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  • Situated atop a heritage building at Queen Street and Spadina Avenue, Alo is one of those names that makes foodies stop in their tracks. Helmed by chef Patrick Kriss, one of the hottest names in the city’s food scene. The classically prepared, contemporary French cuisine and the ambience, alongside the exclusive nature of the reservations,

  • Auberge du Pommier has been at the top of the game in Toronto's French fine dining scene since it opened in 1987. The cuisine incorporates traditional French techniques with North American seasonal influences and ingredients. Not to be mistaken for modern cooking, this is a French fine dining restaurant all the way down to the immaculate white tablecloths and perfectly choreographed service.

  • Chef Craig Wong invites guests into an oceanic oasis at Bar Mignonette. The Chinese-Jamaican chef applies his experience working at Michelin-starred restaurants with his heritage to work wonders at his newest venture. He first opened Patois Toronto in 2014, which paired traditional Chinese family-style dining with bold Caribbean flavours. Now at Bar Mignonette, the chef

  • Liberty Entertainment Group’s answer is Blue Blood, a steakhouse which includes a stunning bar and lounge (in Casa Loma's Oak Room & Smoking Lounge) and lavish dining room (in the Billiard Room).

  • It’s a royal affair at the elite and oh-so luxurious Blueblood Steakhouse. Located inside Toronto’s lone castle on a hill, this restaurant is serving up only the most noble fare in a restaurant fit for a king. The exterior of Castle Loma is enough to get you excited for a night of wining and dining

  • The food now is classic bistro with a luxurious twist. There’s plenty of personal Boulud touches (the beignet de calamar include deft Southeast Asian flavours) and nods to Toronto (the quenelle de brochette is made with Ontario-sourced pike.) In short, the rethink worked and Café Boulud is in a class by itself.

  • A dazzling display of sparkling bubbly, oysters, caviar and café au lait await at the aptly named Coffee Oysters Champagne (COC), but there’s more than meets the eye.

  • Yorkville’s own D|Bar was revamped in 2018 making it one of the hot spots for Toronto’s elite. Located in the swanky Four Seasons Hotel, chef Daniel Boulud reimagined the menu and transformed the space to become an intimate but elegant lounge. Here celebrities and mere mortals can exchange niceties over cutely named cocktails like the

  • This restaurant is bringing the taste of the Mediterranean to Midtown by offering traditional dishes inspired by French-Italian regional cuisine. With an owner who has been a restaurateur in Midtown for three decades and a chef who has worked in Michelin-starred restaurants across France, it’s no surprise Domaine Mamo has perfected the art of French

  • This financial district restaurant is the first North American location of Michelin star chefs Alfonso and Ernesto Iaccarino’s Don Alfonso 1890. Brought to Toronto by Nick Di Donato of the Liberty Entertainment Group, the Don Alfonso brand is recognized worldwide with locations throughout Italy as well as New Zealand, China, and now Toronto. It showcases

  • The powerhouse team behind Ardo on King East have officially added Dova Restaurant to their culinary triad — which includes their company VIVI Imports, that brings carefully chosen goods into Toronto for sale in their restaurant pantry. While the emphasis is on Sicilian food at Dova Restaurant in Cabbagetown, the menu is uniquely dedicated to

  • In French, avoir la banane means you’ve got a big grin on your face. So it’s fitting that every single dish at La Banane is known to put smiles on faces. Inside the contemporary bistro on Ossington, the interior makes you feel like you’re part of the artsy crowd thanks to the countless works of art that dot the space.

  • It’s always on with some Dom Perignon! One level beneath Marbl lies Mademoiselle, a champagne lounge open Wednesday through Sunday nights. Bottle services are not limited to champagne, as Belvedere vodka joins the party on Wednesday and Saturday nights. This spot has been known to attract the hottest DJs and partiers from Toronto and beyond,

  • Never has a steakhouse, let alone a fine dining restaurant, been as sleek, modern, and cool as Marbl. Executive Chef Ryan Morrison is at the helm of the ship, guiding diners through an exceptional repertoire of cocktails, refined modern American food, and the gill à la carte options, all of which are made with sustainably

  • In a location that opened as the York Mills Hotel in 1857, the Miller Tavern was originally designed as a roadhouse for travellers looking for a beer and a place to rest their horses. Now, it offers casual fine dining, featuring an oyster lounge and one of the city’s largest outdoor patios, as well as

  • Omai is a new Japanese temaki and sake bar on Baldwin Street from Edward Bang and Jason Ching.

  • In Yorkville’s swanky Hazelton Hotel sits celebrity chef Mark McEwan’s ONE Restaurant. Serving contemporary Canadian cuisine, executive chef Darby Piquette is making himself known amongst Torontonians after attending the George Brown chef school and spending years working under his mentor chef Mark McEwan. With his love of travel and affinity for cooking, Piquette is proving

  • “Mollusks for the masses” is the motto at this Queen West seafood restaurant. Oysters arrive regularly from both the east and west coasts, and are served raw or cooked as part of a menu that changes daily. Besides oysters, Oyster Boy also offers other shellfish as well as a selection of salads, steak frites, desserts

  • What do Rihanna’s zodiac sign and Rosedale’s best fish monger have in common? They are both called pisces. Pisces Gourmet is nestled amongst other fine food retailers along a busy yet community-oriented stretch of Yonge. Pisces offers an extensive selection of fresh fish and seafood for customers to take home and prepare in addition to

  • For six years while it was in development, Matty Matheson kept Prime Seafood Palace under wraps. But once opened, there was no keeping this gem a secret. As with all of the other eateries in Matheson’s ever-growing culinary empire, Prime Seafood Palace makes a big statement. Though seafood is in its name, the restaurant also