This award-winning Spanish restaurant expands its King West location

Sep 28 2018, 3:15 pm

After a successful first year, award-winning Labora Restaurant and Bar has expanded its King West location, bringing an authentic Spanish experience to the heart of downtown Toronto.

Originally located within Campo Food Hall, the entire space is upwards of 3,000-sq-ft, offering diners an intimate experience reminiscent of dining in coastal Mallorca, Spain. The region where owner and Chef Rob Bragagnolo lived and honed his craft for over 12 years.

The newly renovated space increases the restaurant’s seating capacity to 90 people, and now features a semi-private dining area for groups of 10 to 12.


Labora’s Pulpo A La Plancha (Photo: Dancing with a Bear)

In addition to the restaurant’s structural changes, Labora’s bar now boasts 25 seats, providing patrons with a front row view to the lively raw bar as well as the beer and vermouth taps.

Labora Restaurant and Bar (Photo: Dancing with a Bear)

Hungry patrons can enjoy authentic libations and a Spanish charcuterie and cheese station from midday to late night as the restaurant now serves lunch, dinner, apertivo and a late night snack menu, available only at the bar.

Guests visiting for dinner can also indulge in Labora’s popular churros, which have become a staple on the dessert menu.

Labora Restaurant and Bar

Phone: 416-260-9993
What: 433 King Street West
Hours: Monday, 11:30 am to 4 pm; Tuesday to Saturday, 11:30 am to 4 pm, 5 pm to 11 pm; Sunday, 5 pm to 10 pm

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