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  • With over 20 years of experience, Chef Kareema is not new to Toronto’s restaurant scene. She uses Caribbean and North American flavours to put a unique taste on all her culinary creations. Alongside barbecue chicken, sautéed portobello mushrooms, and beef ribs, the menu at this Dundas Street restaurant include Caribbean classics like the oxtail and

  • Craving barbecue that you think you can only find south of the border? Think again. Cherry Street Bar-B-Que is serving up some drool-worthy smoked favourites right here in Toronto. Using a traditional smoking technique and only the best white oak, Cherry Street Bar-B-Que is not messing around when it comes to meat. Serving up all

  • Don’t feel like waiting for your meal? Why not head over to Chop Chop where the only thing better than the Chinese food is how fast it lands on your plate. Perched on the southwest corner of Dundas and Markham, this fast-food restaurant is making Chinese food healthy and quickly. The interior is clean and

  • AlterEgo, the restaurant group that brings together Craig Harding and Alexandra Hutchison, (Campagnolo) Jack and Domenic Scarangella, and Steven Christian (Mercatto) have opened their new Mediterranean restaurant, Constantine inside the new Anndore House hotel on Charles Street from the Silver Hotel Group (Novotel on the Esplanade, Radisson on the Lake, Pantages Hotel). The project has

  • Taps are pouring at the first Ontario location of CRAFT Beer Market. Originally from Calgary, the two-storey restaurant has set up shop at Yonge and Adelaide.

  • crown and dragon

    Crown & Dragon is a casual Yorkville sports bar known for making some of the best wings in the city. Wings come in over 20 bold flavours, ranging from a Japanese-influenced teriyaki sauce to the signature hot, peppery Dragon’s Breath marinade. Get them half price with the purchase of a beverage on Tuesdays and Thursdays

  • At fine dining restaurant Cynthia’s Chinese you’ll get more than you bargained for, with a full entertainment experience bringing you back to ancient China with mouth-watering cuisine, staff dressed in imperial robes and décor that will bring you back to the most celebrated age of the country. Find Cynthia’s in Oakville, Newmarket and Thornhill, each

  • Irrashaimase! Welcome! Donburi is an inventive Japanese restaurant in Markham that’s serving up a variety of donburi bowls along with other delicious eats inspired by Japanese cuisine. Donburi — the dish, not the place — is a common Japanese food consisting of fish, meat, vegetables or other ingredients simmered together and served over rice in

  • Satisfy your breakfast sandwich craving at Kensington’s own Egg Bae. Aptly named Eggs Before All Else, this Kensington breakfast joint is serving up perfectly crafted sandwiches with premium ingredients all day long. From the house-made brioche buns to free-run eggs and in-house prepared meats, Egg Bae is serious about good breakfast. Try the “Bae-sic” the

  • Riverside’s ēst offers beautifully plated tasting menus and artful cocktails in a refined space. Helmed by chef Sean MacDonald – the only Canadian chef to be recognized at the Top 300 Chef Awards in Milan, Italy, in 2018 – ēst has traditional and vegan versions of its tasting menus, which emphasize contemporary, locally sourced Canadian

  • It was only around two years ago when Anthony Rose, fresh off his stint as chef at The Drake Hotel, announced an ambitious — some would say crazy — plan to open three new restaurants in Toronto.

  • FOUNDER BAR has swiftly knit itself into the fabric of the Little Portugal bar scene. The bar team is comprised of some of Toronto’s biggest names, including co-owner Brad Gubbins, and Sandy De Almeida. A collaborative cocktail menu reaches far past the 100-libations mark, with the Flying Scotsman — a duo of scotches matched with

  • 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,

  • A trio of restaurateurs will be opening a new steakhouse, Harry’s Steak House, in Etobicoke, in tribute to two of Toronto’s classic meat-loving institutions. Arron Barberian and Pasquale Orgera came up in the legendary Barberian’s Steak House (a local landmark since it first opened in 1959) on Elm Street just north of the Eaton Centre

  • Barber shops that offer an array of accoutrements while you’re getting coiffed is all the rage these days, but Hastings Snack Bar isn’t quite that. Nearby Hastings Barber Shop owner Ania Garbos snatched up this spot and enlisted her mom as chef after its previous owner of 50+ years decided to retire. So a change

  • This old-style Chinese restaurant is known all over Toronto for its crispy pork and classic Hong Kong cuisine. Ho Ho BBQ is a Scarborough native that has been serving up some of the best crispy duck and pork for decades. This no muss, no fuss establishment looks pretty shabby from the outside. The entranceway marked

  • Opened in December on Dundas West, Imanishi is a new Japanese kitchen offering izakaya-style appetizers and teishoku, a traditional style of pre-set meal consisting of meat, rice, salad and soup.

  • The JOEY franchise has become somewhat of a Toronto staple over the last couple years. The slew of restaurants boasts a comfortable lounge atmosphere where high-end burgers and fries and overpriced edamame seem to reign supreme. The Shops at Don Mills location is the perfect spot for an afternoon drink on the massive upstairs patio

  • 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