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  • anejo

    Añejo brings passion for all things Mexican (especially tequila) to the King West entertainment district. Añejo is hidden below street level in an historic building at the corner of King and Portland. Mexican dishes made with local ingredients and authentic recipes serve as the perfect accompaniment to one of a seemingly endless selection of tequilas

  • The group behind Mahjong Bar brings Dundas West another immersive bar concept with Bar Mordecai. Those familiar with Mahjong Bar’s moody, retro vibes will recognize some familiar elements in the Bar Mordecai space, including low, glowy lighting and a design-forward theme. But with Bar Mordecai, co-owners Emily Blake, Joshua LeBlanc, Andrew Perry and Kyle Wong

  • The opportunity to own her own restaurant drove Nicki Laborie out of bed and back to the biz, with her newly open Bar Reyna. Though French by birth, Laborie didn’t want to compete with the swarm of high quality French restaurants in Yorkville, and sought to bring a new flavour to the neighbourhood.

  • 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

  • “Borrel” is a Dutch term for a casual meeting ground for friends to come together over food and drink, and Borrel on the Danforth is just that. Following in the footsteps of its namesake, this Dutch snack bar is the perfect place to meet over some bitterballen and a couple of steins. Reminiscent of a

  • Boxcar Social is a Toronto staple when it comes to cafes. This coffee shop by day, cocktail bar by night concept exists in four locations across the city. The Harbourfront location was built in partnership with Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre who took their concept to the next level by adding a well-crafted food menu and expanding

  • After being one of the pioneers who worked on building packet-switching networks, a.k.a the Internet, retirement for Ed Francis is filled with ice cream. Ed’s Real Scoop was founded after Ed Francis could not find any premium, homemade ice cream stores near his home. Now, Ed’s Real Scoop is a neighbourhood staple in the Beach,

  • 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

  • hanmoto

    Hanmoto is an ultra-cool Japanese snack bar tucked in an unmarked building just north of Dundas West. Leave diets at the door because the food here is indulgent izakaya fare at its best. Case in point are the restaurant’s legendary Dyno Wings: deep-fried chicken wings filled with spicy pork sausage. The shareable dishes are all

  • Hidden up and away from bustling Bloor Street West is Kintori Yakitori. This dimly lit restaurant is positioned atop one of the Kinka Family’s 10 Kinton Ramen locations in the GTA and is the first yakitori concept from the Japanese restaurant group. When you walk up the stairs you’re immediately met with aromas of charcoal

  • LoPan is DaiLo’s upstairs dim sum and cocktail bar. The Little Italy restaurant DaiLo became an overnight success in Toronto. Its predominantly Cantonese fare cooked with traditional French techniques, was idolized by critics and chefs from all over the country. LoPan, a smaller and more intimate space, is a snack bar made for an either

  • A joint venture between well-known Toronto sommelier Christopher Sealy, formerly of Union, and local business owner Giuseppe Anile (who, until recently, owned Marquee Video and is a former manager at Bar Italia), Midfield features a wide selection of wine by the glass or bottle. “The midfield soccer player often spends the most energy, is the

  • Bloorcourt’s Paradise Grapevine steps into the former home of Greek diner Menalon, and it comes to us courtesy of two Bar Volo vets. Christian Davis and Dave Everitt are pretty serious about their wine and beer offerings, with a carefully considered beverage menu that doesn’t care about labels (natural, organic, whatever) and absolutely does care

  • The team behind notable destinations like Pizza Wine Disco, Cibo Wine Bar and even Don Alfonso is back again, this time bringing yet another unique nightlife spot to the city. Paris Texas, takes over the former Arcane building on King West, serving up an elevated, upscale way to watch sports while promoting conversation and connection. It’s

  • A dive bar with a touch of class, Penny’s Bar is the perfect place for an afternoon of casual and recreational fun. Opened in 2014 in the Bloordale Village this joint is holding on to the days of casual bars where the beer is cheap and the food is filling. With small plates and crafted

  • Piquette is a bohemian neighbourhood spot in the Queen and Dovercourt village. Reminiscent of the 11th Rue in Paris, this rustic and relaxed wine bar is the perfect place to belly up to the bar and spend the afternoon sipping on some of the most unique wines and curated small plates in the city. This

  • Gerrard East has become a hot spot in the east end for new restaurants with up-and-coming chefs. Andy Wilson, executive chef of Pinkerton’s Snack Bar (an anchor on the strip) is now a first-time restaurateur with Poor Romeo, just across the street.

  • The Drake Hotel is one of the west end’s most popular spots, with a massive, trendy bar full of modern colours and classic cocktails. But, tucked away from the hustle and bustle sits a small lobby bar in the new Modern Wing, designed with a more intimate experience in mind. Old meets new, with historical

  • wheatsheaf

    On the southwest corner of King and Bathurst, stands The Wheatsheaf Tavern, a popular spot to hang out before a show or after a home game. Since 1849, the neighbourhood classic has been pumping out half-priced wings on Mondays and Sunday roasts which long-time patrons wash down with the tavern’s vast selection of beer. Along