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  • Veghed is a restaurant/catering company headed by Ren Mercer, previously of the Spoke Club, and his partner Ruth Magbanua. It offers a variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes created from pesticide-free organic products. The menu changes seasonally to reflect what ingredients are currently available, and features Thai coconut curry, gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches and a

  • Vesuvio Pizzeria and Spaghetti House

    In 1957 the Pugliese family opened the Junction’s finest Italian restaurant. The Pugliese brothers learned the art of making pizza in New York City, at a small bakery called Vesuvio. After moving to Toronto and deciding to open up their own shop, the Pugliese’s wanted to dedicate their new restaurant to the generous man who

  • Extreme Brandz — the company responsible for Extreme Pita, Mucho Burrito and Purblendz — has opened a new Italian street food restaurant in North York called Via Cibo. It’s a middle ground between sit-down dining and fast-food, which means casual service (orders are placed at a counter) and fare that goes beyond typical fast food.

  • Inspired by tours through Italy, owners Jon Vettraino and Jason Romanoff, of the now closed the Commodore, have invited us on a journey to Italy at Viaggio, meaning “way” or “journey.” This pretty and minimalistic spot is using modern Canadian techniques and ingredients and incorporating them into traditional Italian fare. The cosy interior furnished with

  • Owner and founder Mike Mannara brings classic Italian flavour to Vaughan. Vicentina Meats features a butcher’s counter offering a wide selection of high quality meats as well as a panino and espresso bar offering sandwiches for both dine-in and take-out. They also stock a selection of imported Italian foods, from cured meats to cheeses, oils

  • Victor Restaurant

    Victor Restaurant is a stylish spot in the Hotel Le Germain. It serves a chef-driven menu, featuring modern takes on classic dishes, and a refined wine and beer list. It has a chic yet approachable atmosphere, perfect for a pre-theatre meal or drink. The menu has a bunch of seafood favourites as well as wild

  • In 1957, Vince Gasparro moved from a small town in southeastern Italy to Toronto where, three years later, he continued his family’s tradition and opened up his own butcher shop. Vince Gasparro’s Meat Market has been thriving ever since. And for good reason: Vince Gasparro only gets the best, most humanely raised local beef, pork,

  • Virtuous Pie is 100 per cent plant based and transparent. The pizza, small bites and ice cream restaurant, originating in Vancouver, has listed all of its ingredients online and has created a menu suitable for every allergy and diet (except carnivore). Some exciting items include the Stranger Wings pie, with buffalo cauliflower, fried shallots and

  • Vit Béo is serving up Vietnamese fare in a cool and casual spot around the hip area of Bloor and Ossington. Open until late, that is 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday but 2 a.m. on school nights, it even serves some drinks in teacups to be reminiscent of Chinatown establishments serving beer out of

  • Ever since the opening of Pizzeria Libretto, Toronto has seen the rise of a completely welcome and completely delicious Neapolitan epidemic. Queen Margherita opened in the east end last year; then came Pizza e Pazzi. Just last month, Viva Napoli opened on Mount Pleasant by first time restaurateur and long-time pizza aficionado Giustino Iorio. He

  • vivo pizza and pasta

    A bright, modern mini-chain with eight locations around Toronto and the GTA, Vivo Pizza + Pasta offers classic Italian dishes at an approachable price. The menu checks all the boxes you would expect from a traditional Italian restaurant, covering antipasti, Neapolitan pizzas, and standard pastas like spaghetti carbonara and potato gnocchi topped with a choice

  • Von Doughnuts makes specialty doughnuts with only the best ingredients and does it all with a smile. When you walk into this place, you’ll be greeted by the friendly staff who will encourage you to indulge in one of their tasty treats. The doughnuts here are trans fat–free, making them a little more guilt-free than

  • Vos Restaurante Argentino

    Argentine flavours and atmosphere are combined to present a true Argentine experience at Vos Restaurante Argentino. Argentina’s beef is among the best in the world and a true source of pride for the country. Argentina has regulations against giving any antibiotics or hormones to the cattle, and the Argentina cattle-producing system is based on open

  • w burger bar- counter burgers

    W Burger Bar offers up killer burgers and sides, sure, but when you order the kids a round of shakes, make sure to request a Chocolate Gorilla Monkey for yourself: Kahlúa, white crème de cacao, crème debanane, Navan liqueur and chocolate ice cream. This really ain’t Arthur Fonzarelli’s malt shop. Right at the Yonge and

  • Wahlburgers

    Wahlburgers, the famed burger restaurant founded by brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg, has made its mark on the Toronto restaurant scene. Wahlburgers is a casual spot to grab a beer and burger before heading to the game. The restaurant has casual bar and table service and serves up standard burger shop fare including freshly

  • Wanda’s Pie in the Sky has been a Kensington Market staple for over 10 years. The bakery is perched on a busy corner with a bright, multi-coloured interior. Each day, the team whips up a variety of pies, cakes and tarts made from scratch and with love, in addition to other smaller treats like cookies,

  • Wayward

    Wayward is the city’s sexiest spot for getting down and dirty on Friday and Saturday nights. Located only a couple steps up from the Good Son, this upstairs nightclub is always filled to the brim with young people dancing the night away. With an interior set up to look like a deserted Victorian saloon, this

  • With its giant sunshine-yellow doors beckoning passersby, Weslodge Saloon, King Street West’s latest addition, is hard to miss. The project of nightlife mavericks Charles Khabouth and Hanif Harji, this brand new joint is already beyond bustling — and it’s just over a week old. Dressed to the nines, thanks to designer Alessandro Munge, the polished

  • What a Bagel is way more than just bagels. This iconic bakery chain has been serving and catering for Torontonians for over 20 years. Every location makes its own bagels in-house, and their large size is what has made them so recognizable. Besides the various schmears to serve with the bagels, What a Bagel is

  • Kimberly Hannam and Ryan Getner started selling their peameal bacon sandwiches at farmer’s markets across Toronto over 4 years ago – Sorauren, Downsview, Annex and Leslieville, to name a few – but now the pork has come to rest, quite literally, at their first permanent location in the Junction, aptly named, When The Pig Came Home.