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The Hippest Haunts

AMUSE-BOUCHE (96 Tecumseth St., 416-913-5830) For modern French cuisine.
ARTHURS (501 College St., 416-413-9998) The newest beautiful face on the ever-cool College Street strip.
BISTRO BAKERY THUET (609 King St. W., 416-603-2777) The roost of beloved Alsatian chef Marc Thuet.
BLOWFISH High-end sushi fusion in sleek surroundings.
DOKU 15 A stylish Asian-infused tapas restaurant. Wear black.
KULTURA (169 King St. E., 416-363-9000) Hosted a Film Festival party for Vince Vaughn (which appeared in Us magazine).
LOBBY For martinis and models.
MONSOON New Asian cuisine. Award-winning digs give a modern update to classic Japanese design.
NIAGARA STREET CAFE (169 Niagara St., 416-703-4222) An arty, relaxed scene.
Sassafraz Still Yorkville’s best celebrity photo op.
Check out who’s manning the city’s kitchens in 10 Top Toques.

Where are the best places to dine and deal in the city? See Mix Business With Pleasure for WHERE Toronto‘s boardroom tips.

For dining with a special someone, see Romantic Classics.

Meat eaters and seafood lovers should check out Main-Course Attractions.

To taste the world without leaving the comforts of the city, see GPS Not Required.

See which restaurants WHERE Toronto readers voted their favourite dining spots in Memories Are Made Here.—Robert Maurin

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