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  • 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

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    Jump Restaurant, part of the Oliver & Bonacini empire, is a financial district staple when it comes to high-quality cuisine. Jump specializes in modern North American cuisine with Italian influences, which results in bold, flavourful food. Putting its own take on traditional favourites, like handmade pastas and high grade cuts of meat, Jump only uses

  • King Rustic Kitchen and Bar

    At King Rustic Kitchen and Bar, they pride themselves on being a laid-back and local spot where you can enjoy a good bite and a relaxing evening. This place feels like a neighbourhood eatery among the more industrial and corporate restaurants that are scattered along King West. The menu here is a mix of modern

  • Lobster Burger Bar

    Lobster Burger Bar is bringing a fresh new spin on seafood to Toronto. After settling into their first location above Coffee Oysters and Champagne, the lobster and burger bar is now getting ready to expand all over the city. When managing partner Marcel Schneebeli and president Ivan Ye first heard about the U.K.-based restaurant chain

  • M'eat Resto Butcher

    Chef, butcher and owner Cam Nelson takes meat seriously at his butcher/restaurant on Queen Street East. The focus of M’eat Resto and Butcher centres heavily around sustainably grown and humanely raised beef but also has some incredible veggie and vegan offerings. We’ve all heard of farm to table, but Cam Nelson wants to ensure that

  • Montecito

    Ivan Reitman is launching Montecito, a 12,000-square-foot, 280-seat restaurant, a stone’s throw from the home base of the Toronto International Film Festival.

  • Oliver & Bonacini

    The Oliver & Bonacini empire’s Café Grill is wrapped around the corner of Yonge and Front Streets. The giant outdoor space is fit for a soiree of sorts, with an outdoor bar and seating for about 150 people. The menu here is similar to its other establishments in that it features globally inspired dishes with

  • ONE Restaurant

    In Yorkville’s swanky Hazelton Hotel sits celebrity chef Mark McEwan’s ONE Restaurant. Serving contemporary Canadian cuisine, executive chef Darby Piquette is making himself known amongst Torontonians after attending the George Brown chef school and spending years working under his mentor chef Mark McEwan. With his love of travel and affinity for cooking, Piquette is proving

  • Poutini's

    It’s a classic, recurring problem. A dilemma, even. One that’s as enduring as Coke versus Pepsi or Mac versus PC. A predicament that we’ve all faced around midnight, as the hunger pangs or munchies increase while wandering down West Queen West, desperation beginning to set in: Poutini’s or Smokes?

  • Ramona's Kitchen

    This cheerful Thornhill restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but it’s best known for its hearty breakfast and brunch. An open kitchen and warm wood walls give the restaurant a relaxed, welcoming ambiance. The dishes at Ramona’s Kitchen are as homey as the vibes, with the brunch menu featuring a line-up of comforting classics like

  • Rosedale Diner

    Since 1978, the Rosedale Diner has been serving a menu of globally inspired dishes for lunch and dinner, plus brunch on the weekends. The family-owned space is snug and eclectic with a back patio that opens for the summer months. Rosedale Diner stocks the bar with many locally brewed craft beers, a variety of Old

  • Ruby Watchco

    Nestled in the Riverside neighbourhood is one of Toronto’s favourite fine dining restaurants, Ruby Watchco. The executive chef is none other than the wildly creative, world-renowned Lynn Crawford who produces a four-course prix fixe menu that changes daily, including the wine list, depending on the availability of quality ingredients, and accommodates dietary restrictions, be they

  • School Restaurant

    Located in Liberty Village, School Restaurant is where you want to rush to on a weekend morning, the name notwithstanding. Recognized as one of Toronto’s favourite brunch spots, School keeps people coming in year-round with its refreshed and cosy industrial interior in the winter and its patio during the summer. If you’re not in the

  • sophies-kitchen-brunch

    This cheerful Leaside restaurant is known for its tasty, affordable lunches and brunches. With a bright, cozy interior decorated with citrus motifs, Sophie’s Kitchen is a welcoming spot for friends, couples, and families alike — owners Hayley Edwards and Robbie Sabato named it after their own daughter, Sophie. The menu offers a crowd-pleasing mix of

  • Tens across the board for Ten Restaurant! Serving 10 people at a time from a 10- (or five-) course tasting menu, chef Julian Bentivegna is constantly changing and developing his recipes, accounting for the seasonality and availability of ingredients. No matter what time of the year it is, though, Ten Restaurant will always be vegetable-forward,

  • abbot on eglinton- chicken burger

    Whether you’re looking for somewhere to go for after-work drinks, a meal before the theatre or just your family’s newest go to where the wait staff will begin to recognize you after a few visits, you should look to the Abbot on Eglinton. The bar boasts 12 Canadian brews on tap plus an extensive cocktail

  • the citizen- nachos

    Inspired by the resto-bars of the 1930s, the Citizen is one of Toronto’s most old school–looking hot spots. With some original beams from the historic Gooderham and Worts distillery, Toronto’s heritage is celebrated further by a innovative menu that highlights the chef’s takes on local ingredients. The Citizen’s culinary philosophy is guided by a simple

  • THE COMMONER

    The Commoner is a staple in Toronto’s Roncesvalles neighbourhood. The cosy and comfortable family spot is a home away from home for many of its regular patrons. The menu is stacked with Canadian classics, warming comfort foods and a ton of local craft brews. Try their colossal nachos, fried chicken sandwich, or some other pub

  • The holidays aren’t quite over yet, which means there’s still time to indulge in comforting treats like latkes or gingerbread. For me, it’s about the tastes and smells of the season: peppermint mochas, shortbread cookies and especially homemade apple cider mulling on the stove, with aromas of maple syrup, cinnamon sticks, cloves, allspice, berries, orange and lemon wafting through the air.

  • The Federal

    Since its opening, the Federal has become a well-known destination for the west end brunch crowd. Matching a homey interior with comforting grub, the eatery is the creation of friends Zach Slootsky, Duncan MacNeill, Joe Zabukovec and Adam Janes — most of whom still work other gigs on the side. At the Federal, they serve