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  • Etobicoke’s own special little spot, 850 Degrees Pizzeria serves up homemade pizzas, featuring local ingredients, cooked in an authentic wood oven. There is nothing not to love about its pizzas. The dough is homemade using a 120-year-old recipe from southern Italy. The meats come from the Belaga family siblings’ family farm in Ontario, who all

  • Cibo Wine Bar

    King Street West is home to many massive restaurants that feature a corporate flare more than rustic kitchen, but at Cibo Wine Bar we may have found a happy medium. This industrial restaurant can seat over 200 people on a busy evening, but the staff and the welcoming atmosphere manage to make us feel right

  • Enoteca Sociale

    Little Portugal stalwart Enoteca Sociale has been a west-end go-to for housemade pastas, quality wines, and cosy vibes for a decade. Rather than resting on its laurels, however, the much-loved Italian restaurant underwent a revamp to celebrate its 10th year in business.   Fortunately for existing fans of the long-running restaurant, it’s not a massive overhaul.

  • Euro Pasta

    Originally from Albania, Besnik and Dhurata Gjunkshi opened up the Junction’s Euro Pasta back in 2009. The long and narrow shop offers up homey foods that showcase family recipes passed down through generations. Popular eats include the daily soup, the stuffed cabbage rolls and the baklava, made from a secret honey-free recipe that results in

  • Figo

    Right in the heart of Toronto’s downtown entertainment district, Figo offers Italian-inspired cuisine in a sleek, elegant and modern setting. Figo employs contemporary cooking techniques when making its meals with only the freshest and finest ingredients. Here you can find made-from-scratch pastas, wood-oven pizzas, and house-made ricotta, the last of which very few other places

  • FK

    FK Wine Bar is a beacon of elegance and luxury amongst the myriad of St. Clair West restaurants. The interior is light and chic, with huge chandeliers, velvet upholstery and colourful murals on the wall. The whimsical yet refined style of the space is mirrored in the presentation of the exquisite dishes. FK’s menu is

  • Fratelli Village Pizzeria

    Brothers Salvatore and Matteo Pocchi always dreamed of opening up a home-grown family restaurant, and Fratelli Village Pizzeria is just that. “Fratelli” meaning “brothers” in Italian is a fitting name for this family-owned and -operated restaurant. Known all around Scarborough, Fratelli Village Pizzeria has become the neighbourhood spot for hearty Italian fare. The wood-fired pizza

  • Gianna's

    At Gianna’s Patties & Pies, there’s no such thing as too much cheese. From Toronto restaurateur Grant van Gemeron comes this Detroit-style pizza and burger restaurant located in the city’s west end. Gianna’s Patties & Pies offers more than its name suggests, with a range of appetizers, salads, and wings on the menu. Gianna’s even

  • Gusto 101

    Sure, the newly-opened Gusto 101 is yet another Italian restaurant, but there are a few things that set it apart: the location was originally an auto body shop (it still retains its original exposed brick walls and steel beams), it features a unisex lavatory and, most importantly, it has an in-house winery, where the wine is served on tap for one dollar an ounce.

  • il covo

    The dimly lit interior of Il Covo, flanked with its antique mirrors atop exposed brick walls and plush green velvet couch, provides the perfect atmosphere to enjoy a glass of wine. Il Covo’s seasonal menu spotlights modern Italian, including a selection of fresh pastas and shareables, like burrata, cured meats and warm focaccia bread drizzled

  • tutti matti

    Tutti Matti serves food and wine that honours the spirit and culture of Tuscany. It is the fulfillment of a dream of chef Alida Solomon, who sought to bring both Tuscan food and culture to Toronto. The restaurant features an evolving menu that never strays too far from the original Tuscan concept, with both permanent