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  • Alobar Yorkville

    Alobar Yorkville, the restaurant by chef and famed restaurateur Patrick Kriss, is an oasis of elegance tucked into an alley off of Cumberland Street in Toronto. The small 75-seat restaurant is a setting that is part lounge, part dining room, part bar — and all class.

  • Bar Batavia

    Bar Batavia is a midtown cocktail bar located upstairs from Indonesian eatery Little Sister. It claims to have no-nonsense cocktails made with precision, quality ingredients and a smile. The food menu consists of a couple of snacks, including shrimp chips and Balinese spiced chicken, but if you’re looking for dinner, the place to be is

  • Bar Biltmore

    Bar Biltmore is the historic Paradise Theatre’s upstairs cocktail bar. Conceptualized by bar director Robin Goodfellow, this cocktail haven is named after the Biltmore Theatre, where owner Moray Tawse spent his formative years. The bar is built around the cocktail program which Goodfellow has created on a schematic bitterness scale. Meant for guests with a

  • boxcar-social

    Boxcar Social is a Toronto staple when it comes to cafes. This coffee shop by day, cocktail bar by night concept exists in four locations across the city. The Harbourfront location was built in partnership with Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre who took their concept to the next level by adding a well-crafted food menu and expanding

  • 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,

  • Gaarden

    Gaarden, the latest addition to INK Entertainment’s bevy of hip dining destinations (Sofia, Cabana Pool Bar, Byblos, etc.) provides a leafy refuge for thirsty Queen Street shoppers. As you may be able to tell from the bar’s logo, this patio was created in partnership with Hoegaarden, makers of the Belgian wheat beer of the same

  • gia restaurant toronto

    Gia, a reimagining of much-loved Dundas West restaurant Ufficio, brings to life the version of Ufficio that owner Jenny Coburn had originally envisioned. “When I first started Ufficio with my partner we were going to do it vegetarian,” says Coburn, “but this was five years ago.” At the time, Coburn says they weren’t sure Toronto

  • Good Fortune

    Good Fortune is a late night cocktail and snack bar located downstairs under La Carnita. String lights illuminate this subterranean watering hole, and the drinks menu features both local and international craft brews. There is a creative cocktail menu featuring playful concoctions like boozy milkshakes and Jell-O shots. There is a food menu with burgers

  • Grey Tiger

    Double, double toil and trouble, Grey Tiger cocktail bar is brewing up some wicked cocktails in its cauldron. This occult-themed cocktail bar wants you to come in and embrace your inner witch. The menu is presented like a book of spells, each one more dangerous than the next. The Tarot-esque designs illustrate the menu of

  • Lobby

    Lobby is an eclectic new Queen West lounge from Reza Abedi (Lavelle, Goldie) and Juno award-winning DJ Nick Fiorucci. With a Lavelle partner and a DJ as co-owners, it’s perhaps no surprise that Lobby straddles the line between restaurant and club, offering bottle service, swanky cocktails, and frequent DJ performances. Abedi was inspired by the

  • LoPan

    LoPan is DaiLo’s upstairs dim sum and cocktail bar. The Little Italy restaurant DaiLo became an overnight success in Toronto. Its predominantly Cantonese fare cooked with traditional French techniques, was idolized by critics and chefs from all over the country. LoPan, a smaller and more intimate space, is a snack bar made for an either

  • marked restaurant toronto

    Marked is a flashy new restaurant from Fourthspace Hospitality, the group behind Coffee Oysters Champagne and its now well-known secret bar à toi. Like COC and à toi, Marked is a stylish space with killer cocktails, a well-curated food menu, and a design that encourages diners to move through different parts of the space throughout

  • Melrose on Adelaide

    Sometimes, what you’re drinking is more important than the meal itself. That has never been the case more than at Melrose on Adelaide. Inside the dimly lit, romantic space is a group of bartenders that are waiting eagerly to wow you with cocktails. With a drinks list more extensive than the food list, you probably

  • Walking down the stairs to this restaurant will have you feeling like you’re walking into a speakeasy back in the 20s. If you haven’t heard of it, that’s because you’re not supposed to; but if you have, you just might be edgy enough for this underground cocktail bar. Middle8 gets its name from the British

  • Moscow Tea House has made waves as an exclusive dining venue in Ottawa, so what’s a better location to open the second location than in Yorkville. This is the first Russian Tea Room to open in Toronto and follows in the footsteps of the iconic New York City tea room. Dining here presents an elegant

  • mother

    “Modern Drinks Inspired By Nature” is the mantra at this Queen West cocktail bar, brought to you by the team behind BarChef. Mother uses simple, fresh ingredients and, through the process of fermentation, preserve nature’s essence to give life to brand new flavours. Think amaretto sours made from extracting the flavours from apricot pits and

  • oretta midtown

    Oretta opened the doors to its second location on February 3, serving up classic Italian fare and modern day classics in the bustling Yonge and Eglinton area. Oretta Midtown offers a menu of pretty, IG-worthy cocktails and some of the dishes you know and love from Oretta’s King West location, with a few additional menu

  • Osteria Rialto-Toronto

    Osteria Rialto is the flagship restaurant in the historical Paradise building which also houses Bar Biltmore and Paradise Theatre. The restaurant, spearheaded by executive chef Basilio Pesce and bar director Robin Goodfellow (Bar Raval and PrettyUgly), takes its inspiration from non-regional Italian cuisine, using ingredients found in Ontario. This means Rialto is dedicated to Italian tradition and

  • 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).