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  • 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.

  • Combining a respect for local provenance with greasy spoon ambitions, the White Lily Diner has been serving up doughnuts, brunch and classic diner fare from its humble Riverside abode since 2016. Now it has become a neighbourhood spot and a good neighbour to boot. Conscientious meat eaters can rest easy tucking into the Reuben sandwich,

  • Seeing a squirrel in Trinity Bellwoods Park is surely something to yawn at, but wouldn’t you be intrigued if you saw a white one?  In the same way that there are many coffee shops along Queen Street West, the White Squirrel Coffee Shop is worth your time and attention. Firstly, all of the coffee and

  • Wilbur Mexicana is King West’s very own fast and fresh Mexican restaurant. Named after the guy responsible for the Scoville scale, which measures the heat of a pepper based on its pungency, this place is more like a science lab than a taqueria. With a glass storefront inviting you in from the street and yellow


    Wild Chicory celebrates the ingredients found on Ontario soil. The restaurant is run by chef Shawn Limoges, formerly of the Danforth’s Globe Bistro. Wild Chicory is all about seasonal and fresh produce and protein, while the decor is an homage to country living. This restaurant is where fine dining meets a casual and cosy ambiance.

  • No city loves brunch like Toronto, and no place does brunch like Wilder. This sweet café calls the Junction neighbourhood its home and provides diners with nutritionally dense meals made from whole foods. The menu ranges from dishes like the Thai green chicken curry rice bowl to the fig, rosemary and lemon honey ricotta sandwich,

  • What other restaurants do you know of where a maple charcoal grill is the culinary staple? From the surf to the turf, mostly everything served up at Wildfire Steakhouse & Bar hits the grill and gets infused with that special smoke flavour. The perfect steak starts with in-house 40-day aged certified Angus beef and, like

  • Windfields is one of the friendliest, family-focused eateries in the York Mills and Leslie area. It features a massive menu with all the comfort food classics done up right. Standouts include a classic triple-decker clubhouse sandwich with genuine turkey breast as well as an authentic open-faced hot sandwich of the beef or turkey variety. Windfields

  • Wine Academy is a 6,000-square-foot social club with fingerprint scanners at the entrance and a $1,000-per-year membership fee. This is a place for Bay Streeters to enjoy wine, network and socialize.

  • This neighbourhood joint is the perfect spot for a casual night out with friends. Wise Bar in Dufferin Grove is a cute nighttime spot for people looking for a list of good craft brews and snacks. This bar has a lacklustre interior that leaves room for Wise Bar’s clientele to provide the real atmosphere. When

  • You don’t need wishful thinking at this gorgeous Yorkville spot. Wish Restaurant is a peaceful and elegant restaurant nestled into a quaint white house on Charles Street. The space is clean and polished, which is not unexpected in this neighbourhood, with an eclectic menu that has something for everyone. Opened from brunch through dinner, Wish

  • One of the last of its kind, Wolfie’s Deli is slicing up fresh smoked meat every day. This classic Jewish delicatessen was opened by David Gelberman and his wife in 1975. Importing all his brisket from Montreal, which Gelberman swears is more moist than the meat you can get here in Toronto, he slices it

  • Wasabi honey ice cream anyone? It might sound strange, but at Wong’s Ice Cream it’s one of their best selling flavours. Ed Wong, the one-man operator and owner behind Wong’s Ice Cream is serving up Asian-inspired ice cream flavours that take this frozen dessert to a whole new level. Wong’s is a small shop with

  • Toronto’s love for ice cream lives on, from the charcoal variety to the confection-topped kind we just can’t get enough. Cue Wong’s Ice Cream, located at Gerrard and Broadview.

  • Woodlot-Toronto

    Ten years ago, Woodlot opened its doors on Palmerston Avenue and became one of Toronto’s most beloved spots for upscale Canadian dining. The heart and hearth of this gem was a hand laid wood-fired oven, where their popular bread program of sourdough and focaccia first began. In thinking about what the next decade might have

  • Last November, chef Bruce Woods resigned from Modus Ristorante, the contemporary Italian hotspot frequented by Bay Street suits. He had no fallback, but luckily for him, the transition from being unemployed to accepting reservations at his new restaurant has been seamless. In March, Woods — along with his two business partners Robin Singh and Byron

  • Wuhan Noodle 1950

    Wuhan Noodle 1950 brings an eclectic list of authentic and contemporary Chinese dishes to Markham. Dishes include Wuhan dry rice noodles, spareribs, lotus root soup and crab feet dry noodles.        

  • If you like sausages and beer (and really, who doesn’t?), then you’ll like WVRST, King West’s newest emporium of innovative eats and casual cool. Opened a couple of weeks ago, the beer-hall style venue highlights a dizzying selection of sausages — around 18 varieties — along with Belgian-style, double-dipped fries. For owner Aldo Lanzillotta, the