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Bistros & Wine Bars



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Edward Levesque’s Kitchen

1290 Queen St. E., Toronto

In this warm, cozy, and comfortable country style bistro setting you will find a cuisine that features “Farm Fresh” and

Furlough

924 Queen St. W., Toronto

From the owners of experimental cocktail spot BarChef, this classic bistro-style restaurant offers simple, seasonal dishes such as pan-seared trout

Glas Wine Bar

1118 Queen St. E., Toronto

Owner-chef Danny Pantano cooks up creative dishes in the open kitchen at this boîte. Short, seasonal menu focuses on local

Goodlake

2976 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Toronto

Classy yet casual neighbourhood restaurant boasts a chef-driven seasonal menu focusing on contemporary bistro-style fare. Escargot, monkfish stew, red wine-braised

Goods & Provisions

1124 Queen St. E., Toronto

Decorated in vintage finds, this local spot offers up comfort fare like steak frites, deep-fried oysters and duck fat fries,

Jacque’s Bistro Du Parc

126A Cumberland St., Toronto

Around for decades and quite sophisticated. Omelettes, escargot, salmon with basil butter, lamb Provençale, and green peppercorn steak are options.

Joy Bistro

884 Queen St. E., Toronto

Colourful Leslievill spot with an affordable French-Italian and Canadian-inspired menu. Lamb tagliatelle, bacon-wrapped veal tenderloin, duck confit with gnocchi and

Jules Bistro

147 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Classic, uncluttered French cuisine reigns at this classic, uncluttered French bistro. Soft yellow walls and blonde wood tables contain an

Jump

Commerce Court East, 18 Wellington St. W., Toronto

For two decades, a standardbearer for not-too-fussy Financial District dining. Cosmopolitan fare ranges from a charred octopus appetizer to fresh-made

Kalendar

546 College St., Toronto

A College Street favourite, Kalendar is a busy café by day and a cozy boîte by night. The eclectic menu

La Palette

492 Queen St. W., Toronto

Charming and cozy bistro along hip Queen Street West. Steak frites, escargots, mixed grill of game meats and more. Dinner

La Petite France

3317 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Quaint bistro setting for classic French fare. Mains include cassoulet, cod and rack of lamb. Lunch Mon.-Fri., dinner Mon.-Sat. casual.

La Société

131 Bloor St. W., Toronto

This vast bistro brings at touch of Paris to Toronto’s toniest strip. Overlooking Bloor Street west, the classy dining room

Le Paradis Brasserie Bistro

166 Bedford Rd., Toronto

Pairing simple black and white decor with an excellent wine list and traditional French cuisine, this is the restaurant to

Le Sélect Bistro

432 Wellington St. W., Toronto

Welcoming, chic and great for a date. Try confit of duck with red wine jus, steak frites, leg of lamb

Leslie Jones

1182 Queen St. E., Toronto

Identified by its droll “Hello, my name is” signage, this restaurant offers friendly surroundings in which to enjoy market-fresh organic

Marcel’s Bistro

315 King St. W., Toronto

French ambience and cuisine for over 25 years. Steak frites, roasted lamb loin with rosemary-juniper reduction, and scallops with a

Midi Bistro

168 McCaul St., Toronto

Take a trip to the South of France in a relaxed ambiance that evokes the simplicity of a classic French

Paint Box Bistro

555 Dundas St. E., Toronto

Spacious, well-designed restaurant on a mission to help revitalize Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood by providing training and career opportunities to

Peter Pan Bistro

373 Queen St. W. , Toronto

A restaurant with nearly 40 years of history. It recently underwent an ownership change and renovation, and reemerged as a
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