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  • Focusing on using the whole animal, Beast is advocating for sustainably grown and sourced meat and cooking it to perfection. Chef Scott Vivian’s homey little spot on the corner of Tecumseth Street and Whitaker Avenue is trying to educate as much as feed the community. He wants to inspire more Torontonians to use the parts

  • The newest sibling in the growing Oliver & Bonacini family opened yesterday. Beaumont Kitchen matches restaurant with retail at its location inside the brand new Saks Fifth Avenue in Sherway Gardens.

  • Like many residents living near Bayview and Sheppard, I’ve been keeping a close eye on Beauty Barbecue and Smokehouse. Over the last month or so, when walking across the parking lot at Bayview Village Shopping Centre, I’d occasionally catch a whiff of something smokey and delicious and I’d hope that the opening date would be

  • As a part of the Oliver & Bonacini group of restaurants, this Bayview Village eatery serves up a tasty range of Detroit-style pizza, fried chicken, burgers and BBQ, along with daily smokehouse specials.  It’s like taking a trip to the Motor City without the hours-long drive (or crossing the border), because there’s no shortage of

  • These days King Street West is a bit of a scene. From the transit-only streets, to the exclusive rooftop pools and elitist bars and restaurants, it’s getting harder to find a place where you can just relax. Whereas this might be true of Belfast Love on Friday nights, when the bar is filled to capacity

  • Sister restaurant to the popular beer hall Bar Volo, this Little Italy hideout is the perfect place to have a beer and a bite. Birreria Volo is a rustic, Italian-style bar focusing on its constantly rotating list of wild ales, natural wine, ciders and snacks. The hideaway feeling is brought on by the historical alley

  • Bistro on Avenue has been a local favourite for some 40 years. Louis Nemes, the owner is Toronto’s Lord of the Wings, having founded The Chick’N Deli as well as the first St. Louis Bar and Grill. So it comes as no surprise that the wings and ribs are the star here. The wingers here

  • A couple blocks south of the Little Italy main drag on College Street lies this tiny, old-school, bare-bones pizzeria. It’s unlikely to remind you of dinners at your nonna’s house, unless your nonna served cheap pizza slices on paper plates and her dining room consisted of a few plastic tables and some orange plastic chairs,

  • We don’t know what we love more, the pizza or the branding. Part of the Food Dudes empire, chef Matt Blondin is cranking out pies with a lot of personality. Pizza purists that adhere to a certain style like Neopolitan can look elsewhere, but the fermented dough here is worth the visit. Pizzas here fall

  • Boccone Deli and Pizza Bar looks to bring a traditional European deli experience to Toronto. They offer a selection of fresh made focaccia sandwiches, pizzas, rotating pasta and dinner specials and a salad bar. Patrons can eat-in, take-out or take advantage of their catering service and have the food brought directly to you.

  • Toronto downtown favourite, Buca, has set up shop a little bit further north in the Yorkville Four Seasons Hotel with Buca Osteria & Bar. The concept for the menu is still very much rooted in the Italian tradition but made with Canadian ingredients, thus the menu changes somewhat often depending on the seasonality of ingredients.

  • You’ll be hard-pressed to find a foodie in this town that hasn’t heard of Rob Gentile. It’s safe to say that the chef-restaurateur is one busy guy, palling around with Jamie Oliver, plotting foodie retreats in Umbria and heading up a food company in addition to holding exec chef duties at a handful of restos.

  • Chances are, those who have been to Israel (birthright, anyone?) are familiar with Cafe Landwer. The popular Israeli café, which got its start back in 1919, finally opened its very first Canadian outpost in Vaughan earlier this year.

  • Cantina Mercatto is the newest addition to the Mercatto family of restaurants (Taverna, Locale, Trattoria and College) that started some 20 years ago on Toronto Street. Close to both the St. Lawrence Market and the Financial District, the new space is meant to be a one-stop shop for lunch meetings, special occasions as well as

  • Carlo’s Bakery in Yorkville is your express stop for Buddy’s irresistible treats  from decadent cakes to irresistible cannoli and lobster tails. The menu also features seasonal delights like delicious pumpkin pie. Rest assured, everything is baked fresh and delivered daily from their Mississauga location.

  • Casa La Palma is a 1,400 square foot lounge perched on top of its sister restaurant, Dundas West favourite La Palma. It’s a physical extension of the downstairs, but there’s a notable difference: its inspiration is not free-wheeling Venice Beach, but stylish Palm Springs. It’s co-owned by the same team as La Palma — culinary

  • Chef Robert Rubino is taking his skills from Italy to Etobicoke at Cellar Door Restaurant. Classically trained at Il San Domenico restaurant in Italy, Rubino learned to make handmade pasta and pizza dough like a true pizzaiolo. Cellar Door is a Canadian-Italian restaurant that is making some of the best and freshest Italian fare in

  • When in Rome… eat pizza. When in Toronto… eat Ciao Roma! This Woodbridge pizza joint follows authentic Roman styles by serving up al taglio pizza—a pizza with stretched dough that’s shaped to defy the triangular expectations of the meal. For authentic dough, all ingredients are flown in directly from Italy. Then, it’s put through a

  • King Street West is home to many massive restaurants that feature a corporate flare more than rustic kitchen, but at Cibo Wine Bar we may have found a happy medium. This industrial restaurant can seat over 200 people on a busy evening, but the staff and the welcoming atmosphere manage to make us feel right