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  • Since 1979, Bagel Plus has been serving all Torontonians classic Jewish comfort food from its location at Bathurst and Sheppard. They will always have you covered for when that bagel and schmear craving hits, but the menu also includes options such as eggplant Parmesan and fish and chips, branching outside the shtetl world of blintzes, pickled herring and rugelach.

  • Boccone Deli and Pizza Bar looks to bring a traditional European deli experience to Toronto. They offer a selection of fresh made focaccia sandwiches, pizzas, rotating pasta and dinner specials and a salad bar. Patrons can eat-in, take-out or take advantage of their catering service and have the food brought directly to you.

  • Oy vey, we thought we were sitting shiva for delis. The chicken soup they sling in those thinly disguised fast-food joints is like our bubby said: they maybe waved the chicken over the pot. The corned beef, it makes me so sad, it’s industrial. But then! Along comes Zane Caplansky, a nice Jewish boy. Instead

  • Quality, pasture-raised, grass-fed and hormone-free is the only kind of meat you’ll find at this butcher shop. That’s because Caprae & Suidae follows traditional ways of sourcing from only small, local, family-operated farms, while products are developed right there in the shop. That’s how you know it’s fresh. The shop itself is traditional, too. With

  • This is the best Montreal smoked meat money can buy: Tender, moist, gently spiced, heaven on rye. Add a crisp garlicky half-sour and nirvana is here. Wanna gild the lily? Their sweet frites get the job done. For those less in love with fat, chicken in a pot gets the Bubby seal of approval, for

  • Centre Street Deli is a Thornhill staple that draws a full house pretty much every Sunday. It’s a traditional diner that the whole family will enjoy. Take your ticket and wait until your number is called or sit down and enjoy a meal. The matzah ball soup will warm your stomach as well as your

  • Established in 1957, Commisso Bakery has become one of the most well-known establishments in the city. It’s open 24/7 and 365 days of the year, serving hearty Italian fare in the form of sandwiches, pasta, soup and pizza to the masses to satiate even the hungriest of appetites. There’s a hot table and a deli

  • Cumbrae’s is Toronto’s top artisanal butcher. The beautifully designed interior sports marble countertops and hanging chalkboards that feature the day’s specials and cuts, in beautiful script, along with imported goods, so pretty you might not want to eat them. Cumbrae’s oozes luxury. The cuts of meat sit serenely behind the glass cases along with multiple

  • The Elm Street Italian Deli is unlike any other sandwich shop in the city. They are pumping out Italian cold cut sandwiches all day every day, and that’s about it. Opened by the team behind Cherry Street Bar-B-Que, all the meats here are prepared at the central kitchen location. Find two-handers like the Sergio Leone

  • This cute takeout counter run by husband-and-wife team Sarah and Artin Davoodi, who moved to Toronto from Cologne in 2018, specializes in sandwiches and hot dogs. Their creative hot dogs feature toppings inspired by different nationalities, such as the French, which sees a classic grilled hot dog paired with brie cheese and jam and served

  • Inspired by the delicious deli sandwiches he enjoyed on trips to New York, Lambo’s Deli owner Justin Leon set out to bring Toronto an old-school hoagie. Fresh, high-quality ingredients elevate Lambo’s Deli’s sandwiches above your childhood bagged lunches. Veggies, meats and cheese are prepared in-house, while ingredients like pickles, pesto and black olive tapenade are

  • This uptown kosher butcher knows good meats and wants to bring the old-world butcher shop into the modern era. Magen Meats is Thornhill’s number one kosher butcher. Providing the best-quality and most affordable meat to the suburbanites, Magen Meats has become pretty popular among the COR community. With countless raw and prepared options, this butcher/deli

  • The Pancer family once again owns the Bathurst St. deli that bears their name and has reopened it as Pancer’s Original.

  • Build a streetcar right-of-way, and the condos will quickly follow. From there it's just a short jump to excellent restaurants and full-service butcher shops. Such is the course of events that helped bring Ben Latchford's Roast Fine Foods to Hillcrest Village.

  • “Faim” is the French word for “hungry,” which is exactly how you should show up to Rock’n Deli’s new Toronto location in the CF shops at Don Mills. Here, the sandwiches are piled high with famous Montreal-style smoked meat as are the angus burgers. Rock’n Deli is also an option to flock to with a

  • When your Montreal smoked meat cravings hit and you need instant gratification – look no further than Sumilicious. Owner Sumith Fernando once worked at the famed Schwartz’s Deli in Montreal for all the skeptics out there. The decor is stereotypical deli to a tee, with red and white checkered motifs on the wall. The goods

  • In 1971 this 85-seat Jewish deli opened on Leslie Street and aimed to serve high-quality deli offerings for affordable prices. Starting from humble beginnings the Pickle Barrel grew and converted from one small shop serving only the classics into a household name with a number of restaurants all over the GTA. Always busy, the Pickle

  • What a Bagel is way more than just bagels. This iconic bakery chain has been serving and catering for Torontonians for over 20 years. Every location makes its own bagels in-house, and their large size is what has made them so recognizable. Besides the various schmears to serve with the bagels, What a Bagel is

  • Kimberly Hannam and Ryan Getner started selling their peameal bacon sandwiches at farmer’s markets across Toronto over 4 years ago – Sorauren, Downsview, Annex and Leslieville, to name a few – but now the pork has come to rest, quite literally, at their first permanent location in the Junction, aptly named, When The Pig Came Home.

  • One of the last of its kind, Wolfie’s Deli is slicing up fresh smoked meat every day. This classic Jewish delicatessen was opened by David Gelberman and his wife in 1975. Importing all his brisket from Montreal, which Gelberman swears is more moist than the meat you can get here in Toronto, he slices it