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  • This cash-only takeout window uses fresh ingredients to serve up traditional Italian gelato. Bar Ape Gelato Co. is open from May to October to offer a refreshing relief from Toronto’s heat. Other sweet and chilly treats on Bar Ape’s menu include soft serve, sundaes and ice cream bars. Bar Ape offers a rotating menu, meaning

  • Bellwoods Coffee and Gelato

    Situated right across from the Dundas Street entrance to Toronto’s beloved Trinity Bellwoods Park, sits Bellwoods Coffee and Gelato. Once a baking school, this corner café is the perfect spot to get a pick me up on your way to the park or a treat for the way home. The café is split into two

  • Just like the main character’s obsession in the Italian-French drama and novella this gelato shop is named for, Death by Venice is to die for. In 2015, owner Kaya was the winner of Chopped Canada with an original ricotta, lemon and rosemary ice cream. With the winnings, he purchased an Italian Carpigiani gelato machine and

  • Dolce Gelato

    On the Danforth, this Toronto gelato shop is serving up some of the most traditional Italian gelato in the city, and east enders can’t get enough. With three locations in Toronto, Dolce Gelato is one of the most well-known spots to go and find a myriad of delightful colours and flavours all tucked away behind

  • Domaine MaMo

    This restaurant is bringing the taste of the Mediterranean to Midtown by offering traditional dishes inspired by French-Italian regional cuisine. With an owner who has been a restaurateur in Midtown for three decades and a chef who has worked in Michelin-starred restaurants across France, it’s no surprise Domaine Mamo has perfected the art of French

  • Eataly

    Get ready carb-lovers: this is not a drill! Canada’s first Eataly outpost is opening its doors on Nov. 13 in the Manulife Centre at Bay and Bloor. Food fiends who have visited one of Eataly’s 40 other locations worldwide have been counting down the days until the beloved brand arrives in Canada. Eataly Toronto does

  • Ed's Real Scoop

    After being one of the pioneers who worked on building packet-switching networks, a.k.a the Internet, retirement for Ed Francis is filled with ice cream. Ed’s Real Scoop was founded after Ed Francis could not find any premium, homemade ice cream stores near his home. Now, Ed’s Real Scoop is a neighbourhood staple in the Beach,

  • Gelato di Carlotta

    Master gelato makers from Florence, Italy, have graced us with their icy sweet treats at Gelato di Carlotta. Located inside Vaughan Mills shopping centre, this gelateria embodies the truest sense of the Italian ice milk shop. From real Florentine recipes and superior fresh ingredients, they want to ensure we can find a taste of Italy

  • george

    Award-winning chef Lorenzo Losetto is cooking up Canadian fine dining fare at his Moss Park restaurant, George. Expect to eat from an inventive tasting menu that highlights locally sourced ingredients and other innovative dishes that celebrate flavours of the world, such as the lobster with artichokes and guanciale. The refined space includes a dreamy private

  • Hollywood Gelato

    Toronto’s first gelato bar never disappoints. With its 22 original and handmade flavours, Hollywood Gelato remains the city’s premier place for a scoop of this sweet Italian dessert. At the corner of Bayview Avenue and Manor Road, this gelato shop has been serving Torontonians some of the best authentic, made-from-scratch gelato since 2001. This store

  • Hotel Gelato

    Once you check in, you’ll never want to check out. Hotel Gelato has been Forest Hill’s go-to destination for rich and delicious gelato for more than 10 years. Decorated to look like a boutique hotel in Europe, a trip to this gelato destination feels like being transported to another place and time. Regulars that come

  • Kekou Gelato House

    One part Toronto-based couple, one part Italian gelato and one part Asian-influenced flavours is the makeup of Kekou Gelato House. This downtown spot is serving up gelato, Popsicles, and beverages inspired by the popular and hidden flavours of Asia. The gelato base is made from scratch, using the simplest of ingredients — egg yolk, milk,

  • Kost

    On the 44th floor of the Bisha Hotel, you’ll find panoramic views of Toronto, along with some of the best Californian/Mexican cuisine outside of Baja state. As the northernmost state in Mexico and the southernmost point in California, Baja cuisine is the perfect blend of culture and flavour. At Kost, the Bisha Hotel’s newest restaurant,

  • La Paloma

    Little Italy’s own La Paloma is one of the best gelaterias in the city because it is one of the most authentic. Since 1967, they have only used the finest ingredients and followed only a traditional recipe to create the rich and delicious gelato generations of Torontonians have fallen in love with. To further the

  • 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

  • Is there a better way to spend your summer afternoon than eating gelato? Maybe eating alcohol-infused gelato while sipping on wine? That’s what On Third Thought is here for. This gelato and wine bar prides itself on being allergen-conscious and vegan-friendly. That means it leaves out all the stuff you don’t want and adds in

  • Osteria Giulia

    At Osteria Giulia, a luxurious little dinner spot with a focus on northern Italian cuisine, chef Rob Rossi (L’Unità, Giulietta) puts forth a menu of dishes made from seasonal ingredients. The 66-seat interior yields a contemporarily rustic vibe with honeyed tones,limestone and wood-panelled walls and folded ceilings. Among the house specials is the focaccia di

  • Sure, Hollywood Gelato may have started Toronto’s love affair with gelato over 10 years ago, but these days, my go-to spots in the Yonge and Eglinton or midtown areas are Il Gelatiere and Gelato Simply Italian, two shops offering what’s easily some of the best gelato in the city.

  • terroni

    Terroni is a Toronto institution, and we put up with the “Terroni way” in order to get some of the best pizza and pasta outside of Calabria. Cosimo Mammoliti, with help from his family and late partner Paolo Scoppio, started their business with a small bottega on Queen Street West and now own seven restaurants

  • The Cheese Boutique has been a long-standing draw for both chefs and regular folk on the hunt for the perfect fromage. And although plenty of other gourmet options for the cultured palate abound, the gelateria is here for the masses. The owners bought a Carpigiani ice cream maker and built an addition to the side