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Burgers & Sandwiches



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Toma Burger Addiction

712 Queen St. W., Toronto

If the eatery’s name didn’t clearly signal its stock in trade, the huge “BURGERS” painted on the wall in big

TLP

15 Elm St., Toronto

Take-away sandwich shop from venerable steakhouse Barberian’s. Varied menu of hefty options includes a traditional steak sandwich, plus others like peameal

The P&L Burger

507 Queen St. W., Toronto

THE P&L BURGER Doodle on the whiteboard wall while you wait for one of P&L’s inventive twists on the classic

The Chickery

130 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Chef David Adjey’s quick-service chicken joint boasts a variety of finger-licking good birds and from-scratch dipping sauces. Try the Latino

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

Rude Boy

397 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

Hip decor at this gourmet burger joint contrast with the relatively simple menu. The signature Rude Boy Burger could not

Rashers

Toronto

Take-away counter in Leslieville specializes in sandwiches made with various types of bacon—peameal, British style, smoked, beer-braised and more. Breakfast,

Porchetta and Co.

825 Dundas St. W., Toronto

This specialty sandwich shop starts with slow-cooked prosciutto-wrapped pork shoulder on a sourdough bun and leaves the toppings up to

Leslieville Pumps

929 Queen St. E., Toronto

Old-timey combination gas bar and eatery with a western-movie vibe. Fresh sandwiches include the BLT with maple-glazed peameal bacon, the

Home of the Brave

589 King St. W., Toronto

Modern and classic comfort foods are served up at this stylish second-floor space on King West. The menu features gourmet

Flock

330 Adelaide St. W., Toronto

From chef Cory Vitiello of the popular Harbord Room, this take-out spot focuses on rotisserie chicken—served whole, halved or pulled

Cheesewerks

56 Bathurst St., Toronto

A downtown spot for thick and gooey grilled cheese sandwiches made with high-quality artisan ingredients. In addition to sammies, there

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

Broncos

127 Strachan Ave., Toronto

Ultra-casual slider bar caters to young Liberty Village denizens with a variety of small-scale burgers and fairly standard beers. Slider

Bareburger

111 Dundas St. W., Toronto

This Toronto location of the New York City–based chain predominantly serves burgers made with organic meats such as bison, elk,

Bacon Nation

170 Spadina Ave., Toronto

As the name suggests, this eatery is entirely dedicated to the worship of bacon, prepared in traditional as well as

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
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