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  • 3030

    Restaurant 3030 Dundas West is a hotbed of culture in the ever-more-happening Junction. The cavernous space is a bit of everything: a bar, restaurant, art gallery and concert hall rolled into one. Paintings from local artists —  like cool cat Nick Sweetman — oversee patrons downing local brews and tucking into eats before heading to

  • Bar Mignonette

    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

  • With over 20 years of experience, Chef Kareema is not new to Toronto’s restaurant scene. She uses Caribbean and North American flavours to put a unique taste on all her culinary creations. Alongside barbecue chicken, sautéed portobello mushrooms, and beef ribs, the menu at this Dundas Street restaurant include Caribbean classics like the oxtail and

  • Duo Patisserie

    Duo patisserie is a chic Markham bakery that specializes in viennoiseries, cakes and chocolates. It is a French-inspired cafe with a Japanese flare. The must-try item here is the croissant which comes in the traditional form, as well as pain au chocolat, almond, chocolate almond, roast beef, ham and cheese, salami and cheese, and a


    Ever miss the days of strolling through the night markets of Vietnam, collecting snacks as you peruse all the different vendors? Well DZO Viet Eatery has brought the night markets of Hội An to Toronto. This Dundas West eatery is an ode to Vietnam with an influence of vibrant Mexican cuisine. It is the ultimate

  • JOEY Don Mills

    The JOEY franchise has become somewhat of a Toronto staple over the last couple years. The slew of restaurants boasts a comfortable lounge atmosphere where high-end burgers and fries and overpriced edamame seem to reign supreme. The Shops at Don Mills location is the perfect spot for an afternoon drink on the massive upstairs patio

  • Cold Tea was nearly a self-parody staple of Kensington Market: a dingy bar with a semi-secret entrance and loud industry patio cookouts in the summer. The owners, having outgrown the legal headaches of the tailgate party atmosphere, have transformed the space into a slick restaurant with the requisite high chairs and neon lights. Partnering with

  • This adorable gelato shop’s story begins with a rise to fame while operating out of a food truck. Nani’s Gelato was born through a goal of finding good quality artisan gelato that infuses Indian and Asian flavours. In Punjabi, “Nani” means grandmother–a suitable name for sweet desserts that will bring back a nostalgic taste of homemade

  • Reverie at the Park

    From celebrated Toronto chef Jeff Edwards comes Reverie at the Park, a new concept restaurant showcasing the diversity of Toronto by utilizing a myriad of different global flavours to enhance local bounty. This local and sustainable spot is as eclectic as can be. The interior is decorated to feel like the inside of a park.

  • Sisters & Co

    Sisters & Co is a cheerful brunch spot located in Trinity-Bellwoods. Co-owners Hilary, Michelle and Vivian have been friends for over 10 years. They consider themselves to be as close as sisters, giving Sisters & Co its name, and founded the restaurant to celebrate their shared passion for food and hospitality. Sisters & Co specializes

  • Smoke Bar & Kitchen

    This Queen West restaurant from the team behind Hogtown Smoke brings a fresh approach to barbecue. You’ll find all the barbecue classics, from brisket to ribs, on the menu but without the traditional seasonings. Instead, chef Sean Simons draws on influences from Asian and Spanish cuisine to create dishes like chicken sliders with chimichurri and

  • xango

    Peru and Japan meet Uruguay, Vietnam, and Thailand on the same plate at one of King West's most creative entries