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  • Whether you’re looking for sweet, savoury or a something in between, Uncle Betty’s Diner is the place to go when looking for a hearty midtown meal. The vibrant diner sits on the corner of Yonge Street and Albertus Avenue and is unmissable with its sky-blue painted storefront. The orange interior matched with diner furniture and

  • From the people that brought Toronto the somewhat controversial Poop Cafe, comes the city’s first unicorn-themed restaurant. The Unicorn Cafe is serving up some pretty magical dishes and whimsical beverages at Bloor and Bathurst. The full-fledged dinner and lunch menu features dishes like the Unicorn Bento Box, ginormous french fries and magic flying noodles. The

  • It’s hard to find a Torontonian who hasn’t dined out on Ossington. The west end stretch, laden with restos and bars and bars masquerading as restos, is an easy destination for a nuit on the town. But back in 2009, when Union hopped onto the scene, the strip was far less trodden. Thanks to its

  • Union Social Eatery has been expanding all over the GTA. Created as a gathering place for Torontonians to eat, drink and be merry, Union Social has everything you need for an afternoon, evening or even morning pick-me-up. The menu features modern Canadian classics made with fresh and delicious ingredients. Broken down into several cutely named

  • St. Lawrence Market’s Uno Mustachio serves famous Italian sandwiches. Options include favourites like chicken parmigiana, meatball and veal parmigiana with eggplant. All sandwiches are served on a fresh kaiser bun with mustachio’s signature tomato sauce and your choice of toppings. A variety of pastas and salads are also available. Wash everything down with some Brio

  • 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

  • W Burger Bar offers up killer burgers and sides, sure, but when you order the kids a round of shakes, make sure to request a Chocolate Gorilla Monkey for yourself: Kahlúa, white crème de cacao, crème debanane, Navan liqueur and chocolate ice cream. This really ain’t Arthur Fonzarelli’s malt shop. Right at the Yonge and

  • Wahlburgers, the famed burger restaurant founded by brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg, has made its mark on the Toronto restaurant scene. Wahlburgers is a casual spot to grab a beer and burger before heading to the game. The restaurant has casual bar and table service and serves up standard burger shop fare including freshly

  • What a Bagel is way more than just bagels. This iconic bakery chain has been serving and catering for Torontonians for over 20 years. Every location makes its own bagels in-house, and their large size is what has made them so recognizable. Besides the various schmears to serve with the bagels, What a Bagel is

  • Kimberly Hannam and Ryan Getner started selling their peameal bacon sandwiches at farmer’s markets across Toronto over 4 years ago – Sorauren, Downsview, Annex and Leslieville, to name a few – but now the pork has come to rest, quite literally, at their first permanent location in the Junction, aptly named, When The Pig Came Home.

  • Combining a respect for local provenance with greasy spoon ambitions, the White Lily Diner has been breakfast, lunch, and classic diner fare from its humble Riverside abode since 2016. Back in the summer of 2021, owners Ben Denham and Ashley Lloyd purchased a 40-acre working farm in Uxbridge, Ont. and, ever since, a great deal

  • Seeing a squirrel in Trinity Bellwoods Park is surely something to yawn at, but wouldn’t you be intrigued if you saw a white one? In the same way that there are many coffee shops along Queen Street West, the White Squirrel Coffee Shop is worth your time and attention. Firstly, all of the coffee and

  • Windfields is one of the friendliest, family-focused eateries in the York Mills and Leslie area. It features a massive menu with all the comfort food classics done up right. Standouts include a classic triple-decker clubhouse sandwich with genuine turkey breast as well as an authentic open-faced hot sandwich of the beef or turkey variety. Windfields

  • This neighbourhood joint is the perfect spot for a casual night out with friends. Wise Bar in Dufferin Grove is a cute nighttime spot for people looking for a list of good craft brews and snacks. This bar has a lacklustre interior that leaves room for Wise Bar’s clientele to provide the real atmosphere. When

  • One of the last of its kind, Wolfie’s Deli is slicing up fresh smoked meat every day. This classic Jewish delicatessen was opened by David Gelberman and his wife in 1975. Importing all his brisket from Montreal, which Gelberman swears is more moist than the meat you can get here in Toronto, he slices it

  • After studying in France, pastry chef Gemma Steckel worked in some of the most popular restaurants in Europe and Toronto. Now, she’s serving up a modern twist on classic French desserts at XO Bisous. This charming café has a breakfast and lunch menu with salads and sandwiches made fresh daily with quality ingredients. Located in

  • Only in the 21st century do such things as plant-based butchers exist. Yam Chops is the resident one in Little Italy, and its motto is “grown not raised,” which just about sums up the difference in the food. Stop in and sit down for a meal, do some grocery shopping or take a to-go lunch.

  • An authentic Jewish deli with respect for tradition, Zelden’s is taking pastrami tips from its families matriarch and former owner of Zely’s Deli. As one of the newcomers to the city’s midtown deli scene, Zelden’s is not looking to step on any toes. It want to share its bubby’s spicy and delicious pastrami recipe with