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  • Looking to indulge in your 1920s fantasy? Well the Windsor Arms Hotel Gatsby and Piano Bar is the place to do it. Sit back and relax while sipping on a glass of champagne or one of the signature cocktails, as the house pianist plays Prohibition era tunes. With Gatsby and Piano Bar’s prix fix menu,

  • As seen in a Shawn Mendes music video, a Daniel Radcliffe film and a few others, the George Street Diner stakes its claim as one of Toronto’s most recognizable, while also maintaining the nostalgia feel customers expect in a diner. This local hangout on a great corner location feels like a real old-fashioned diner where

  • Downtown Markham is getting pretty fishy with Good Catch Boil House. Toronto restaurateur Patrick McMurray is responsible for bringing one of the first raw seafood bars to the area in addition to the freshest daily seafood catches that are served. Good Catch Boil House is not serving up just your average seafood favourites, though its

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    Operating for more than 40 years, Hemingway’s Restaurant and Bar is home to one of Toronto’s most popular rooftop patios. The heated and covered area lets diners enjoy the fresh air all year round. Though the owners are New Zealand natives and the restaurant specializes in pub food, whether you’re looking for pad thai, pizza,

  • Hooky’s Fish and Chips was started by a love of Toronto and a love of good food, often not mutually exclusive; however, the dudes were aiming for a specific nostalgia. The founders’ after-school favourite and culinary staple of our British colonial overlords, fish and chips, havs been the foundational menu item for Hooky’s, and it

  • Now that summer’s halfway over (sigh), it’s time to take advantage of the outdoors more than ever. A quick ferry ride from the mainland, Ward’s Island is home to the Island Cafe, a charming family-run eatery that got its start years ago as a concession stand. Now a veritable resto, the joint is a hotbed of activity, with islanders and visitors alike chowing down in a pretty garden setting.

  • 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

  • There may be no White Castles outside of the United States, but Toronto’s King’s Drive-In bears an uncanny resemblance. Once inside, though, the blue, orange and white colour scheme is traded in for kitschy, nostalgic decor, like custom-made tabletops with the King’s Drive-In logo and vintage Coca-Cola ads. The menu is typical of a fast-food

  • Big Rock, Canada’s largest independent craft brewery has teamed up with Oliver & Bonacini, one of Toronto’s best-known restaurant groups to open Liberty Commons in the downtown Liberty Village neighbourhood.

  • A Liberty Village favourite, Local Public Eatery remains one of the neighbourhood’s best kept secrets. The people behind Local are passionate about making delicious meals from the best ingredients and having diners pair it with one of the many rotating craft beer options. The menu covers the greatest hits of the gastropub genre: potato and

  • Brew house and gastropub, Louis Cifer is the Danforth’s all-in-one eatery. Opened by the team behind Cabbagetown’s, Stout Irish Pub, Louis Cifer is your one-stop shop for good grub and even better brews. This local craft brewery is whipping up some wicked pub fare along with some upscale pub food that’s way beyond your classic

  • Love Chix loves its customers and its chickens probably the same amount. Hailed as one of Toronto’s best chicken restaurants — find the bird in a sandwich or a salad, atop poutine or holding its own on a plate — the only chickens used are locally sourced and have been raised free of antibiotics and

  • 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

  • It’s three days after the opening of Morgans, the new gastropub that’s taken over the old Taps and Tales spot at Danforth and Greenwood, and sleep-deprived chef Anne Sorrenti is glowing. She says she wants to watch us try the polenta appetizer ($9), which is crispy on the outside, soft on the inside and sitting

  • The Oliver & Bonacini empire’s Café Grill is wrapped around the corner of Yonge and Front Streets. The giant outdoor space is fit for a soiree of sorts, with an outdoor bar and seating for about 150 people. The menu here is similar to its other establishments in that it features globally inspired dishes with

  • Though a product of trial and error, the menu at Off the Hook, the Danforth’s newest fish fry joint, aims to impress the most diehard a-fish-ionados. Prior to its grand opening earlier this month, 22-year-old — and first time restaurant owner — Steven Karataglidis spent days in a test kitchen mixing together what he calls his “all-time favourite flavours.”

  • Olde Yorke Fish and Chips has been serving its namesake’s classic British pub food to Torontonians for over 20 years. Step inside and instantly be transported to an old(e) school British pub complete with a traditional island bar full of domestic beer options, dark wood finishings and red vinyl booths. Long lines are a staple

  • “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

  • 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

  • 103466This cheerful Thornhill restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but it’s best known for its hearty breakfast and brunch. An open kitchen and warm wood walls give the restaurant a relaxed, welcoming ambiance. The dishes at Ramona’s Kitchen are as homey as the vibes, with the brunch menu featuring a line-up of comforting classics like