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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Canadian


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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


620 Queen St. W., Toronto

Ex-Charlottetown chef Dave Mottershall funded his first full-fledged Toronto restaurant via a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign. Features stylized small-plate takes on

The Carbon Bar

99 Queen St. E., Toronto

A fusion of Latin American and Texas-style cuisine in a gussied up historic space just east of Yonge Street. Bar

360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower

301 Front St. W., Toronto

A sophisticated palate of chocolate and espresso browns, soft leather banquettes and tan butter-coloured walls set the warm tones of


971 Ossington Ave., Toronto

Named for chef Justin Cournoyer’s Eastern Ontario hometown, this stylish, intimate neighbourhood restaurant features creative interpretations of farm-fresh ingredients in

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

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


401 Bay St., Toronto

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


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


972 College St. W., Toronto

From Top Chef Canada runner-up Rob Rossi comes this boisterous room featuring a mural on the basics of butchery and

Big Crow

176 Dupont St., Toronto

Behind trendy diner Rose & Sons, this open-air (though roofed during inclement weather) barbecue joint evokes memories of backwoods campfires.

Bobbie Sue’s Mac & Cheese

162 Ossington Ave., Toronto

Funky little take-out shack serves up nine versions of gooey macaroni and cheese—from a standard five-cheese offering to broccoli and


93 Ossington Ave., Toronto

Reminiscent of a New York dining hot spot with high ceilings, cement flooring, large windows and inviting music. A reclaimed


59 Ossington Ave., Toronto

The menu of this nicely appointed Ossington Avenue restaurant takes inspiration from the foods enjoyed by native peoples and early


Toronto Dominion Centre, 66 Wellington St. W., Toronto

The downtown eatery of North 44°’s star chef/owner Mark McEwan. Try roasted venison loin with crisp potato tuile in truffle

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


66 Wellington St. W., 54th floor, Toronto

A downtown fine-dining destination with spectacular views of the city. Executive chef Anthony Walsh turns out award winning Canadian-themed cuisine

Corner Place

11 Jarvis St., Toronto

A prominent people-watching location across from the St. Lawrence Market, replete with comfy couches and armchairs. The menu features grilled


15 York St., Toronto

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

East Side Social

1008 Queen St. E., Toronto

Fun little restaurant highlights Maritime offerings alongside coastal fare from around the world—clam chowder, deviled eggs with smoked trout, salt
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