Photo Courtesy -	Signe Langford
  • Headed by chef Danny Pantano, Glas Wine Bar offers a creative menu crafted around seasonal, ingredients and locally sourced wines. With focus on freshness, attention to detail and presentation, Glas is one of Leslieville’s foremost dining establishments.

    1118 Queen Street East, Toronto.

    Tuesday to Saturday
    5:30pm until close
    Weekend brunch offered from 10:30am-2pm

    647-351-4527
    Reservations Recommended Book a table online

Eat In Eat Out Magazine – Top 5 Restaurants to Try 2013

GLAS WINE BAR – The “Leslieville’ area has had a real re-birth in the last few years as a central hub for new exciting trends in dining. The ‘wonderkids’ of  TO chefs have been responsible for making this a destination dining zone. There are so many wonderful spots to mention; The Grove,The Riverside Public House, … Continue reading

DINE TO – Top 10 Restaurants 2012

The first thing you may notice about Glas is not its simple, austere decor or how friendly and go-out-of-their-way accommodating the servers are. What most women, and quite a few men, will definitely notice is how strikingly handsome chef/owner Dan Patano is. And in this tiny unassuming neighbourhood nook, there’s really very little else to … Continue reading

JAMES CHATTO AT GLAS

GLAS 19 Jul Newsflash… Leslieville has a new nonpareil – Glas (1118 Queen St. E., 647-351-4527) is the 20-set boite opened by chef-owner Dan Pantano a couple of weeks ago. Very much a one-man show, with the open kitchen in the miniature room, it could be the best food in the neighbourhood. Small dishes, refined … Continue reading

DINE TO AT GLAS

Tongue teasing with tapas By Alan A. Vernon The first thing you may notice about Glas is not its simple, austere decor or how friendly and go-out-of-their-way accommodating the servers are. What most women and quite a few men will definitely notice is how strikingly handsome chef/owner Dan Pantano is. And in this tiny unassuming … Continue reading

Toronto Life at Glas Wine Bar

“Glas, an intimate, 20-seat wine bar headed up by a chef obsessed with freshness, elegance and detail. After eight years cooking in Italy, the UK and Montreal, including at several restaurants with Michelin stars, Danny Pantano returned home to hang out his own shingle. “Leslieville is the best place in the world and the people are so supportive … Continue reading

National Post at Glas Wine Bar

“Glas means glass in German, a tip-off to the owner Danny Pantano’s years-long experience cooking in the South Tyrol, where Austria meets Italy. This lush paradise is gourmet heaven: It has more Michelin stars than any other Italian region. The menu here is short and austere, more tapas than dinner. While we dither, the chef … Continue reading

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