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  • 7 West

    Restaurant 7 West serves all around the clock, 365 days a year, so you never have to miss out on good grub in our city. Located on Charles Street in the heart of the Annex, this multi-level restaurant is not only 24/7, but it also changes as you scale the stairs. The first level is

  • 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

  • bar centrale

    Tucked away underneath the bustling Terroni Price Street location sits Bar Centrale, a casual, yet refined wine bar serving traditional Italian cuisine with a modern twist.

  • bar poet

    With its old-world ambience and too-good-to-be-true prices, Bar Poet feels magical in more ways than one. Sparkling fairy lights and sky-high greenery add to the already enchanting architecture of the one-time church space. The bar’s self-dubbed “Toronto-style” pizza is made using stone-ground 00 flour and priced at less than $10 per whole pie. For an

  • Jen Agg’s retro-styled Dundas West restaurant specializes in pasta and wine. Rather than recreating classic pasta dishes, chef and co-owner James Santon focuses on Italy’s culinary tradition of using local ingredients. The result is a menu of Italian-inspired dishes with Toronto flair, along with charcuterie platters that pay homage to the space’s previous life as

  • Bar Vendetta is the newest Dundas West installation from powerhouse restaurateur Jen Agg. In the space of former foodie haven The Black Hoof, Vendetta is a laid-back pasta and wine bar pouring unique bottles and serving creative and unpretentious dishes. Bar Vendetta is open from Sunday through Thursday, which is an admittedly ballsy move for

  • The Ferraro family’s restaurant features a wood-burning oven, which provides a variety of thin crust pizzas made to order. The menu also includes fresh salads and soups made on the premises daily. The daily specials are inspired by the family’s hometown of Altomonte, Cosenza, Italy, and include homemade gnocchi, eggplant and lasagna. The menu also

  • Over the last 20 years, brothers Robert and Gus Savonarota, have built a large and loyal following of diners, thanks to their menu of classic Italian fare, including pizza, panini and pasta dishes, like fettuccine Siciliana and orecchiette aromantica. Customer favourite pies included the pizza campagnola topped with smoked mozzarella cheese, potato, crumbled sausage, caramelized

  • Piquette is a bohemian neighbourhood spot in the Queen and Dovercourt village. Reminiscent of the 11th Rue in Paris, this rustic and relaxed wine bar is the perfect place to belly up to the bar and spend the afternoon sipping on some of the most unique wines and curated small plates in the city. This

  • St. Clair West's latest pizzeria hasn’t opened yet, but co-owner Danilo Scimo has a pretty good idea what won’t be on the menu. “You’re not going to find pineapple on your pizza here,” he says. Instead, expect sauce from DOP tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, porcini mushrooms or basil. Authentic Neapolitan pizza in Toronto has just found a new advocate in Pizza e Pazzi, set to open mid-April.

  • This place is serving up exactly what its name promises: pizza, wine, disco. While the menu features Italian-style shareables like garlic knots and pizzas, this place is more about the experience and the party. DJs take the stage every night, straying from typical Top 40 tracks to spin the ones everyone loves (like ABBA, duh).

  • Pizzeria Via Mercanti has gotten some big praise over the last couple years for its good pizza and Italian eats. Originally on Augusta Avenue in Kensington, this pizzeria now has five locations all over the GTA. Opened in 2012, this Romano pizzaiolo is committed to serving truly authentic Neopolitan-style pizza. The menu is full of

  • With a passion for Neapolitan pizza and a tomato sauce recipe that came from the old country, Queen Margherita Pizza is serious about a good pie. The Dundas West Pizzeria sits on the corner at Markham Street and is cooking up some zesty Italian fare, with a focus on perfect Neapolitan-style pizza. After the success

  • Reunion Coffee Roasters is simply synonymous with good coffee. As a family-owned coffee roastery, they take pride in offering customers from all corners of the globe exceptional-tasting coffees. Their approach involves a meticulous process that involves carefully vetting farmers, ensuring they align with those who share their core values. With their flagship location situated on Roncesvalles

  • The Italian chain Scaddabush is the place to go for hand-pulled mozzarella that is spread atop many of its tasty and affordable dishes. With a crowd composed of many professionals on a break from work or coming from a day at the office, there is definitely a celebratory feeling here. The interior feels like a

  • Hailing from the west end of Vancouver, Score Pub Group is inviting us into their world of excess at Score on King: serving up super boozy and colossal caesars, like the Checkmate, $60, that has everything on it but the kitchen sink (seriously, there’s an entire cornish hen on top), you’ll be sure to find

  • Carmine Costantino has been in the service industry for years. He founded Zaza Espresso Bar in Yorkville, and he’s owned a slew of restaurants across the city. So when he decided to open his own Neapolitan pizzeria, he got serious. He placed a job ad in a Naples newspaper and landed three chefs from the motherland, including pizza maestro Pasquale Ponticiello.

  • One of the oldest watering holes in the city, dating back to 1833 or 1838 (depending on whom you ask), the Black Bull has watched Queen Street grow up around it. Nowadays, its patio remains one the best places in the city to have a few beers and people watch on a summer day. The

  • Named after the poet and patriot Bob Dylan, the Dylan Bar is the east end’s purveyor for craft beer, small batch whisky and artisanal cocktails. The vibe here has been curated around Bob Dylan’s love for a good drink. The Greenwich Village in the 50s–style atmosphere of this place is derived from the classic bars

  • Visionary restaurateur and judge on Top Chef Canada, Janet Zuccarini opened Trattoria Nervosa 20 years ago, and today it remains one of the best Italian restaurants in the city. The Yorkville neighbourhood restaurant sits unassumingly in a small yellow house on the corner of Yorkville Avenue and Bellair Street. The wrap around street level patio