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  • anejo

    Añejo brings passion for all things Mexican (especially tequila) to the King West entertainment district. Añejo is hidden below street level in an historic building at the corner of King and Portland. Mexican dishes made with local ingredients and authentic recipes serve as the perfect accompaniment to one of a seemingly endless selection of tequilas

  • If you judge a book by its cover, then this place is dead. It looks like a cheesy, overdecorated ethnic caricature, with more Spanish tchotchkes than any sane person should have to look at. The menu too is off-putting, in its excessive length, which suggests that you can have anything you want — from the

  • 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.    

  • el catrin

    Toronto’s summer romance with Mexican cuisine continues with the grand, and we do mean grand, opening of El Catrin. The Distillery District’s newest addition, designed by Munge Leung, is a visual feast. Both inside and out, this modern cantina — which used to be The Boiler House — is decked out with eye-tantalizing details, many of which have been imported straight from Mexico.

  • Ever wonder where you could find wickedly bold and flavourful Mexican food that’s also completely gluten-free? Well look no further because at El Pocho Antojitos Bar they’re making California-inspired Mexican food with love and without gluten. Located on Follis Avenue just south of Dupont and Bathurst, this little Mexican casa is translating Mexican street bites

  • Complete with a folky mural, El Trompo is like walking into Mexico City, despite being in the heart of Kensington Market. The taco bar and cactus grill serves traditional Mexican fare. Whether it’s chile con huevo (scrambled eggs in a green salsa) for breakfast or melted cheese served in a clay pot for lunch, many

  • Latin American cuisine meets Instagram-worthy decor in Toronto’s east end. The heated back patio is decorated with string lights and gorgeous rustic exposed brick and fencing. Added bonus? It’s dog-friendly. In terms of cuisine, the restaurant boasts that the secret ingredient in every dish is love. Look for bandeja paisa, lomo saltado, tres leches, partnered

  • Through a shared love of art, music and a good taco, La Carnita has built a huge following amongst Toronto foodies. With six locations in Canada and one in the U.S., this team knows a thing or two about good Mexican food. As the glow up of Yonge and Eglinton centre continues, its no wonder

  • Andrew Richmond and Amin Todai have brought La Carnita to the entertainment district with their new location at 106 John St. (at Richmond).

  • Family-run La Mexicana is the place to go for authentic Mexican cuisine north of Eglinton. After moving here from Mexico city, the family started cooking up some super traditional offerings at La Mexicana, and they don’t plan on stopping. Open since 1988, the menu is a collection of real Mexican classics. The mini-empanadas are cute

  • Leña is the newest addition to the Oliver & Bonacini empire. For Anthony Walsh, the company’s corporate executive chef, this project is especially close to his heart. Leña is named after his Argentinian mother-in-law and pays homage to her country’s cuisine.

  • 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

  • Kensington Market’s newest Mexican restaurant — Pancho y Emiliano — takes its name from two of Mexico’s most famous revolutionaries: Emiliano Zapata and Francisco “Pancho” Villa.

  • While Mexican food and tacos have seemingly become synonymous with Toronto’s restaurant scene, it’s worth remembering that our southern, southern neighbour actually has a flourishing culinary tradition of leavened bread as well. And Pancho’s Bakery, which was Toronto’s first Mexican bakery when it opened in 2009, is here to make sure we don’t forget that, having opened its third location last week next to Dufferin Station.

  • Tacos, tequila, Toronto, what could be better? That’s the promise Papi Chulo’s fulfills. Best described as a Mexican snack bar, Papi Chulo’s serves small plate meals, like tacos, salads, and empanadas, but also has fully loaded nachos and fries to share. The made-in-house guac is of the smoother variety. There’s an empanada stuffed with Nutella,

  • 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.

  • From Yorkville to downtown and now to Corktown, Reyna sure does get around. Bar Reyna’s newest expansion, Reyna on King, operates as a café and restaurant when the sun is out, but when it goes down, Reyna on King becomes a spot for cocktails and snacks. Designed as a grab-and-go daytime lunch spot, Reyna on