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  • For over 10 years, 7 Numbers has been showing Toronto how to put, and keep, the “family” in family style. This southern Italian restaurant is serving its country’s version of soul food cooked up by the owning family’s matriarch, Rosa. Once a month, Mama Rosa opens her kitchen doors to teach others how to make

  • Have you ever sat at Union Station waiting for your GO train just wishing that you could sip a glass of wine or have a cold beer? Thanks to Amano Pasta, that dream is almost a reality. You still can’t consume alcohol in Union Station itself but you can walk a few steps to the

  • Annabelle Pasta Bar, the newest addition to the family has opened just around the corner from BOB.

  • From a restaurant by the Tyrrhenian Sea in Milazzo, Sicily, to a rustic trattoria on King Street East, Roberto Marotta invites you to mange with him at Ardo. Growing up in Sicily, this professional chef came to Canada to build a new life with his Canadian wife and partner and found a way to make

  • Ascari

    Ascari Enoteca has been a favourite in Leslieville for nearly a decade, serving select European wines and fresh handmade pastas in its trendy yet intimate 38-seater. Partners Erik Joyal and John Sinopoli have long been cooking up something on a much larger scale, though, and the new Ascari is now open at King West and

  • Named after Italian racecar legend Alberto Ascari, Ascari Enoteca 26 is a bit of a throwback to the ’50s. Aiming to provide an experience similar to a classic Italian enoteca, the restaurant creates a space and ambiance that speaks to the enthusiasm that Ascari had for food and wine. Opened by the team that brought

  • Bar Altura is a remarkably modern and vibrant Italian restaurant that will impress even the toughest of nonnas. Executive chef Marco Zandona has created a menu that elevates classic dishes to new tasting heights, like the caprese antipasti, which is, instead of layered slices of mozz and tomatoes, house-cured tomatoes (that have been dehydrated then

  • 8 Bar Buca

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    Buca and Buca Yorkville are two of the most luxurious restaurants in Toronto. Bar Buca, the company’s all-day bar and cafe, offers a wedge of that excellence for a fraction of the price. The soaring ceilings and wine list can entice you to spend more, but a schiacciata (focaccia sandwich) and a coffee is a

  • Tucked away underneath the bustling Terroni Price Street location sits Bar Centrale, a casual, yet refined wine bar serving traditional Italian cuisine with a modern twist. Bar Centrale is a common ground for Rosedale dwellers as it opens its doors at 7 a.m., serving a delightful breakfast and brunch on the weekends. The wine bar’s

  • Some restaurateurs get into business for the money, for others it’s a passionate affair and a way of life. Michelle and Herbert Barnsteiner fall safely into the latter category and have recently opened the next chapter of that love story at Yonge and Balmoral Avenue.

  • The newest sibling in the growing Oliver & Bonacini family opened yesterday. Beaumont Kitchen matches restaurant with retail at its location inside the brand new Saks Fifth Avenue in Sherway Gardens.

  • Sister restaurant to the popular beer hall Bar Volo, this Little Italy hideout is the perfect place to have a beer and a bite. Birreria Volo is a rustic, Italian-style bar focusing on its constantly rotating list of wild ales, natural wine, ciders and snacks. The hideaway feeling is brought on by the historical alley

  • Bitondo's Pizzeria

    A couple blocks south of the Little Italy main drag on College Street lies this tiny, old-school, bare-bones pizzeria. It’s unlikely to remind you of dinners at your nonna’s house, unless your nonna served cheap pizza slices on paper plates and her dining room consisted of a few plastic tables and some orange plastic chairs,

  • Boccone Deli and Pizza Bar looks to bring a traditional European deli experience to Toronto. They offer a selection of fresh made focaccia sandwiches, pizzas, rotating pasta and dinner specials and a salad bar. Patrons can eat-in, take-out or take advantage of their catering service and have the food brought directly to you.

  • Toronto downtown favourite, Buca, has set up shop a little bit further north in the Yorkville Four Seasons Hotel with Buca Osteria & Bar. The concept for the menu is still very much rooted in the Italian tradition but made with Canadian ingredients, thus the menu changes somewhat often depending on the seasonality of ingredients.

  • This hulking mess of a sandwich comes to you courtesy of California Sandwiches. Hogtown’s renowned Italian sandwicheria has been around since 1967, making it a veritable antiquity in the restaurant world. The original Little Italy location takes over a corner spot on a residential street, squirrelled away from the main thoroughfares. Inside, the goods are

  • Before there was La Palma, there was Campagnolo. Chef Craig Harding and wife Alexandra Hutchison’s love letter to Italian food has been drawing the pastaratti to Dundas West since before it was cool. The homey environs make you feel like you’ve stumbled into a Tuscan villa overseen by an eager nonna, keen to feed. A

  • Cantina Mercatto is the newest addition to the Mercatto family of restaurants (Taverna, Locale, Trattoria and College) that started some 20 years ago on Toronto Street. Close to both the St. Lawrence Market and the Financial District, the new space is meant to be a one-stop shop for lunch meetings, special occasions as well as après work drinks. “[It’s] that kind of convivial space that

  • An elegant Italian dining experience in the heart of the downtown core, Carisma is one of the city’s best Italian restaurants. After eight years in their quaint and cosy King Street East location, owners Michael and Margi Pagliaro moved into a larger space on Toronto Street that fits the whole extended family. Known for their

  • Casa La Palma is a 1,400 square foot lounge perched on top of its sister restaurant, Dundas West favourite La Palma. It’s a physical extension of the downstairs, but there’s a notable difference: its inspiration is not free-wheeling Venice Beach, but stylish Palm Springs. It’s co-owned by the same team as La Palma — culinary director Craig Harding, designer Alexandra