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    On the 44th floor of the Bisha Hotel, you’ll find panoramic views of Toronto, along with some of the best Californian/Mexican cuisine outside of Baja state. As the northernmost state in Mexico and the southernmost point in California, Baja cuisine is the perfect blend of culture and flavour. At Kost, the Bisha Hotel’s newest restaurant,

  • Family-run La Mexicana is the place to go for authentic Mexican cuisine north of Eglinton. After moving here from Mexico city, the family started cooking up some super traditional offerings at La Mexicana, and they don’t plan on stopping. Open since 1988, the menu is a collection of real Mexican classics. The mini-empanadas are cute

  • Kensington Market always comes to mind when thinking of where to find a cluster of Latin-American eats. Latin Taste is a quaint bakery that peddles predominantly handhelds of the empanada, sandwich and tamal variety. On weekends only you’ll find a small menu of Peruvian dishes such as arroz con pollo and ceviche. On the sweet

  • Leña is the newest addition to the Oliver & Bonacini empire. For Anthony Walsh, the company’s corporate executive chef, this project is especially close to his heart. Leña is named after his Argentinian mother-in-law and pays homage to her country’s cuisine.

  • Library Bar is the upscale casual high-tea spot and bar located right on the first floor of the iconic Royal York hotel. Since its opening 90 years ago, the Royal York has been serving afternoon high tea, and Library Bar has deliciously carried on this tradition with eats like a mini key lime tart, smoked

  • Enter an unassuming small pink bodega and pass the shelves of Cup Noodles and shrimp chips to find your way into Mahjong Bar. Through a plastic curtain, you’ll find an illuminated entranceway, where a glowing light will lead you into grandeur. Mahjong Bar in its pink glowing haze is seriously stylish and always happening. The

  • Mariachi’s Restaurant serves uptown diners a taste of authentic Mexican food in a warm and homey environment. Mariachi’s first opened its doors in 1998 as Alejandra Hernandez’s first restaurant. Since then, very little has changed as Torontonians have fallen in love with its standard Mexican fare, like burritos, tacos and the crowd-pleasing fajitas, as well

  • Marked is a flashy new restaurant from Fourthspace Hospitality, the group behind Coffee Oysters Champagne and its now well-known secret bar à toi. Like COC and à toi, Marked is a stylish space with killer cocktails, a well-curated food menu, and a design that encourages diners to move through different parts of the space throughout

  • Sometimes, what you’re drinking is more important than the meal itself. That has never been the case more than at Melrose on Adelaide. Inside the dimly lit, romantic space is a group of bartenders that are waiting eagerly to wow you with cocktails. With a drinks list more extensive than the food list, you probably

  • In a location that opened as the York Mills Hotel in 1857, the Miller Tavern was originally designed as a roadhouse for travellers looking for a beer and a place to rest their horses. Now, it offers casual fine dining, featuring an oyster lounge and one of the city’s largest outdoor patios, as well as

  • Peruvian spot Mira opened in the King West area back in February, the latest ICONINK property.

  • “Mollusks for the masses” is the motto at this Queen West seafood restaurant. Oysters arrive regularly from both the east and west coasts, and are served raw or cooked as part of a menu that changes daily. Besides oysters, Oyster Boy also offers other shellfish as well as a selection of salads, steak frites, desserts

  • Kensington Market’s newest Mexican restaurant — Pancho y Emiliano — takes its name from two of Mexico’s most famous revolutionaries: Emiliano Zapata and Francisco “Pancho” Villa.

  • Pink Sky is an inviting seafood restaurant from Scale Hospitality, the group behind well-heeled spots like Lapinou, Toronto Beach Club and Shook. The restaurant takes over the King West home of Weslodge, another Scale Hospitality venture that’s set to reopen in a new location. Co-founder Hanif Harji says Pink Sky draws inspiration from the sea-to-fork

  • Playa Cabana used to be one of those hidden gems tucked away in a residential area where those “in the know” would go to chow down on tacos that delivered big on flavour.

  • Grant van Gameren has done it again. Reading as a visual response to the undulating Bar Raval down the street, Quetzal feels like a nautical cathedral where everyone worships flame. Much of the kitchen is devoted to the firepit, which runs down half the room and includes a traditional comal (the griddle used to cook

  • These days, Food Dudes Inc. is a booming business. The company caters around 1,000 events per year from its massive kitchen in Toronto’s east end, resulting in millions of dollars of revenue per year. So it may seem strange that the owners have spent the last eight months and nearly half a million dollars setting up a 50-seat restaurant near Harbord and Spadina.

  • Rodney’s Oyster House is the place to slurp down some shellfish and throw back a couple cold ones and has been since 1987. As Canada’s first oyster house, Rodney’s made an impression on the city of Toronto for its fresh seafood and Maritime hospitality. Rodney Clark, the owner of the Rodney’s Oyster House, was the

  • There has yet to be something that Grant van Gameren does that we’re not excited about, and Rosalinda is no exception. With the help of Pizzeria Libretto’s Jamie Cook and Max Rimaldi of Tennessee Tavern, van Gameren is most ambitious with this fully plant-based Mexican menu. In the heart of the financial district, Rosalinda’s fresh

  • STK Toronto is the first Canadian outpost of the swanky NYC-based micro chain operated by The ONE Group.