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  • Café Plenty

    Inspired by the café scenes in London and Paris, Café Plenty is a slice of Europe in the heart of Toronto. Owner Melissa Patterson’s charming spot aims to satiate lunchgoers’ craving for good, honest food, tempting the hungered with freshly made salads, tartes, galettes and sandwiches.

  • FLOCK Rotisserie + Greens

    Flock from chef Cory Vitiello (Harbord Room, THR and Co.) opened its doors yesterday in the city’s Entertainment district. It joins the North America-wide trend to rotisserie chicken.

  • greenhouse juice co.- cold bevs

    Greenhouse Juice Co. is one of Toronto’s original and favourite destinations for juices, smoothies and other plant-based food that tastes good and is good for you. The juices are made from cold pressed produce that is sustainably and ethically sourced and available in glass bottles because Greenhouse Juice Co. has a reuse and recycle program

  • Kid Lee

    The bustling business district is full of restaurants that cater to an after-work crowd looking for a drink and a quick bite, but nothing is quite like Kid Lee. On the second floor of First Canadian Place, Susur Lee, an Iron Chef Canada winner, has opened up a healthy and affordable fast health food restaurant

  • Oliva

    At Oliva, they believe good food with fresh ingredients shouldn’t be comprised by price or pace. Oliva is making fresh, healthy and affordable food for you to take with you wherever you’re going. This organic café is built on the foundation that fast food can be fresh food, and Oliva is bringing that philosophy to

  • Meet one of Toronto’s most ideal salad bars. Salad Days, with multiple locations across Yorkville and downtown, is a simple, fast, uncomplicated, friendly and cheap wrap and salad destination. Create a healthy meal completely customized to your taste, but with so many options offered, Salad Days has listed its most popular pre-selected salads and wraps

  • The Green Wood

    East enders already know the Green Wood as a bright, inviting destination for thoughtfully-made breakfast and brunch fare; but with its second location the Green Wood expands its reach as well as its food offerings, adding dinner to its menu line-up. The Green Wood strikes a balance between hearty and wholesome, offering menus focused on

  • Michelle Genttner and Luis Martins may have come from opposite sides of the world, but they have one universal goal: zero food waste. The pair owns Unboxed Market, the zero waste food market in the Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood that encourages customers to shop sustainably for all their everyday essentials. The throwaway lifestyle has become rampant

  • No city loves brunch like Toronto, and no place does brunch like Wilder. This sweet café calls the Junction neighbourhood its home and provides diners with nutritionally dense meals made from whole foods. The menu ranges from dishes like the Thai green chicken curry rice bowl to the fig, rosemary and lemon honey ricotta sandwich,