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  • Fat Pasha

    It was only around two years ago when Anthony Rose, fresh off his stint as chef at The Drake Hotel, announced an ambitious — some would say crazy — plan to open three new restaurants in Toronto.

  • Fet Zun

    Fet Zun is an exciting Middle Eastern restaurant that is part of Anthony Rose’s Dupont Street empire. Much of the menu is made up of mezzes, making this a great sharing spot for brunch, lunch and dinner with flavour inspirations coming from Israel, Morocco and Turkey. Fet Zun still keeps it light with its entrées,

  • The original musical brunch can be found at Free Times Café, home to Bella, Did You Eat Yet?, a spectacular Jewish-style, all-you-can-eat brunch with loads of delish latkes, blintzes, lox and much more — feast away while listening to live klezmer music: $19.95. If your family is concerned about how you terrorize a buffet, rest

  • Greenwood Smokehouse

    Smoking up some savoury specials, Greenwood Smokehouse knows good meat. Sustainably raised and locally bought, the menu items that this eco-conscious barbecue joint is serving us are all the meaty goodness we’ve ever dreamed of. On the Danforth, this cosy, laid-back spot is serving up some seriously good grub. The menu is a myriad of

  • Hogtown Smoke

    This southern-style barbecue joint is the stand-still brick and mortar restaurant of the beloved Toronto food truck Hogtown Smoke. Right near Church and Front, this restaurant is dripping with good ol’ smoky flavour. With rubs galore and every kind of smoked meat imaginable, Hogtown Smoke is where cave dwellers come to thrive. Chef Scott Fraser

  • Kansas King

    Looking for something saucy to sink your teeth into? Named for the source of its inspiration, Kansas King is home to fusion-style barbecue featuring an extensive menu of pork, chicken, beef, lamb, and seafood. The mouthwatering signature barbecue sauce has been in the works for years and is even sold in its own bottles due

  • Saigon Star

    This contemporary Richmond Hill eatery serves a mix of Thai and Vietnamese cuisine with a French influence. After opening in Toronto in 1987, Saigon Star moved north to the suburbs in 1993 and has been bringing the flavours of Southeast Asia to Richmond Hill (and those making the trek there) ever since. The menu features

  • The BarBQ Factory

    This east end barbecue joint is all about that southern hospitality. The focus is on quality meat and making it the way it was meant to be eaten. After ordering from the small but quantified list of meals, you might have to wait a little while to receive your plate, but have no fear, as