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    This welcoming European-style bakery and café is the real deal, helmed by French master pastry chef Thierry Schmit. Originally from Alsace – the bakery is named after the stork (la cigogne), a symbol of this French region – Schmit moved to Toronto in the 1990s and has taught French baking and pastry at George Brown

  • Patisserie La Cigogne

    La cigogne, or stork, is a symbol of the Alsace region of France, where it is thought to bring good luck. At Patisserie La Cigogne, French master pastry chef Thierry Schmitt aims to provide Alsatian delicacies from the land of the stork. Traditional French desserts, like croquembouches, pastries, breads and chocolate, have earned La Cigogne a

  • Born in Alsace, France, Chef Marc Thuet began his career working in Michelin-star restaurants across Europe before becoming one of Toronto’s greatest. Now the renowned chef operates Petite Thuet, a rustic bakery inspired by the patisseries of Paris. Through the two locations in Rosedale and Leslieville, Petite Thuet serves hand-baked treats, jams, prepared meals and

  • Pho Pas Social Bistro

    Punny and unapologetic, this Vietnamese and French bistro is serving up historic fusion we can’t get enough of. With the French culture remaining so present in Vietnamese cuisine, it is no wonder the people at Pho Pas Social Bistro have decided to create a restaurant that highlights the beauty and bounty of both culturally rich

  • Reign

    The Fairmont Royal York’s new signature restaurant Reign is serving artful plates of French fare in a sophisticated setting. Reign was introduced as the more food-focused half of a two-part redesign meant to mark the historic landmark’s 90th anniversary this year. Its sister restaurant, Clockwork — which got its name from the massive 90th anniversary

  • Ruelo Patisserie

    Making its first foray into Toronto, Ruelo Patisserie has long called Richmond Hill home. Owner Jacqueline Lo, pastry chef extraordinaire, has been in the biz now for some four years, and hopes to slowly set up camp throughout the city, gaining customers one macaron at a time. Her new Toronto location opened near Yonge and Eglinton last month

  • Sapori

    Looking for a place where you can spend the afternoon sipping on natural wine and snacking on mountains of house-cured charcuterie? Look no further, because at Sapori, they are serious about the combination of cured meats, local cheeses, accoutrements and of course delicious biodynamic, natural wine. Chef Ryan Sciara, formerly of Oliver & Bonacini, Archive

  • Sassafraz, the quintessential Yorkville hangout and celeb magnet, has been seriously revamped. The 20-year-old Victorian house has gone from a sunny yellow to a sophisticated sage green, and that’s just the beginning of the transformation. This new redesign is a culmination of two years of research. After all, it’s hard to revamp such a beloved neighbourhood staple without considering

  • Scaramouche

    It’s still the most elegant restaurant in town. We love the deluxe ambiance, the smoother-than-silk service, and of course the impeccable food. The cuisine is a complex mix of classic and modern. Like big fat scallops with jazzy relish of Meyer lemon, olive and pistachio and shaved raw veg grace notes. And superbly moist house-pickled

  • Smith

    Straight operated as a nightclub in the Village for around three years, but customers increasingly wanted to get their dining on before getting their groove on. So owner Renda Abdo overhauled the place with some help from the design team at Commute Home (Nyood, Colborne Lane, Briscola Trattoria) and brought in executive chef Peter McKnight, a veteran from Wish, to create Smith. The restaurant opened earlier this month.

  • Sorrel

    French and Mediterranean fine dining is one way to see this elegant restaurant. Sorrel is decorated in the most luxurious pastels and white linens, and with crystal and glass bottles lining the wall behind the bar and photos of the Mediterranean on the wall, you can’t help but feel fancy walking in here. The food

  • After studying in France, pastry chef Gemma Steckel worked in some of the most popular restaurants in Europe and Toronto. Now, she’s serving up a modern twist on classic French desserts at XO Bisous. This charming café has a breakfast and lunch menu with salads and sandwiches made fresh daily with quality ingredients. Located in