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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants


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163 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Stylish yet serene space from highly regarded chef Patrick Kriss. The restaurant features a tasting menu (generally five courses, with


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1454 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Chef Michael Hunter has both the name and the (cooking) game for his, well, game meat–focused restaurant. Menu focuses on

Bar Isabel

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797 College St., Toronto

In this cozy restaurant, noted chef Grant van Gameran offers a long menu of mainly meaty tapas-style dishes inspired by

Barque Butcher Bar

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287 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

A full-service butcher shop by day; protein-powered snack bar by night. Small plates menu boasts meaty bites ranging from jerk

Big Crow

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176 Dupont St., Toronto

Behind trendy diner Rose & Sons, this open-air (though roofed during inclement weather) barbecue joint evokes memories of backwoods campfires.

Black Camel

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4 Crescent Rd., Toronto

Black and white tiles welcome you into this simple sandwich shop, complete with an old fashioned blackboard proclaiming the wares.

Bonjour Brioche

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812 Queen St. E., Toronto

French-style bakery and one of Leslieville’s most popular breakfast/lunch stops. Tiny dining area (only nine tables) and very busy on


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1727 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Stylish Dundas West restaurant offers up a well-curated menu of Argentinian-inspired grilled dishes—skirt steak, beef short ribs, Ontario leg of

C’est What?

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67 Front St. E., Toronto

Comfortable brew pub with a wide selection of local craft beer (35 taps), wine and whiskies. Multi-ethnic menu served until

De Mello Palheta Coffee Roasters

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2489 Yonge St., Toronto

House-roasted beans make for a perfect cup of siphon coffee, espresso and much more at this stylish midtown café. Excellent


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169 Niagara St., Toronto

Owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Michael Caballo and Tobey Nemeth, this restaurant exudes intimacy—from the shareable small plates to

Electric Mud BBQ

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5 Brock Ave., Toronto

As its name implies, this boisterous snack shack is anything but dull. Take a seat at the bar or one

Fahrenheit Coffee

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120 Lombard St. , Toronto

Excellent little corner coffee shop where the baristas really know their stuff—and are more than happy to educate curious customers.

Kasa Moto

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115 Yorkville Ave.

A luxurious setting in which to enjoy upmarket interpretations of Japanese fare, including a number of shareable dishes, robata-grilled options

Lamesa Filipino Kitchen

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669 Queen St. W., Toronto

The kitchen dishes out contemporary versions of Filipino fare such as grilled squid with adobo dressing and steak with plantain


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620 Queen St. W., Toronto

Ex-Charlottetown chef Dave Mottershall funded his first full-fledged Toronto restaurant via a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign. Features stylized small-plate takes on


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First Canadian Place, 100 King St. W., Toronto

From Michelin-starred French chef Armand Arnal comes this modern-rustic oasis within the Financial District’s First Canadian Place building. Offers café

Mata Petisco Bar

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1690 Queen St. W., Toronto

Cozy Brazilian restaurant and bar in Parkdale serves up modern interpretations of South American fare that’s meant to be shared.

Millie Patisserie

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12 Oxley St., unit 101, Toronto

An offshoot of the owner’s popular Kensington Market creperie, this bright and airy sweet shop specializes in delicate French desserts


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815 Bloor St. W., Toronto

This café and cocktail bar fusion serves classic drinks alongside snacks like pastries and cookies, crisps and dip, pickles and
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