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  • Walking through the doors of 1 Hotel, one might feel as though they’re in familiar territory. Located at the site of the former Thompson Hotel, 1 Hotel Toronto is the first Canadian property by 1 Hotels, a luxury hotel brand inspired by nature. The brand currently has properties scattered across North America, in major cities

  • Inspired by the café scenes in London and Paris, Café Plenty is a slice of Europe in the heart of Toronto. Owner Melissa Patterson’s charming spot aims to satiate lunchgoers’ craving for good, honest food, tempting the hungered with freshly made salads, tartes, galettes and sandwiches.

  • Inspired by Hawaiian breezes and the California sun, Calii Love is bringing brightly coloured, feel-good health food to Yorkville. Be it a poke bowl, smoothie bowl or salad bowl, this counter-serve eatery is inspiring everyone to eat a little cleaner, no matter what time of day it is or how much time you have. The

  • “Nabati” is an Arabic term meaning “made of plants” and represents the type of vegan food served at this Egyptian restaurant. All affordably priced and 100 per cent plant-based, the pitas, bowls, and desserts at Eat Nabati combine the flavours of the Middle East with the harvest of the North. At Eat Nabati, diners have

  • You’re supposed to fuel up for a workout and replenish calories after, so if shopping is a workout, then the Vaughan Mills location of Evviva Breakfast & Lunch is where to eat before and after. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere in a plushy seat and eat the food that is as good as you hoped it

  • Moira Nordholt, owner and founder of Feel Good Guru, wants to have the greenest business in Toronto. At her new Queen West store and restaurant, which specializes in a tantalizing tongue-twister of “hyper-local super-awesome organic plant-powered food,” this vegan virtuoso is on a mission to change people’s notions of what it means to eat healthy, one meal at a time.

  • FLOCK

    Flock from chef Cory Vitiello (Harbord Room, THR and Co.) opened its doors yesterday in the city’s Entertainment district. It joins the North America-wide trend to rotisserie chicken.

  • Starting as a stand-alone juice bar, Toronto’s first hot spot for stand-alone raw and cold pressed juices has become the city’s largest plant-based restaurant chain. Fresh on Eglinton is one of five locations from owners Ruth Tal, Barry Alper and Jennifer Huston. Starting as a juice company making small plant-based treats for an on-the-go crowd,

  • Fuel+ is a healthy food destination that specializes in juices, coffee but, most of all, smoothies. The smoothie menu boasts extensive 20 different flavour combinations, each packed with all the vitamins and nutrients needed for hours’ worth of productive energy. No smoothie has any gluten or added sweeteners and flavours and are served in jars

  • Greenhouse Juice Co. is one of Toronto’s original and favourite destinations for juices, smoothies and other plant-based food that tastes good and is good for you. The juices are made from cold pressed produce that is sustainably and ethically sourced and available in glass bottles because Greenhouse Juice Co. has a reuse and recycle program

  • Juice & Java café is just as much about its crepes and made-to-order sandwiches as it is about its coffee and smoothies. As one of the Beach’s most popular spots for fresh and healthy eats, along with good vibes and an always positive atmosphere, you can’t go wrong at Juice & Java. The menu has

  • Plant-based food served counter-order quick is the restaurant model that has been working out amazingly for Kupfert & Kim, and its diners. Fresh produce, in its whole form, arrives every morning for the staff to make their food, sauces, pickles and curries from scratch. Thus, the menu only features dishes that are good for humans,

  • Kupfert and Kim bills itself as a plant-based, full service restaurant making delicious, minimally processed food that is awesome for humans, animals and the planet. Fresh produce arrives each morning and is prepped on site with almost everything made in-house from scratch, including the sauces, pickles and curries.

  • Midtown has a new restaurant dishing up “soul food”. No, not the jerk chicken or stewed oxtail variety but “whole food for the soul.” A lawyer and sometime food blogger Sarah Huggins and her partner are behind the new Mary Be, located at Yonge and St. Clair.

  • Nosh & Go: what a concept, what a place. Find this spot, formerly known as Astarté Fresh Yogurt Bar, located underneath the Sunlife Building at the St. Andrew’s subway station. Nosh & Go is a yogurt bar that offers up the perfect breakfast or snack for commuters on the go. The menu is made up

  • At Parka Food Co. they’re making vegan take-away that’s so indulgent and delicious it’s hard to believe how healthy it is. With a mission to provide sustainable fast food, Parka is looking to leave a positive impact on the community, while still serving 100 per cent plant-based food. The menu, composed of five different styles

  • With several locations across the GTA, Revitasize is doing its best to ensure that everyone tries to eat and live just a little bit healthier. The menu goes beyond cold pressed juices, smoothies and smoothie bowls to offer several filling and nutritionally dense salads, rice bowls and wraps. With their background in nutrition, the founders

  • Meet one of Toronto’s most ideal salad bars. Salad Days, with multiple locations across Yorkville and downtown, is a simple, fast, uncomplicated, friendly and cheap wrap and salad destination. Create a healthy meal completely customized to your taste, but with so many options offered, they’ve listed their most popular pre-selected salads and wraps first, to

  • the Goods founder Lisa Labute realized that conscious eating was her passion after leaving her advertising job and doing a four-week intensive on raw food in Indonesia and then another one in Arizona. The food at The Goods is organic and crafted with functional and healing ingredients. The menu features a variety of smoothies, salads,

  • Michelle Genttner and Luis Martins may have come from opposite sides of the world, but they have one universal goal: zero food waste. The pair owns Unboxed Market, the zero waste food market in the Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood that encourages customers to shop sustainably for all their everyday essentials. The throwaway lifestyle has become rampant