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Snacks & Cocktails

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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


794 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Fun and funky little joint serves up Asian-Caribbean snacks and such. Conceived by erstwhile fine-dining chef Craig Wong (whose resume

Peoples Eatery

307 Spadina Ave., Toronto

From the owners of 416 Snack Bar comes this similar concept with a menu that nods to its neighbourhood’s Jewish

Play Lounge

75 Bremner Blvd., Toronto

A sleek and stylish space for intimate conversations and cocktails. Small but luxurious late-night menu with an emphasis on exotic

Portland Variety

587 King St. W., Toronto

Popular all-day spot caters to trendy King Westers. For breakfast and lunch the front-of-house café serves lattes, pastries, sandwiches and

Rush Lane & Co.

563 Queen St. W., Toronto

This modish sipping space and snack bar does a swift business in contemporary, semi-experimental cocktails: the back-of-house “lab” houses equipment

The Commodore

1265 Queen St. W. , Toronto

Classy-casual bar boasts a finely honed list of cocktails, international wines and local craft beers—which do well accompanying upscale seafood-focused

The County General

798 Queen St. E., Toronto

The Queen East spin-off of Queen West’s popular County General offers up homey-chic style and comfort-food nibbles (as well as

The Federal

1438 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Laidback and friendly, The Fed offers up a substantial daily brunch menu ranging from a classic Cubano sandwich to French

The Libertine

1307 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Look for the neon “Tarot Cards & Palm Reading” sign to discover the subterranean speakeasy-style bar and eatery. Boozy drinks

The Ossington Stop

1164 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Though not technically located on its namesake street, this bar and eatery shares much of the hip strip’s hallmarks. Expect

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.

Two Bite Saloon

840 Bloor St. W. , Toronto

As its name suggests, this tavern offers up a handful of easy-to-eat snacks—seven types of sliders specifically fit the bill.
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