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  • 7 West

    Restaurant 7 West serves all around the clock, 365 days a year, so you never have to miss out on good grub in our city. Located on Charles Street in the heart of the Annex, this multi-level restaurant is not only 24/7, but it also changes as you scale the stairs. The first level is

  • AGO Bistro

    Be it for brunch, lunch, dinner or drinks, AGO Bistro will delight museum visitors with its quality fresh ingredients all sourced locally. Prix fixe menus are available for lunch and dinner, and a good time is guaranteed no matter the time or how big the dining party is.

  • Anchor Bar Toronto

    The Etobicoke outpost of the U.S. Anchor Bar chain has some serious wing cred: the original Anchor Bar in Buffalo, N.Y., is known for inventing the Buffalo chicken wing in 1964. Suffice to say that wings are Anchor Bar’s raison d’être, but Anchor Bar also does tasty brick oven pizzas, hearty sandwiches (including the Buffalo

  • Avelo

    Avelo is a plant-based restaurant born out of Awai, a pop-up vegan restaurant that garnered critical acclaim during its two-and-a-half-year run. The Awai team has made a permanent home for their concept with Avelo, a 22-seat restaurant set on the first floor of a historic home near Yonge and Wellesley. Avelo features fixed five- and

  • bannock

    Oliver & Bonacini Restaurants’ newest endeavour, Bannock, keeps with the O&B tradition of serving unapologetically Canadian cuisine (à la Canoe) and, as you might expect, serves bannock. Oliver & Bonacini’s chef Michael Bonacini and corporate executive chef Anthony Walsh developed the menu, going back to the basics of what bannock is meant to be: “a round flatbread traditionally cooked on a griddle or stone, brought to Canada through Scottish explorers and traders, adapted by Indigenous people and settlers.”

  • Bar Vendetta

    Jen Agg’s retro-styled Dundas West restaurant specializes in pasta and wine. Rather than recreating classic pasta dishes, chef and co-owner James Santon focuses on Italy’s culinary tradition of using local ingredients. The result is a menu of Italian-inspired dishes with Toronto flair, along with charcuterie platters that pay homage to the space’s previous life as

  • Beast

    Focusing on using the whole animal, Beast is advocating for sustainably grown and sourced meat and cooking it to perfection. Chef Scott Vivian’s homey little spot on the corner of Tecumseth Street and Whitaker Avenue is trying to educate as much as feed the community. He wants to inspire more Torontonians to use the parts

  • Boehmer- meat rolls

    Four restaurants capitalizing on latest culinary trend - exotic meats from venison to rabbit

  • Brooklyn Tavern

    Your friendly neighbourhood restaurant in Leslieville, Brooklyn Tavern combos old-style hospitality with modern charm. In the heart of the east end, this North American eatery is a place where people can come together over a good meal, great wine and an all around good time. With nightly dinner specials and brunch specials on weekends, Brooklyn

  • Oliver and Bonacini’s Canoe restaurant has been on the Toronto restaurant dining scene for more than two decades. It sits on the 54th floor of the TD Bank Tower down at Bay and Wellington streets and features a view of Lake Ontario and the Toronto skyline while sitting in the middle of it all. Chef

  • City Betty

    Amanda Gatien and Amber Farrell, the respective owner and chef, conceived of City Betty as a way to celebrate the bicoastal cuisines of California and New York while maintaining farm-to-table principles. The menu is dependent on which out of the seven micro-seasons is happening, to ensure the use of sustainable and local ingredients to create

  • core restaurant- scallops

    Core Restaurant is a Leslieville favourite that specializes in Canadian food with a globally inspired twist. Much credit for the menu is due to Core’s owner and head chef, Hyun Jung Kim. Chef Kim has worked his way up through the ranks at many restaurants that have the same “thing global, eat local” mindset as

  • D|Bar

    Yorkville’s own D|Bar was revamped in 2018 making it one of the hot spots for Toronto’s elite. Located in the swanky Four Seasons Hotel, chef Daniel Boulud reimagined the menu and transformed the space to become an intimate but elegant lounge. Here celebrities and mere mortals can exchange niceties over cutely named cocktails like the

  • Donna's

    When you hear that Donna’s was started by three Momofuku alums, the food that they offer may surprise you, but the quality of said food will not. In the hip Junction triangle area, Donna’s is serving up everything from fresh pressed juices made in house, to sandwiches — like the pork belly with spicy mustard,

  • Drake Mini Bar

    Toronto’s hippest downtown hotel group welcomes the Drake Mini Bar to its resto family. Across the hall from the Drake One-Fifty, executive chef Jonathan Pong and chef de cuisine Amancio dos Santos have created a perfectly crafted menu that mingles food and drink like never before. Seasonally designed, the menu features snacks and shareables along

  • Award-winning chef Lorenzo Losetto is cooking up Canadian fine dining fare at his Moss Park restaurant, George. Expect to eat from an inventive tasting menu that highlights locally sourced ingredients and other innovative dishes that celebrate flavours of the world, such as the avocado brûlée served with saffron couscous and curry yogurt. The refined space

  • globe bistro- food

    Having just read an update on 24 recent restaurant closings, I am in awe of the optimism inherent in the opening of a new dining spot. Layer that with a “jinxed” location, and it is clear that the guiding minds have supreme confidence.

  • Harpers Landing

    The slew of Landing restaurants are taking over the city’s bar and grill scene and making it Landing’s only. Harpers Landing, the Oakville version, is one of the more sleek incarnations of this chain. With a massive dining room and a bistro vibe, Harpers’ menu features a wide range of modern Canadian dishes with influences

  • Holts Café Toronto

    The revamped Holts Café sees Holt Renfrew’s flagship restaurant redone with a bold new look and a fresh, seasonally-driven menu in partnership with Chase Hospitality Group. The refreshed iteration of the restaurant occupies the same space as its predecessor: the mezzanine level of Holt Renfrew’s Bloor Street location, adjacent to the women’s footwear hall (which

  • As comic icon Jerry Seinfeld once asked, in character as Barry B. Benson for Bee Movie (2007), “Ya like jazz?” it’s the question that must be asked before a night at Jazz Bistro, Toronto’s favourite fine dining and live jazz performances locale in the heart of downtown. Indulge with menu favourites like the pan seared Ontario