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  • Three years after setting up camp in the city’s most lively market, Sanagan’s Meat Locker has flown the nest and moved a hop, skip and a jump away from its original — but tiny — home. Following much praise from the city’s carnivores, owner Peter Sanagan felt that branching out was the next step. “Honestly,

  • Dundas Street West has become a sort of “Little Japan” with its variety of eateries peddling everything from cheesecake, matcha soft serve and of course, ramen.

  • 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

  • Sara, a new globally-inspired fine dining concept by the Food Dudes, is the culmination of a decade-long career in Toronto’s food scene. In ten years, the Dudes have launched a food truck; their take-out counter and catering arm, Pantry; the southern eatery, Omaw; the subterranean, upscale-industrial gastro-shack, Rasa and their take-out pizza chain, Blondies. With the new highly anticipated launch of SARA, they’ve finally filled out their punch

  • Sash Restaurant

    Sash Restaurant and Wine Bar, now open at Yonge and Summerhill, is the new home base of chef Sash Simpson, formerly of Mark McEwan’s North 44 and Bymark.

  • 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

  • Corbin Tomaszeski, who has appeared on Restaurant Take-Over, Dinner Party Wars and currently stars on the Food Network’s The Incredible Food Race, partnered with Toronto’s Westin Harbour Castle two years ago to oversee their food program.

  • The family-owned and -operated purveyors of Sicilian eats Scaccia, has set up shop in the Union Station food court, giving their Yorkdale location a sorella (sister). This new location has transformed the menu classics to be more on-the-go friendly, with everything still being made fresh in-house. Scaccia has expanded its salad options and has many

  • The Italian chain Scaddabush is the place to go for hand-pulled mozzarella that is spread atop many of its tasty and affordable dishes. With a crowd composed of many professionals on a break from work or coming from a day at the office, there is definitely a celebratory feeling here. The interior feels like a

  • 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

  • Appetizing shops are a dying breed. Not to be confused with the deli, an appetizing shop is a Jewish purveyor of all the things to eat with bagels. New York City used to be rife with them, but at this point Russ & Daughters, which has been around since 1914, is one of the only

  • Located in Liberty Village, School 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 mood

  • Hailing from the west end of Vancouver, Score Pub Group is inviting us into their world of excess at Score on King: serving up super boozy and colossal caesars, like the Checkmate, $60, that has everything on it but the kitchen sink (seriously, there’s an entire cornish hen on top), you’ll be sure to find

  • Found on a still-kinda-forlorn stretch of Bloor West, Seoul Shakers has all the trappings of a Leemo Han joint. Along with bartender Inh Huh, the restaurateurs behind the vivacious Pinky’s Ca Phe have opened up a space that is a feast for both the eyes and stomach. A retro vibe permeates the long room, accented

  • There’s extremely limited seating at Seven Lives, so people eat standing up. They do so quickly and armed with many napkins. After all, you can’t venture very far before the heaping Gobernador, the specialty taco with smoked marlin, grilled shrimp and cheese, starts to fall apart.

  • This Thornhill burger and fried chicken joint is making waves amongst the kosher crowd. Sheli’s is another restaurant from the owners of Cafe Sheli and Bistro Grande in Thornhill, and their goal is to make the best burgers and fried chicken in the city. The ingredients are brought in fresh every day, and the meat

  • Shook Kitchen

    The open-air markets of Israel come to downtown Toronto with Shook Israeli Kitchen. The vegetarian concept is serving fresh ingredients and a multitude of cuisines under one roof.

  • Famous for their cupcakes, Short & Sweet is one of the city’s best bake shops. Owned by Orli Levy, a mother and beauty industry executive who decided to make her life a little sweeter by quitting her job and opening a bakery in 2009. As a lifelong baker, she took inspiration from her mother and

  • At Shoushin, Lawrence Park’s new omakase-only outpost, Chef Jackie Lin is fixated on the idea of improvement. The three tiers of his tasting menu reflect the deep experience he gained from working at Zen Japanese Restaurant for 12 years.

  • A dinner at Shunoko may just be the best sushi you have in this city. The refined menu features expected, classic maki rolls, like a spicy tuna, but also has inventive and perhaps unlikely pairings, such as the blue fin tuna sashimi with little bocconcini balls topped with a balsamic drizzle. The key at Shunoko,