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  • The café and cafeteria-style restaurant has become extremely popular for its guilt-free take-away and delicious Israeli-style breakfast. The hearty and homey shakshuka, which originated in Tunisia and means "mixture," is usually associated with a dish belonging to the Sephardic Jewish people.

  • Bar Volo was one of Toronto’s first craft beer bars and has made a name for itself among the city’s ale aficionados. Opened in 1985, this bar was once an Italian restaurant. After relocating and opening a sister location, this bar is considered a stalwart amongst Toronto’s beer-loving community. Located at Yonge and Wellesly, Bar

  • Carlo’s Bakery in Yorkville is your express stop for Buddy’s irresistible treats  from decadent cakes to irresistible cannoli and lobster tails. The menu also features seasonal delights like delicious pumpkin pie. Rest assured, everything is baked fresh and delivered daily from their Mississauga location.

  • 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

  • Perfectly blistered pizza crust, fresh tomato sauce and gooey mozza flagged with fresh basil? For only $10, three days a week? Somehow the Junction triangle has been gifted the dreamiest bodega there ever was. It’s the work of a former Terroni kid, David Mattachioni, who has taken his knowledge and run with it. There’s also

  • Over the last 20 years, brothers Robert and Gus Savonarota, have built a large and loyal following of diners, thanks to their menu of classic Italian fare, including pizza, panini and pasta dishes, like fettuccine Siciliana and orecchiette aromantica. Customer favourite pies included the pizza campagnola topped with smoked mozzarella cheese, potato, crumbled sausage, caramelized

  • Napoli Centrale knows good Italian food. With classic Neapolitan-style cuisine, this southern Italian restaurant takes it cues from the trattorias of Italy and serves only the freshest and best quality fare. With a traditional menu, featuring everything from wood-fired pizzas to homemade pastas, this place feels a lot like nonna’s kitchen. The atmosphere here is

  • Nino D’Aversa started out as a bakery but one glance and you’ll know it’s so much more. Apart from its specialty breads and baked goods, you’ll also find a delicious spread of pasta, pizza and gelato at this Italian trattoria. It’s a place where you can enjoy an espresso and a treat or bring the

  • At Phipps Bakery they care about their customers and it shows. By making sure it’s using good, honest and homemade products, Phipps hopes to spread the love a little every day. The Eglinton Avenue West bakery is an establishment that has been serving up amazing baked goods prepared fresh daily by a dedicated team of

  • Phipps Desserts (not to be confused with Phipps Bakery Café on Eglinton Avenue W) has been a staple of the dessert scene in Toronto for decades now. Originally established in Cabbagetown, it mostly sells its treats as a wholesale retailer, but also has a location for the average customer. You can head to Phipps’s North

  • Pizzeria Via Mercanti has gotten some big praise over the last couple years for its good pizza and Italian eats. Originally on Augusta Avenue in Kensington, this pizzeria now has five locations all over the GTA. Opened in 2012, this Romano pizzaiolo is committed to serving truly authentic Neopolitan-style pizza. The menu is full of

  • If you head down to Kensington Market and walk by Rasta Pasta, there’s a good chance you’ll see co-owner Magnus Patterson making jerk chicken outside — using a black oil drum barbecue that reminds you of street-side vendors in the Caribbean.

  • The family-owned and -operated purveyors of Sicilian eats Scaccia, has set up shop in the Union Station food court, giving their Yorkdale location a sorella (sister). This new location has transformed the menu classics to be more on-the-go friendly, with everything still being made fresh in-house. Scaccia has expanded its salad options and has many

  • Spaccio is Terroni‘s central kitchen, an artisanal hub, eatery and storefront all in one. This massive, industrial space in Corktown has been a dream of owner Cosimo Mammoliti’s for over five years. With ten businesses, including their wine agency Cavinona and their online store La Bottega di Terroni, this restaurant group has become a household

  • Sud Forno, from the team behind iconic Italian stalwart Terroni’s, is a bakery, pizza joint and sandwich shop all rolled into one. Upon entering you’ll be greeted with a glass display chock full of goods. A row of Italian sweets from cannoli, zeppola (donuts) and tiramisu await along with a short list of salads. You’ll

  • Extreme Brandz — the company responsible for Extreme Pita, Mucho Burrito and Purblendz — has opened a new Italian street food restaurant in North York called Via Cibo. It’s a middle ground between sit-down dining and fast-food, which means casual service (orders are placed at a counter) and fare that goes beyond typical fast food.

  • Owner and founder Mike Mannara brings classic Italian flavour to Vaughan. Vicentina Meats features a butcher’s counter offering a wide selection of high quality meats as well as a panino and espresso bar offering sandwiches for both dine-in and take-out. They also stock a selection of imported Italian foods, from cured meats to cheeses, oils

  • XO Gelato wants you to give your mother a big kiss. Situated in the heart of the Davisville village, this dessert destination is a family-run community staple that hand makes its own gelato and sorbets. XO also offers up crepes and panini as the main meal that is often known to precede the dessert. To

  • Zaza Espresso Bar’s location at 132 Cumberland St. has become a staple of Yorkville Village. The original founders, Carmine and Nancy, uphold Zaza’s roots to south Italian tradition, family and the belief that making the perfect espresso is an art form unto its own. The food options available, mostly baked goods, gelato and panini, are