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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Brunch

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Antler

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

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

Stockyards Smokehouse & Larder

699 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto

What started as a barbecue smoker in Thomas Davis’s backyard is now a modern family diner and barbecue joint. Traditional

Aft Kitchen & Bar

686 Queen St. E., Toronto

At only 800 square feet, this quaint, wood-adorned dining room offers its guests the warmth and comfort associated with Southern

Bannock

401 Bay St., Toronto

Attached to the flagship locations of national retailer The Bay, this restaurant and café serves Canadian comfort cuisine. The menu

Beast

96 Tecumseth St., Toronto

This straight-shooting neighbourhood restaurant does well by its name—meaty mains such as elk striploin and beef ribeye are all locally

Café Belong

550 Bayview Ave., Toronto

Operated by top chef Brad Long (hence the name—ha ha!), this friendly eatery adheres to a local, natural philosophy. As

Cardinal Rule

5 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

Modern diner’s inventive comfort fare, including meat muffins and “maki ‘n’ cheese,” has been featured on the Food Network show

Coquine

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:

E11even

15 York St., Toronto

Directly adjacent to the Air Canada Centre, this restaurant offers classic dishes for the discerning diner in an elegant setting.

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

Emma’s Country Kitchen

1108 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto

In an up-and-coming neighbourhood this charming eatery fosters a sense of community through food—dine-in lunch and brunch, plus bakery items

Epic

100 Front St. W., Toronto

The signature restaurant of a grand hotel. Modern room contrasts with the Fairmont Royal York’s traditional elegance. Chef Ryan Gustafson

Epicure Cafe

502 Queen St. W., Toronto

Exposed beams and brick make for a casual haunt serving southern French/northern Italian fare. Bouillabaisse Provençale, pastas, grilled lamb chops

Farmhouse Tavern

1627 Dupont St., Toronto

Junction-area restaurant serves up a daily menu of field-to-fork fare with a modernist bent. The dining room is appropriately adorned

Frank

317 Dundas St. W., Toronto

The name of the Art Gallery of Ontario’s chic restaurant nods to its famed architect, Frank Gehry, as well as

Harvest Kitchen

124 Harbord St., Toronto

A homey, down-to-earth restaurant “where vegetarians bring their meat-eating friends.” Healthful options include everything from a vegan mushroom and nut

L’ouvrier

791 Dundas St.W., Toronto

Contemporary Canadian cuisine is made with fresh, local ingredients, but draws on international influences. Menu ranges from roasted salmon to

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

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
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