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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Canadian


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45 Colborne St., Toronto

Combining Canadian and continental culinary inspirations, this restaurant offers fare that is at once sophisticated yet familiar. Artistically plated entrees


293 Palmerston Ave., Toronto

This popular restaurant’s wood-fired oven fills the lofty, rustic space with a scent reminiscent of a pioneer village. Chef and


30 Mercer St., Toronto

Restaurant at the Hotel Le Germain serves Fresh and locally sourced Canadian fare by chef David Chrystian. His special “Taste


72 Ossington Ave., Toronto

A welcoming, unfussy fixture on one of Toronto’s hippest streets. Chef Teo Paul uses seasonal, Ontario-sourced ingredients to create easygoing

Turf Lounge

330 Bay St., Toronto

Historic stonework and soaring gilded windows are the backdrop for horseracing and upscale dining at this Bay Street spot. Chef


Hilton Toronto, 145 Richmond St. W., Toronto

The name alone evokes quintessentially Canadian images. Capable kitchen turns out sterling silver New York strip with garlic infused mash,

Trapper’s Restaurant

3479 Yonge St., Toronto

The focus is on Canadian continental cuisine with international touches: grilled jumbo prawns served on a bed of angel hair

Thoroughbred Food & Drink

304 Richmond St. W., Toronto

Evoking nostalgia and the heritage of horse racing, chef Ariel Coplan offers sophisticated lunch, bar-bite and large-format (serves 4-6) menus.

The Wine Bar

9 Church St., Toronto

This resto features an open kitchen ringed with stools so patrons can watch the cooks at work. Portions are kept

The Saint Tavern

227 Ossington Ave., Toronto

Upscale-casual Canadian fare at this welcoming restaurant ranges from fried chicken with mac and cheese to roast pork belly with

The Harbord Room

89 Harbord St., Toronto

The pink walls speak to the unpretentious attitudes of the restaurant’s chefs and servers, as well as the diners who

The Good Fork

2432 Bloor St. W., Toronto

A local dining hub in the emerging Bloor West Village, this restaurant offers up homestyle fare in a welcoming environment.

The Gallery Grill At Hart House

7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Under the lofty neo-Gothic vaults of the University of Toronto’s Hart House, find fare that could include the likes of

The Drake Hotel

1150 Queen St. W., Toronto

The artsy-chic Drake Hotel is a hub of cultural and culinary activity along Queen Street West. Trendy scenesters eat, drink

The Dirty Bird

79 Kensington Ave., Toronto

Kensington Market joint serves up “northern fried” chicken (locally sourced meat breaded with gluten-free flour and finished with maple dust)

The Daughter

1588 Dupont St., Toronto

Offshoot space of popular Farmhouse Tavern has a much sleeker design than its predecessor, but shares a culinary spirit—local ingredients

The County General

936 Queen St. W., Toronto

A friendly joint for refined home-style cooking. Focused menu includes bar bites like a fried chicken sandwich or classic Reuben, plus

The Commodore

1265 Queen St. W., Toronto

Salute this Parkdale restaurant and bar, subtly designed to evoke your oceangoing fantasies. Dinner menu features inventive small plates incorporating

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

The Chase

10 Temperance St., Toronto

This upscale sister space of The Chase Fish & Oyster features modern North American fare served in a breezily posh
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