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  • Hogtown Smoke

    This southern-style barbecue joint is the stand-still brick and mortar restaurant of the beloved Toronto food truck Hogtown Smoke. Right near Church and Front, this restaurant is dripping with good ol’ smoky flavour. With rubs galore and every kind of smoked meat imaginable, Hogtown Smoke is where cave dwellers come to thrive. Chef Scott Fraser

  • Kansas King

    Looking for something saucy to sink your teeth into? Named for the source of its inspiration, Kansas King is home to fusion-style barbecue featuring an extensive menu of pork, chicken, beef, lamb, and seafood. The mouthwatering signature barbecue sauce has been in the works for years and is even sold in its own bottles due

  • Kintori Yakitori

    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

  • Leslieville Pumps General Store & Kitchen

    Stepping into Leslieville Pumps General Store & Kitchen is akin to setting foot inside a Kawartha cottage. With a duo of Adirondack chairs out front, countrified knickknacks peering down from shelves and gingham aplenty, this project from brothers Greg and Judson Flom is at once a convenience store, indie gas station and barbecue sandwich joint.

  • Little Piggy's

    From the communal table-cooked options to the bibimbob take on the rice, Little Piggy’s has the whole Korean BBQ experience covered for Annex residents and U of T students.

  • What began as a backyard hobby has grown into Little Italy’s destination for Southern smoked barbecue. Matt’s Smokehouse meets all smoked meat needs with wings, ribs, briskets and more, topped with a signature sauce blend. Unlike most barbecue joints, Matt’s wings are smoked rather than fried, making it a juicy and saucy pair for the

  • Meat & Pie Co.

    Meat & Pie Co. is bringing backyard barbecue to Toronto all year round. The concept was developed by chef and owner Sameer Vahidy who was inspired by smokehouses in the Southern USA and Toronto’s patio scene. With a non-alcoholic beverage program, a fully halal menu and pies better than your grandmother’s, it’s safe to say

  • Smoke Bar & Kitchen

    This Queen West restaurant from the team behind Hogtown Smoke brings a fresh approach to barbecue. You’ll find all the barbecue classics, from brisket to ribs, on the menu but without the traditional seasonings. Instead, chef Sean Simons draws on influences from Asian and Spanish cuisine to create dishes like chicken sliders with chimichurri and

  • Smoke Bar and Kitchen

    From the guys behind Hogtown Smoke comes Smoke Bar and Kitchen, a smoke-inspired contemporary comfort food joint on Queen West that’s breaking all the rules of barbecue. When you enter the space you’re immediately immersed in the world of Smoke. From the mural of the Great Fire of Toronto, to the sticker-covered walls and smoky

  • Smokeshow BBQ and Brew

    Occupying the space of the now-defunct live music venue Mount Pleasant Rose is the Smokeshow BBQ and Brew, which offers its own take on how great food, drink and rock ’n’ roll are supposed to be. The food features BBQ favourites like ribs, pulled pork and brisket, and there are many screens for you to watch

  • Smoque N' Bones

    The life of a pitmaster can be a complicated one. The lengthy list of concerns can include any or all of the following: marinades, brines, injections, rubs, wood, fire, sauces, smoke and of course, meat. Just about everything involved is time-consuming. But Alex Rad, owner and chef of the newly opened SmoQue N Bones, is keeping things simple.

  • Stack

    North Toronto is smokin’ these days, both literally and figuratively. In recent months, the area around Yonge and Lawrence has seen a slew of new restaurant openings, including Riz, The Burger’s Priest and now a 4,000 square-foot smokehouse called Stack. It’s been busy since it opened.

  • The BarBQ Factory

    This east end barbecue joint is all about that southern hospitality. The focus is on quality meat and making it the way it was meant to be eaten. After ordering from the small but quantified list of meals, you might have to wait a little while to receive your plate, but have no fear, as

  • At Stockyards, they only fire up the smoker Tuesday, Friday and Sunday, so ribs are on offer from 5 p.m. on those days. They sell out around 6:30 p.m., so call at 5 p.m., show up at 5:30 p.m. and take out dinner, because it’s no fun eating at the hectic counter. The ribs are

  • Triple A Bar

    Old Town Toronto may not be the first place one would expect to find Texas barbecue in the city, but Triple A Bar aims to switch things up a bit. Owners Racquel Youtzy and Tiz Pivetta have more than a few years of experience — and businesses — between them, and say that the evolving

  • 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.