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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

  • 9 Bars

    This little St Clair coffee shop has got huge B.D.E. Tucked behind a small storefront, this coffee and sandwich shop compensates for its puny space with some wicked sammies and a fantastic cup of joe. The wine-coloured walls with the 9 Bars decal painted on them make this room cosy and welcoming, which is perfect

  • black camel- chicken sandwich

    A sandwich shop doesn’t get to be a Rosedale institution by doing anything less than great work. The Black Camel’s brisket sandwich is the sparks that fly when bubby meets Texas barbecue. The meat has been roasted so long and slow that it melts in your mouth. Its tomato-based sauce is just sweet enough to

  • Brock Sandwich

    For sandwich enthusiasts, Brock Sandwich is a must. Bloordale’s new hit shop, which seats but a handful of people, hasn’t been open long, but it has already made quite a name for itself. The signature offering is the buttermilk chicken sammy — a veritable beast — but otherwise, the rotating menu keeps patrons coming back for more.

  • 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

  • Earlscourt BBQ

    Thoughtfully sourced and cooked to perfection, Earlscourt BBQ is cooking up some superb southern barbecue in Toronto’s Corso Italia. Created by Pork Ninjas, this barbecue joint is the perfect place for a gathering of hungry friends ready to sit down and share some grub. The interior, which is painted red and covered in flames screams

  • “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

  • Egg Bae

    Satisfy your breakfast sandwich craving at Kensington’s own Egg Bae. Aptly named Eggs Before All Else, this Kensington breakfast joint is serving up perfectly crafted sandwiches with premium ingredients all day long. From the house-made brioche buns to free-run eggs and in-house prepared meats, Egg Bae is serious about good breakfast. Try the “Bae-sic” the

  • eggstatic-brunch

    The name says it all: Eggstatic is all about serving breakfast and brunch dishes to brighten your morning. Many of the dishes at this inviting Bayview restaurant have a Middle Eastern twist: Think savoury beef shakshuka waffles or scotch eggs filled with kafta beef. A wall decorated with frying pans and a sunny front window

  • El Furniture Warehouse

    “It’s not exactly like a dive bar, but it's got that kind of dive bar aesthetic,” says Sean Young, one of the owners of the upcoming El Furniture Warehouse restaurant opening on July 1 in the Annex at Bloor and Bathurst. “It’s just a really fun environment, the music is great, all rock and punk and hip hop, and all the items on the menu are $4.95 — pastas, burgers, quesadillas, desserts, everything is $4.95.”

  • elm-street-deli

    The Elm Street Italian Deli is unlike any other sandwich shop in the city. They are pumping out Italian cold cut sandwiches all day every day, and that’s about it. Opened by the team behind Cherry Street Bar-B-Que, all the meats here are prepared at the central kitchen location. Find two-handers like the Sergio Leone

  • There’s nothing quite like the delicious taste of a moist and mouth-watering loaf of sourdough bread, and that’s exactly what Emmer is best known for. Before the opening of the bakery, dentist-by-day owner Phillip Haddad was testing out his recipes for years, offering test tastes to anyone who stopped by. Now, though the bakery may

  • Euro Pasta

    Originally from Albania, Besnik and Dhurata Gjunkshi opened up the Junction’s Euro Pasta back in 2009. The long and narrow shop offers up homey foods that showcase family recipes passed down through generations. Popular eats include the daily soup, the stuffed cabbage rolls and the baklava, made from a secret honey-free recipe that results in

  • Evviva Breakfast & Lunch

    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

  • Fabbrica (PATH)

    Slow food served quickly is the motto for Mark McEwan’s newest Fabbrica location housed in the PATH. The highest quality produce McEwan can get his hands on is treated by chef Justin Graham with the same traditional Italian cooking techniques used at the two other Fabbrica locations, which ensures their ingredients shine. The  menu is

  • Fabbrica (Thornbury)

    Toronto clearly can’t contain all McEwan has to offer: the third iteration of Fabbrica has set up shop in the quaint downtown area of Thornbury, Ont., located just two hours’ drive north of the city, or 30-odd minutes away from the Blue Mountain Village, where chef Derek VanMeggelen delivers the top-notch, rustic Italian eats diners

  • Golosita

    Owner Davide Napoli has crafted a small menu featuring everything you’d want from a meal as close as you’ll get to what Nonna makes. Golista’s menu includes a pasta dish or two and focuses on perfect Italian sandwiches. You’ll find meatball (Polpette), Italian sausage (Salsiccia), and plenty of other options that include homemade sauces and prime meats.

  • Grandma Loves You

    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

  • The “ill” in Illstyl3 Sammies stands for the classic Philly steaks served up beneath the street-art mural that pays a tribute to the city.  The downtown takeout restaurant uses 100 per cent Halal meat and an in-house blend of “illspice and herb mix,” to put an original take on these cheesesteak sandwiches. The menu provides

  • Kitson & Co

    What owner Kitson Vincent has to say about his casual resto Kitson & Co is that it is gastro therapy in the form of sandwiches. Sandwiches this good and original are hard to find elsewhere in the city. Kitson is a professionally trained chef who, from Florence to Toronto, has unlocked a world of flavours