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  • This cheerful Leaside restaurant is known for its tasty, affordable lunches and brunches. With a bright, cozy interior decorated with citrus motifs, Sophie’s Kitchen is a welcoming spot for friends, couples, and families alike — owners Hayley Edwards and Robbie Sabato named it after their own daughter, Sophie. The menu offers a crowd-pleasing mix of

  • One of the oldest watering holes in the city, dating back to 1833 or 1838 (depending on whom you ask), the Black Bull has watched Queen Street grow up around it. Nowadays, its patio remains one the best places in the city to have a few beers and people watch on a summer day. The

  • Parkdale burger institution Harry’s Charbroiled has reopened as the Original’s Dining Lounge. After Harry’s was bought and then closed by Grant van Gameren, who still owns the name, former Harry’s server and now Original’s owner Penny Andru is bringing the grease-filled tradition back to the neighbourhood. Many of the old staff have returned, as have

  • We first heard about Yorkville’s The Oxley back in March, and the newly-opened venue — from co-owners Andrew Carter and Jamieson Kerr, the duo behind The Queen and Beaver Public House — is easily one of the coziest spaces in Yorkville. Simply put: “We wanted to offer the neighbourhood a pub,” says Carter, “where you

  • In 1971 this 85-seat Jewish deli opened on Leslie Street and aimed to serve high-quality deli offerings for affordable prices. Starting from humble beginnings the Pickle Barrel grew and converted from one small shop serving only the classics into a household name with a number of restaurants all over the GTA. Always busy, the Pickle

  • 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

  • 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