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  • 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

  • Come to this West Toronto institution to celebrate all things fromage. The cheese boutique features hundreds of imported cheeses from exotic locales like France and Italy, as well as from this side of pond like Ontario and Quebec. Cheese is aged on-site, with one of the aging rooms even open to the public for those

  • This family-owned eatery offers a classic menu of Latin American eats with an emphasis on Mexican fare, such as carnitas and tamales. Lunch combos come with rice and refried beans, and they also do breakfast options like sincronizada, which is a grilled tortilla filled with refried beans, ham and cheese. The shop also contains an

  • 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

  • Il y a un world to discover at Douce France, the French café and small grocery destination on the Danforth. Be greeted in either language by the bilingual staff and peruse the curated selection of imported goods while the likes of Edith Piaf or Charles Aznavour plays in the back. Those who seek the absolute

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    The biggest Korean grocery store in Canada opens this weekend at York Mills and Don Mills. Galleria Supermarket, located north of the Shops at Don Mills, is a 40,000-square-foot soon-to-be mecca for lovers of bulgogi, japchae and kimchi.

  • A community hub and one of the best places for casual Iranian food in the city, Khorak Supermarket opened 30 years ago and has grown with the local Persian community near Yonge and Steeles. After picking up groceries, hungry shoppers return to the hot table for a meal of kebabs, saffron rice, lamb shanks and

  • Since its 2019 facelift, Latin World has decided to leave its drab beginnings behind and fiesta into the future. With a renovated restaurant featuring bright yellow walls, Mexican textiles and trinkets hanging from the wall, it’s hard not to feel like celebrating when walking in here. This restaurant/grocery store is selling and serving Latin American

  • Since 1997, Magic Oven has been giving Torontonians the best-tasting pizza that is also the best for them and whatever their diet may be. Before every restaurant had an obligatory vegan option, gluten-free substitute or paid particular attention to anyone other than omnivores, Magic Oven was making everyone’s favourite dish (pizza) with all the accommodations,

  • McEwan’s gourmet grocery truly has it all. This Yorkville spot takes up its building’s entire concourse level with a sushi bar, Fabbrica Pizza outpost, rotisserie station, on-site butcher, all-day café, rows of groceries and more. Clearly it needs all that room. Pioneered my Mark McEwan of his namesake group, this spot is revolutionizing the game

  • Brockton village’s Miss Pippa’s is not to be missed. In fact, you could spend an entire afternoon there and not notice the time go by. This queer-owned business is a retail lounge concept that is one part wine bar and one part locally made gifts shop and one part floral arrangement locale. The space is

  • After 35 years in the butcher biz, Olliffe knows what it’s doing. Owners Sam and Ben Gundy oversee Summerhill’s purveyor of top-notch meats, while head butcher Erica Jamieson — recently the subject of a Maclean’s piece — helps run the team of butchers. A complete reno three years ago freed up more space for the wide selection of meat, which includes Ontario elk, Quebecois Cornish hen and Australia Wagyu beef.

  • “Everything you never knew you needed” is this restaurant’s slogan, and with good reason. The takeout menu at Pepper’s Food and Drink is stacked with comfort foods that can make even the most stressful days better, like loaded chili cheese fries, spaghetti with fried chicken and rice, and a garden salad with buttermilk ranch and

  • The slabs of jamón serrano hanging in the window are the first clue as to Pimentón’s offerings. José Arato’s uptown space is part grocery store and part take-out joint, with a dash of cooking school on the side; the essence of Spain links everything together. Fire-engine-red and lime green walls set off rows of high-end products (think homemade strawberry jam and wedges of goat cheese), while salads and sides greet visitors from the countertop display.

  • As the city’s leading high-end grocery store, Pusateri’s has an eye for fine foods. Open since 1963, this gourmet grocer has the best collection of fresh and artisanal imported products, as well as the best from local butchers and farmers globally and across Ontario. Pusateri’s has made its mark on the city with three upscale

  • Three years after setting up camp in the city’s most lively market, Sanagan’s Meat Locker has flown the nest and moved a hop, skip and a jump away from its original — but tiny — home. Following much praise from the city’s carnivores, owner Peter Sanagan felt that branching out was the next step. “Honestly,

  • Named after a popular Italian music festival, SanRemo Bakery what it means to be a family business. Natale Bozzo first purchased the bakery with his brothers after moving to Toronto from Italy before passing it down to his three sons years later. And in the 50 plus years they’ve been in business, SanRemo has only

  • Find the finest cuts of meat, luxurious burgers, lobster rolls and Terroni’s iconic pizza and pasta all under the umbrellas at Stock Bar. At the corner of Yonge and Montgomery, Cosimo Mamolitti (Terroni) and Stephen Alexander (Cumbrae’s) have created a European-style street-level patio and an outdoor rooftop dining area that pair their personalities, backgrounds and

  • Deep in the heart of Rosedale, Summerhill Market has been the neighbourhood’s favourite boutique grocery store since 1954. Specializing in very high-quality products and ingredients, this grocery store is where you can find homemade artisanal goods like cookies, breads, energy balls, salads and the crispiest, most crunchiest chips of your life. In addition, Summerhill carries

  • Buying healthy meat that was raised humanely should be easier and more accessible. This problem is the solution to which the Healthy Butcher is the answer. The meat only comes from animals that were raised humanely and fed a diet of real food that is natural to their diet without the injection of drugs. True