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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Italian


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A3 Napoli

589 College St., Toronto

Busy spot for Neapolitan-style street food, including flash-fired pizzas and a variety of light-and-crispy fried morsels that can be consumed

Aielli Ristorante

286 Lakeshore Rd. E., Mississauga

Elegant family-fun Italian restaurant has a 30-year legacy. Traditional dishes meet culinary invention. Penne in walnut pesto with wild boar

Alice Fazooli’s Italian Grill

209 Rathburn Rd. W., Mississauga

This popular chain of restaurants specializes in good-time eating. Fare ranges from traditional Italian to other Mediterranean, including Tuscan steak

Alice Fazooli’s Italian Grill

2015 Winston Park Dr., Oakville

This popular chain of restaurants specializes in good-time eating. Fare ranges from traditional Italian to other Mediterranean, including Tuscan steak

Alioli Ristorante

350 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W. (at Hwy. 10),, Mississauga

The name is a hybrid of the Italian words for garlic (aglio) and olive oil (olio). Choose from creative pasta


2425 Yonge St., Toronto

One of the better Italian restaurants in an area inundated (Yonge and Eglinton) with them. The specialty here is pasta


1595 Dupont St., Toronto

A little corner of Italy in the Junction Triangle serves dishes typical of the country’s northern regions. Wild boar meatballs

Annette Food Market

240 Annette St., Toronto

Slick little Italian trattoria caters to discerning Junction-area diners. Neapolitan-style pizzas are popular, as are the house-made pastas. Also features

Archeo Trattoria

Distillery Historic District, 55 Mill St., Toronto

Italian eatery in the Historic Distillery District serving panini, pizzas, pastas and more. Hearty dishes include beer braised lamb shank,


243 King Street E., Toronto

Keeping the focus on fresh and authentic Sicilian cuisine, chef and owner Roberto Marotta brings his family recipes and a


25 York St., Toronto

A standout in Maple Leaf Square, this restaurant offers upscale Italian fare in a contemporary setting. Beneath a hanging wooden

Ascari Enoteca

1111 Queen St. E., Toronto

This Leslieville wine bar comes from the chefs and proprietors of another local highlight, Table 17, and is named for

Bar Buca

75 Portland St., Toronto

Spin-off spot from hugely popular restaurant Buca is an all-day Italian snack bar with more than 30 savoury small plates—ranging

Bar Italia

582 College St., Toronto

A longtime staple on College Street. The image and interior are upscale, but the attitude is refreshingly low-key. Main floor

Bar Mercurio

270 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Intimate Italian-style wine bar with fresh flowers, wooden wine-bottle shelves and photographs shot by the owner. Patrons craving classic fare

Bar Vespa

167 East Liberty St., Toronto

Casual Italian tavern features nonna-style nosh such as pizzas, pastas and panini, plus a variety of small plates for sharing.

Bar Volo

587 Yonge St., Toronto

Downtown staple is popular for its extensive menu of premium Canadian and international beers and artisanal cheeses. Affordable menu with

Bella Vista

660 College St., Toronto

Urbane and comfortable family-owned and –operated trattoria provides respite from College Street’s too-hip vibe. Try grilled whole Mediterranean sea bass,

Biagio Ristorante

155 King St. E., Toronto

Historic St. Lawrence Hall, once the seat of local government, now houses an elegant dining spot for contemporary power brokers.

Blu Ristorante & Lounge

17 Yorkville Ave., Toronto

This luxurious Yorkville spot boasts Mediterranean cuisine—from potato gnocchi to grilled shrimp—for a posh lunch or dinner. Large front-of-house bar
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