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163 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Stylish yet serene space from highly regarded chef Patrick Kriss. The restaurant features a tasting menu (generally five courses, with


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

Barque Butcher Bar

287 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

A full-service butcher shop by day; protein-powered snack bar by night. Small plates menu boasts meaty bites ranging from jerk


1727 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Stylish Dundas West restaurant offers up a well-curated menu of Argentinian-inspired grilled dishes—skirt steak, beef short ribs, Ontario leg of

De Mello Palheta Coffee Roasters

2489 Yonge St., Toronto

House-roasted beans make for a perfect cup of siphon coffee, espresso and much more at this stylish midtown café. Excellent

Kasa Moto

115 Yorkville Ave.

A luxurious setting in which to enjoy upmarket interpretations of Japanese fare, including a number of shareable dishes, robata-grilled options


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


First Canadian Place, 100 King St. W., Toronto

From Michelin-starred French chef Armand Arnal comes this modern-rustic oasis within the Financial District’s First Canadian Place building. Offers café

Mata Petisco Bar

1690 Queen St. W., Toronto

Cozy Brazilian restaurant and bar in Parkdale serves up modern interpretations of South American fare that’s meant to be shared.

Millie Patisserie

12 Oxley St., unit 101, Toronto

An offshoot of the owner’s popular Kensington Market creperie, this bright and airy sweet shop specializes in delicate French desserts

Roselle Desserts

362 King St. E., Toronto

Owners Stephanie Duong and Bruce Lee plied their trade at top restaurants in France and Hong Kong before opening this

Sam James Coffee Bar

3 Ossington Ave., Toronto

Originating with a rough-and-tumble grab-and-go (mostly) café on Harbord Street, award-winning barista Sam James’s mini empire now spans four locations,

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

The Tempered Room

1374 Queen St. W., Toronto

Acclaimed pastry chef Bertrand Alépée’s café and patisserie boasts some of the best confections in the city, alongside fresh breads


81 Harbord St., Toronto

You haven’t really experiences sushi until you’ve had it at this little Annex-area restaurant, which serves a reservations-only chef’s-choice menu


538 Manning Ave., Toronto

The open kitchen at this intimate restaurant prepares kaiseki-style Japanese dishes that incorporate French classical techniques. The delicate, artful presentation

25 Liberty

25 Liberty St., Toronto

Tucked away in Liberty Village, this high-end café also boasts an impressive dinner menu featuring North American and European cuisine.

259 Host

259 Wellington St., Toronto

In this multi-leveled space diners can peer through a semi-opaque screen to watch chef Sanjeev Sethi prepare his well-known contemporary

3030 Dundas West

3030 Dundas St. W.

This sprawling space in the Junction comes to life every night, and especially on the weekend, with locals seeking more

309 Dhaba Indian Excellence

309 King St. W., Toronto

Friendly servers guide you through an extensive menu that offers lamb aubergine, okra chicken, aloo kadchi and shrimp shaandar. Owner/chef
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