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  • Alma

    For chef Anna Chen’s first stand-alone restaurant, she opted to open a 32-seater in the west end. Blonde wood accents the minimalist room, and soulful tunes play overhead, foreshadowing Chen’s highly elegant take on comfort food. Buoyed by her knowledge from stints at Figo and Scaramouche — plus an upbringing in India — Chen has

  • Cabano’s Comfort Food is an old-school sandwich and burger shop decorated with exposed brick and a sleek, modern design. Cabano’s is proud to serve beef that is never frozen, and is raised here in Ontario. The restaurant is known for its Cabano Burger, a double burger with cheese on the bottom, served on a bun

  • On a trip to Nashville, husband and wife Matt and Carolyn fell in love with the city’s crispy, moist chicken and decided to bring it back to Canada. Named after their late yellow lab, Chica’s offers the couple’s own version of Nashville hot chicken, made with grain-fed, 100 per cent Halal chicken from local farmers.

  • Chickee Kone

    Find this fried chicken in a cone tucked into Ryerson’s Wold Food Market. The Yonge and Dundas pop-up market is the best place to taste interesting otherworldly dishes, like Chickee Kone’s fried chicken in a cone. The waffle cone holds an assortment of different options, like fried chicken, in your choice of sauce, and fish

  • Cluck Clucks

    When it comes to fried chicken, Cluck Clucks knows what its doing. The compact, counter-serve restaurant offers diners several variations on one dish: chicken and waffles. Whether it’s a group of flavours you thought you’d never see done on chicken and waffles, such as the Shut the Parm Up option, a chicken breast covered in

  • Though it’s well known across California, this Parkdale location is the first Dave’s Hot Chicken to open in Toronto. Brought to the city by John Bitove, founder of the Toronto Raptors, this Nashville-style chicken is prepared with in-house ingredients and fresh, quality chicken. A mural of the crazy-eyed rubber chicken mascot welcomes customers into the

  • Roncesvalles’ Cambodian restaurant Tuk Tuk Canteen transformed into takeout-friendy concept Ding-a-Wing amid the pandemic. Although Ding-a-Wing was born out of Toronto’s ongoing dining room closures, chef and co-owner Mike Tan had been looking for the right opportunity to bring the fried chicken concept to life for more than a decade.  The restaurant’s name is a

  • Dirty Bird

    Kensington Market staple The Dirty Bird has opened a new outpost. The new location at Bloor and Bathurst can seat 29, which is nearly double the size of their previous spot.

  • Earlscourt BBQ

    Thoughtfully sourced and cooked to perfection, Earlscourt BBQ is cooking up some superb southern barbecue in Toronto’s Corso Italia. Created by Pork Ninjas, this barbecue joint is the perfect place for a gathering of hungry friends ready to sit down and share some grub. The interior, which is painted red and covered in flames screams

  • epoch ritz-carlton

    Epoch Bar & Kitchen is a polished restaurant set on the lobby level of the Ritz-Carlton, Toronto. The restaurant sees the hotel’s former DEQ Terrace & Lounge space revamped with an elegant design and a fresh menu focused on high-end gastrobar fare. With its classic aesthetic and approachable, seasonally-driven menu, Epoch aims to evoke an

  • Escape Goat Toronto

    Blame Escape Goat for nothing but a full stomach and good times. This gastropub in the heart of Parkdale is serving up next level pub fare making all its food from scratch with ingredients that have been locally sourced. One menu favourite is the original G.O.A.T. burger that, beyond the one-third of a pound patty

  • Five Points

    Nashville hot chicken has taken over the North American food scene in the last year. With hot chicken joints popping up all over the continent, people are hungry for a fix of good ol’ country cooking that’ll blow their socks off. At Five Points Nashville Hot Chicken, they want you working up a sweat, all

  • Function Bar

    Function Bar is pretty much what your eight-year-old self hoped, wished and probably thought adult freedom would look and be like. This underground bar near the bustling Yonge and Eglinton intersection is decorated with posters of nostalgic iconography, and there is free play on a console, arcade and board games — beat the high score

  • On the website, this Ossington sandwich shop labels itself as an “ode to the king of poultry.” That means Ghost Chicken knows how to do Chicken sandwiches. This take-out place is all about simplicity and the key is local ingredients with a fresh balance of tastes, textures, and spices. And it’s all 100% halal. Just

  • Green Canoe

    This family-style restaurant is whipping up some of Leaside’s best breakfast and brunch every day. Green Canoe Cafe is a neighbourhood spot that opens at 9 a.m. every day and serves breakfast with a smile. The friendly and approachable atmosphere makes people want to become regulars at this breakfast joint. The menu varies between its

  • Hanmoto

    Hanmoto is an ultra-cool Japanese snack bar tucked in an unmarked building just north of Dundas West. Leave diets at the door because the food here is indulgent izakaya fare at its best. Case in point are the restaurant’s legendary Dyno Wings: deep-fried chicken wings filled with spicy pork sausage. The shareable dishes are all

  • Hawk & Chick

    Hawk & Chick is packing a lot of flavour into a small space. This takeout joint specializes in bento boxes stuffed with home-cooked Korean food, with a few Japanese cuisine options as well. Chef Joe Kim —previously of Momofuku, amongst others — has enlisted the help of none other than his own mother to help

  • Indie Alehouse

    Fifteen years ago, the sale of alcohol was prohibited in the Junction. As a sign of how much the west Toronto neighbourhood has changed since then, it now has two local, independent breweries: Junction Craft Brewing and Indie Alehouse, the latter of which opened its doors to the public for the first time last weekend.

  • JoyBird Fried Chicken

    Located in the Stackt Market, a community hub made entirely of shipping containers, JoyBird Fried Chicken has claimed the mantle of Toronto’s go-to destination for Taiwanese, Southern-style, dark meat fried chicken. A favourite of both connoisseurs and bourgeoning foodies alike, JoyBird sees chef Trevor Lui experimenting with blending Taiwan and Toronto’s street food techniques and

  • Kansas King

    Looking for something saucy to sink your teeth into? Named for the source of its inspiration, Kansas King is home to fusion-style barbecue featuring an extensive menu of pork, chicken, beef, lamb, and seafood. The mouthwatering signature barbecue sauce has been in the works for years and is even sold in its own bottles due