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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

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

Fabarnak

519 Church St., Toronto

Feel good about your visit to this neighbourhood favourite: Fabarnak is run by the 519 Church Street Community Centre, and

Fancy Franks

326 College St., Toronto

Specializes in gourmet interpretations of classic hot dogs. Try the Frankophone with smoked gruyere, horseradish cheese curds and honey Dijon

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

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

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

George

111 Queen St. E., Toronto

In a sophisticated and elegant space, chef Lorenzo Loseto uses fresh seasonal ingredients to create his diverse menu. Menu items

Hopgood’s Foodliner

325 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

He made his name dishing out bone marrow beignets at the Hoof Café; now chef Geoff Hopgood serves up elevated

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

Let’s Be Frank

460 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Specialty hot dog bar proximal to Chinatown and the University of Toronto features more than a dozen inventive frankfurters, plus

Marben

488 Wellington St. W., Toronto

Modern Canadian cuisine created with fresh, seasonal ingredients and served in an upscale yet suitably down-home dining room. Lunch, dinner

Me and Mine

1144 College St., Toronto

Bright, laid-back local spot offers elevated brunch-inspired fare during the day, plus additional Canadian bistro-style dishes for dinner. The menu

Mildred’s Temple Kitchen

85 Hanna Ave., Toronto

This sleek Liberty Village base of renowned chef Donna Dooher draws foodies from both near and far. The unique, seasonal

Montecito

299 Adelaide St. W., Toronto

Alternately airy and intimate, this sizeable restaurant is the brainchild of famed chef Jonathan Waxman and Toronto-born filmmaker Ivan Reitman

Nota Bene

180 Queen St. W., Toronto

This hot spot from acclaimed chef David Lee features an upscale yet low-key atmosphere and unfussy Canadian comfort cuisine to

O&B Canteen

330 King St. W., Toronto

This bustling fresh-market café at the TIFF Bell Lightbox offers hearty breakfast options, an all-day menu with high-quality salads, pizzas,

Pangaea

1221 Bay St., Toronto

Chef/co-owner Martin Kouprie draws together the corners of the food world in a stylish, airy spot. Menu changes frequently but

Parlor Foods

333 King St. W., Toronto

Rustic Canadian cooking alongside cocktails on trendy King West. Menu uses locally sourced or foraged ingredients, and changes often. Caramelized
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