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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Bistros & Wine Bars

Bistros & Wine Bars

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7 West Café

7 Charles St. W., Toronto

Great place for a date. The three-storey house is a narrow candlelit space with exposed brick walls and wood floors,

747 Wine Bar

747 Queen St. E., Toronto

Restaurant and bar along burgeoning Queen Street East features a well-curated selection of wines and cocktails, plus diverse fare designed

Apricot Tree

Sherwood Forest Village, 1900 Dundas St. W., Mississauga

A quaint café in the upscale Sherwood Forest Village. The open kitchen creates an ever-changing variety of soups, sandwiches, crepes,

Archive Wine Bar

909 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Chic little spot in a trendy neighbourhood showcases a well-curated list of rarer Ontario and international vintages, plus fresh Spanish-

Avant Gout

1108 Yonge St., Toronto

Cozy Moroccan-influenced French bistro. Start with a spicy samosa or red leek chili mussels. Slow-braised Moroccan lamb shanks are a


744 Gerrard St. E., Toronto

Local-favourite restaurant originally opened by French chef Jean-Jacques Texier, but now operated by his former chef de cuisine, Pascal Geffroy.

Biff’s Bistro

4 Front St. E., Toronto

This French enclave boasts a lavish Parisian interior. The kitchen turns out classic dishes such as steak tartare, smoked mackerel

Bistro Matisse

1710 Lakeshore Rd.W., Mississauga

An inviting French bistro located in Clarkson Village. Say “oui” to the escargots, duck confit, and rack of lamb. Or

Bistro Tournesol

406 Dupont St., Toronto

This Annex neighbourhood bistro is a tiny room and always busy. Serving modern French favourites, the menu is constantly evolving.

Boxcar Social

1208 Yonge St., Toronto

A hub for excellent morning and midday bevvies—a rotating selection of some of the world’s best coffees and espressos. By

Boxcar Social

4 Boulton Ave., Toronto

A hub for excellent morning and midday bevvies—a rotating selection of some of the world’s best coffees and espressos. By

Brownes Bistro

4 Woodlawn Ave., E., Toronto

Great for a laid-back meal. Fettuccine with wild mushrooms, garlic, spinach and thyme in mushroom broth, pear salad with Roquefort

Brownstone Bistro & Bar

603 Yonge St., Toronto

Neighbourhood favourite offers respite from the teeming masses along the Yonge Street strip. Friendly servers dish out solid bistro-style fare

Brussels Bistro

1975 Queen St. E., Toronto

A haven from French-Belgian fare just north of the beach. The bright yellow dining room—within a converted house—is an intimate


1118 Yonge St., Toronto

Classic French bistro and wine bar features staples like mussels in a white wine sauce, niçoise salad, steak frites and


90 Yorkville Ave., Toronto

Set back from one of Yorkville’s main drags, this French bistro exudes warmth and intimacy. Traditional menu features the likes

Church Bistro

555 Church St., Toronto

Breakfasts and lunches and dinners, oh my! Named for the street on which it’s nestled, this comfortable eatery offers a


2075 Yonge St., Toronto

Popular new bistro is an oasis of affordability in a super-trendy neighbourhood. Classic French- and Italian-style fare with modern touches:

Corks and Platters

2220 Queen St. E., Toronto

Intimate local wine bar serving the homey Beach neighbourhood, with vintages predominantly flowing from the Niagara region and Prince Edward

East Thirty-Six

36 Wellington St. E., Toronto

From the owners of the popular Boutique Bar comes this intimate boîte with excellent drinks and a menu of sophisticated
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