaurant and its grand opening is on November 17th. This spunky concept will be dishing out fun and flavour for lunch, dinner, happy hour, and late-night delights. Chef Andrew Piccinin, O&B District Executive, crafts playful menus with retro-inspired shared plates, Detroit-style pizzas, handmade pasta, pressed sushi, superior steaks, and grilled fish.


Savour stars like Stuffed Mushroom Caps, Foie Gras PB&J, and Lobster Gnocchi alla Vodka. Pizzas, a Motor City masterpiece, boast a crispy crust in deep blue steel pans. The steak program, a cut above, features premium choices and nostalgic desserts like Banana Split Mess and Oliver’s Carrot Cake.

Chef Andrew Piccinin
Chef Andrew Piccinin at Parcheggio

Wash it down with a beverage bonanza—craft beer, wines, and spirited options. The bar, stocked with 30 handcrafted cocktails, offers a mix of signatures, vintage recipes, and a martini marvel. Happy Hour brings $9 cocktails, $6 beers, and mixed drinks. Late-night revellers can indulge in large-format cocktails and bottle service.

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Now what to wash it all down with? The Joneses offers large-format cocktails perfect for sharing with large plates

Steeped in a very Mad Men-esque mid-century modern-inspired bar, this new concept will offer more choices for theatre and sports lovers in downtown Toronto.

Step into the reimagined space by Solid Design Creative—where old meets new in a funky mix. The bar, lounge, and 132-seat dining room, with warm wood tones and mid-century modern vibes, set the stage. Three private dining spaces, named “Eastwood,” “Kitt,” and “Hepburn,” await events hosting up to 60 seated guests and 70 minglers. The Joneses may be hard to keep up with, but that will never stop us from trying.

The Joneses will be open for lunch and dinner from Monday through Friday, and dinner only on
The Joneses is located at 33 Yonge Street.