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  • Buddy’s New York Bagels is a Brooklyn-style bakery and café. The award-winning bakery offers over 30 varieties of bagels that are freshly baked and kettle-boiled to tasty perfection. They might be known for the bagels in their name, but also available on the breakfast and lunch menu are bialys, sandwiches, wraps, salads, and pasta. Buddy’s

  • North York restaurant Burgers Park draws inspiration from US burger joints like Shake Shack for its classic smash burgers. Meats are locally-raised and halal, plus free of hormones and antibiotics. Their namesake Park Burger features an Angus beef smash patty served on a sesame brioche with sauteed onions and American cheese. Other menu items include

  • Chungchun Rice Dog

    This popular Korean snack chain has over 300 locations around the world. Chungchun Rice Dog specializes in snacks on a skewer, featuring various kinds of hot dogs and mozzarella sticks coated in a deep-fried rice flour batter that made fresh daily through a 2-hour fermentation process. The batter gives the snacks a chewy, fluffy interior

  • Right off of Queen Street East lies Completo, a cosy South American sandwich and snack shop. Completo is complete with a lot of outdoor seating in the front, tables and picnic benches both included. The menu is simple and to the point: some sandwiches, some meal boxes, some fries with add-ons available. One menu favourite

  • With the likes of burgers and poutine getting the gourmet treatment these days, hot dogs aren’t about to be left in the dust. Fusia Dog brought its new take on the hot dog to the entertainment district last year, and now Fancy Franks has joined the fray, having just opened on College Street, just a few steps north of Kensington Market.

  • Gale’s Snack Bar has been a Leslieville staple for over 40 years. Step inside and feel the history with vintage posters decorating the walls, old school appliances still working just fine and brightly coloured, hand-painted menu boards. The cuisine is traditional diner fare, like the type you see in old movies: sardine sandwiches, roast beef

  • This retro diner is spreading good vibes all day long with saucy burgers on the beach. Located at Woodbine Beach, GG’s Burgers is inspired by the psychedelic era of peace and love. Between burgers, chicken, hotdogs, milkshakes, and sweet treats, customers are sure to find something delicious to enjoy during a relaxing day in the

  • Since 1964, the Doria family has been flipping some of Thornhill’s best charbroiled burgers at Golden Star. The yellow star sign extends high into the air, signalling burger lovers from far and wide that the Star is near. Since Frank Doria and his family opened up the place in the ’60s, not much has changed.

  • Good Bite Restaurant remains one of Toronto’s oldest diners, with its greasy spoon roots going all the way back to 1969. The restaurant’s classic design sticks out among the upscale Yonge and Eglinton storefronts – in a good way! Step inside for the friendly atmosphere and breakfast and lunch items that will definitely hit the

  • This cute takeout counter run by husband-and-wife team Sarah and Artin Davoodi, who moved to Toronto from Cologne in 2018, specializes in sandwiches and hot dogs. Their creative hot dogs feature toppings inspired by different nationalities, such as the French, which sees a classic grilled hot dog paired with brie cheese and jam and served

  • Happy Burger delivers on its promise of “serving up fresh smash burgers and dogs — the happy way” from its no-frills Little Italy restaurant. The joint specializes in cooked-to-order smash burgers, which are served on toasted Martin’s potato rolls loaded with their signature Happy Sauce. Aside from its staple Happy Burger, the restaurant offers various

  • You won’t find too many food trucks hanging around during the cold Canadian winters, but Home Appliances Food Co. is one that isn’t going anywhere, no matter the time of year. This family-run food truck offers affordable burgers and donuts made from high-quality ingredients and meats sourced from local shops. But this is way more

  • There may be no White Castles outside of the United States, but Toronto’s King’s Drive-In bears an uncanny resemblance. Once inside, though, the blue, orange and white colour scheme is traded in for kitschy, nostalgic decor, like custom-made tabletops with the King’s Drive-In logo and vintage Coca-Cola ads. The menu is typical of a fast-food

  • Toronto used to have terrible burgers: overcooked hockey pucks on too-big, too-tough buns. But over the last decade, thanks to a renaissance led by the Burger’s Priest, you can now get good burgers all over town. Even in Kensington Market there are two more burger shops (the Burgernator, Top Gun Steak & Burger) within a

  • If you’re looking for a no-frills sports bar to casually sit in while watching the game, look no further than this Parkdale haunt. Apps like mushroom dingers and jalapeno poppers meet caesar salads, burgers and hot dogs, with a dessert twist. New Orleans beignets, made with peach puree and caramel, close out a relaxed menu

  • “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

  • real sports bar

    Located just beside Scotiabank Arena, Real Sports offers sports, entertainment and music fans two distinct spaces to choose from. The first is Arena, considered a sports haven to its legions of loyal fans and features the city’s largest screen, as well as a DJ booth and a massive 100-foot bar. Calling it the best place

  • This Thornhill burger and fried chicken joint is making waves amongst the kosher crowd. Sheli’s is another restaurant from the owners of Cafe Sheli and Bistro Grande in Thornhill, and their goal is to make the best burgers and fried chicken in the city. The ingredients are brought in fresh every day, and the meat

  • South St. Burger Co. is one of Toronto’s favourite burger chains for good reason. It makes sense as it only uses 100 per cent Angus beef patties, from cows that were raised free of added antibiotics and hormones for its burgers. Customers can pick from a menu of burgers that are made to order on

  • The only thing better than going to a bar to watch a Blue Jays game is when that bar literally overlooks the Rogers Centre with floor-to-ceiling windows. Located inside the Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel, Sportsnet Grill offers up exciting takes on traditional pub fare, like pulled pork mac and cheese, on a menu organized