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  • brazen head

    Brazen Head is an elevated Irish pub in Toronto’s Liberty Village, known for its beautiful patio that’s the perfect place to enjoy fresh air and sunshine in the pub’s two-levels of outdoor seating, whilst drinking a pint of Guinness. Every weekend diners have flocked to the pub to enjoy bottomless mimosas and the mouth-watering brunch,

  • No time, no problem! Cali Mexican Grill is a quick-service Mexican spot developed by three lifelong friends with a shared passion and interest in the flavourful cuisine that dominates the Mexican and Californian food culture. The menu is simple: pick between a burrito, taco, quesadilla or bowl, then pick a protein and toppings. What sets

  • Clandestine Tacos and Churros is the newest offering from the team behind Queen West Mexican bistro Fonda Lola. It’s billed as a pure Mexican experience loaded with passion and flavours. The menu features fish, pork, beef and veggie tacos as well as churros.    

  • Executive chef Elia Herrera uses traditional recipes that have been passed down through many generations, to her grandmother to her mother to herself, at her restaurant Colibri, located inside Assembly Chef’s Hall. From hand-pressed tortillas to slow-cooked carnitas and the dozens of salsas in between, every ingredient is carefully selected, as cooking from scratch is

  • Right off of Queen Street East lies Completo, a cosy South American sandwich and snack shop. Completo is complete with a lot of outdoor seating in the front, tables and picnic benches both included. The menu is simple and to the point: some sandwiches, some meal boxes, some fries with add-ons available. One menu favourite

  • El Bocho is bringing the liveliness of Mexico all the way up to Richmond Hill. This restaurant serves up classic, traditional Mexican fare in addition to some menu items, like the tortilla pizzas, that are influenced by El Bocho’s Canadian locale. Community-oriented, El Bocho hosts salsa dancing lessons on occasion, and with the palm fringe

  • el rey

    Prolific Toronto restaurateur Grant van Gameren’s Kensington Market Mexican bar features enough margaritas, mezcals and tequila-based cocktails to make you forget you’re not in Mexico. The food is heavy on tacos (which is never a bad thing) with some creative twists, like the crispy squid taco or the aguachile, featuring cucumber and serrano leche, shrimp,

  • Starting as a stand-alone juice bar, Toronto’s first hot spot for stand-alone raw and cold pressed juices has become the city’s largest plant-based restaurant chain. Fresh on Eglinton is one of five locations from owners Ruth Tal, Barry Alper and Jennifer Huston. Starting as a juice company making small plant-based treats for an on-the-go crowd,

  • Run out of a small food stall in Kensington Market, Gus Tacos has built a reputation for its legendary $5 tacos. In addition to the classics like chicken and steak, Gus offers inventive protein options including braised lamb and grilled fish. For non-meat eaters, the shop offers mushroom and queso protein options. These are available

  • hemingways

    Operating for more than 40 years, Hemingway’s Restaurant and Bar is home to one of Toronto’s most popular rooftop patios. The heated and covered area lets diners enjoy the fresh air all year round. Though the owners are New Zealand natives and the restaurant specializes in pub food, whether you’re looking for pad thai, pizza,

  • Hoki Poké is serving up Toronto’s favourite heathy Hawaiian food craze. Poke bowls are fresh, light and delicious and have become a mainstay in the city’s food scene. This particular place is making poke its way. Still using the original concept of raw fish served cubed with a number of fresh toppings and sauces, Hoki

  • Enjoy Taco Tuesday like royalty at King’s Tacos on St. Clair Avenue. Proudly founded in 1983 in Chihuahua City, King’s Tacos serves authentic Mexican food, made by Mexicans but enjoyed by all. Well-known for its tacos and quesadillas, this family-oriented restaurant is more than proud of its meat selection. Pastor, carnitas and chorizo are only

  • Since its 2019 facelift, Latin World has decided to leave its drab beginnings behind and fiesta into the future. With a renovated restaurant featuring bright yellow walls, Mexican textiles and trinkets hanging from the wall, it’s hard not to feel like celebrating when walking in here. This restaurant/grocery store is selling and serving Latin American

  • Dawn Chapman grew up eating the best the countryside had to offer. Her grandparents owned a farm in Midhurst, Ont., so for her, eating fresh, local, organic food was not something she talked about, it was simply a way of life. Now that she’s living in the city, she's planning a café that aims to show people that “the countryside is closer than you think.”

  • Mexican restaurants are nothing novel in Toronto: in fact, they're cropping up everywhere. From tiny, trendy taco haunts to brand new Korean-Mexican fusion spots and food trucks-cum-sit-down restos, to sprawling uptown taquerias and tequila bars, there's absolutely no avoiding the fact that Mexican fare is trending, and has been for a quite some time.

  • Mariachi’s Restaurant serves uptown diners a taste of authentic Mexican food in a warm and homey environment. Mariachi’s first opened its doors in 1998 as Alejandra Hernandez’s first restaurant. Since then, very little has changed as Torontonians have fallen in love with its standard Mexican fare, like burritos, tacos and the crowd-pleasing fajitas, as well

  • Spice up your life at Richmond Hill’s Mexican Amigos. This beacon for all things Mexican and Latin American cuisine is the perfect place to meet with friends for a couple cervezas and a delicious meal. Specializing in tacos, burritos and fajitas, this menu is full of all the Tex-Mex munchies you’re looking for. With a

  • This TTC-style bar wants every wandering stranger to feel at home in the city. The tile walls finished with “Nōmads Station” decals and a TTC-painted doorway are so perfectly executed that your trip to the bathroom might be a bit discombobulating. Nōmads Restobar is a gathering place for people of all walks of life and

  • Playa Cabana used to be one of those hidden gems tucked away in a residential area where those “in the know” would go to chow down on tacos that delivered big on flavour.

  • real sports bar

    Located just beside Scotiabank Arena, Real Sports offers sports, entertainment and music fans two distinct spaces to choose from. The first is Arena, considered a sports haven to its legions of loyal fans and features the city’s largest screen, as well as a DJ booth and a massive 100-foot bar. Calling it the best place