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Snacks & Cocktails



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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

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.

Northwood

815 Bloor St. W., Toronto

This café and cocktail bar fusion serves classic drinks alongside snacks like pastries and cookies, crisps and dip, pickles and

416 Snack Bar

181 Bathurst St., Toronto

This niche eatery’s menu features snack-sized items—no utensils needed. Oysters, Jamaican beef patties and maple-bacon doughnuts are a few of

Bar Begonia

252 Dupont St., Toronto

From prolific restaurateur and chef Anthony Rose comes this Paris-meets-Brooklyn watering hole, which highlights a number of inventive cocktails (plus

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 Fancy

1070 Queen St. W., Toronto

From chef Jonathan Poon of Chantecler comes this decidedly non-fancy establishment. Short list of snacks includes staples like charcuterie and

Come and Get It

676 Queen St. W., Toronto

This sandwich- and snack bar began life as a pseudo pop-up operation. It’s now a permanent eatery with a novel

El Furniture Warehouse

410 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Toronto location of the Whistler, B.C.-based mini-chain of eateries where every food item is $4.95. The bar snack-y menu lists

Food and Liquor

1610 Queen St. W., Toronto

Unusual bar snacks like honey-chili duck tongues and boiled pig trotters, along with more traditional fare, served in an intimate,

Fresh Off the Boat

404 Queen St. W., Toronto

Little sandwich shop at the south end of Chinatown dishes out seafood with an Asian focus. Grab some takeout or

Grey Tiger

1190 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Cozy Bloordale-area café and cocktail bar features the standard espresso-based bevvies, plus accompanying vegan-friendly baked goods. When the sun sets,

Hanmoto

2 Lakeview Ave., Toronto

From Leemo Han, co-owner of popular Korean-American snack bar Oddseoul, comes this similarly super-hip izakaya concept. Features a short menu

Kanpai Snack Bar

252 Carlton St., Toronto

Cozy little spot in Cabbagetown serves a variety of modern Taiwanese nibbles, including kung pao cauliflower, sliced pig ears stir

Linwood Essentials

930 Queen St. W., Toronto

Stylish cocktail bar boasts a lengthy menu of experimental drinks (the gin-and-aperol Breakfast in Portland, for instance, also lists Froot

Lisa Marie

638 Queen St. W., Toronto

This standalone restaurant represents the cuisine of Matt Basile, who first found fame with his Fidel Gastro’s food truck. The

Miss Thing’s

1279 Queen St. W., Toronto

This subtly tropical tiki bar concept features chef-driven interpretations of traditional Polynesian and Hawaiian dishes. Inventive fruity-boozy cocktails, too. Dinner,

Mr. Flamingo

1265 Dundas St. W., Toronto

The oft-changing menu at this easygoing yet sophisticated restaurant and bar offers equal parts chic bar snacks and impressive mains:

Nuit Social

1168 Queen St. W., Toronto

Build your own sharing platters and boards at this globetrotting charcuterie and wine bar: choose from a selection of meats,

Oddseoul

90 Ossington Ave., Toronto

From the owners of Swish by Han, this boisterous snack bar is a bit of a hipster haven, but don’t
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