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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


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

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

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

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

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

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


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?

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

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


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

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

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

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

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


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


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

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

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


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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