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  • Sometimes all one wants to do is toss on a vintage fur and embrace a snazzy eve out. Louix Louis is here for those needs, high in the clouds on the 31st floor of the luxe new St. Regis hotel. A swirling mural resembling the bottom of a whiskey-filled rocks glass oversees the gilded space.

  • Maison Selby is the newest addition to the Oliver and Bonacini family of fine dining locales, and the project has reinvigorated the historic Gooderham House at Sherbourne and Bloor. You’ll be able to get a little bit of everything here, as the skillful world of French cuisine meets a devotion to serving the multifaceted desires

  • Never has a steakhouse, let alone a fine dining restaurant, been as sleek, modern, and cool as Marbl. Executive Chef Ryan Morrison is at the helm of the ship, guiding diners through an exceptional repertoire of cocktails, refined modern American food, and the gill à la carte options, all of which are made with sustainably

  • 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

  • Located on Dundas, Milou Cafe is a Parisian-influenced café-bistro. The changing menu consists of a rotating selection of sandwiches served up on bread from Toronto’s beloved Blackbird Baking Co., including a classic French ham sando with Dijon on a baguette. One step through the doors shows off the French inspiration of this corner-or-the-street bistro. Inside,

  • 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

  • At Oakwood Hardware, food and drink is a labour of love. Chef Anne Sorrenti, winner of Chopped Canada, aims to bring you a restaurant that pays respect to the history of Oakwood village and welcomes its vibrant future, a place that reflects the diversity of her family and the neighbourhood itself. Special attention is paid

  • “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

  • A modern bistro on the corner of Queen West and Peter Street, this multifaceted restaurant is dedicated to great wine, food and experiences. Peter Pan Bistro is best known for the wonderful in-between time where it’s too late for breakfast but you didn’t quite sleep in enough for it to be lunch. So, you settle

  • 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

  • The Fairmont Royal York’s new signature restaurant Reign is serving artful plates of French fare in a sophisticated setting. Reign was introduced as the more food-focused half of a two-part redesign meant to mark the historic landmark’s 90th anniversary this year. Its sister restaurant, Clockwork — which got its name from the massive 90th anniversary

  • The restaurant is located on the ground floor at 134 Peter St. in the QRC West building.

  • rosedale diner

    For more than four deacades, the Rosedale diner has been a staple in the community. Family owned-and operated since 1981, when husband-and-wife team Dubi and Esti Filar took over the space and injecting it with their passion for food and their unwavering commitment for fostering a sense of togetherness. The eatery has consistently earned accolades

  • School

    Located in Liberty Village, School Restaurant is where you want to rush to on a weekend morning, the name notwithstanding. Recognized as one of Toronto’s favourite brunch spots, School keeps people coming in year-round with its refreshed and cosy industrial interior in the winter and its patio during the summer. If you’re not in the

  • Hailing from the west end of Vancouver, Score Pub Group is inviting us into their world of excess at Score on King: serving up super boozy and colossal caesars, like the Checkmate, $60, that has everything on it but the kitchen sink (seriously, there’s an entire cornish hen on top), you’ll be sure to find

  • The only thing better than going to a bar to watch a Blue Jays game is when that bar literally overlooks the Rogers Centre with floor-to-ceiling windows. Located inside the Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel, Sportsnet Grill offers up exciting takes on traditional pub fare, like pulled pork mac and cheese, on a menu organized

  • The Commoner is a staple in Toronto’s Roncesvalles neighbourhood. The cosy and comfortable family spot is a home away from home for many of its regular patrons. The menu is stacked with Canadian classics, warming comfort foods and a ton of local craft brews. Try their colossal nachos, fried chicken sandwich, or some other pub

  • Since its opening, the Federal has become a well-known destination for the west end brunch crowd. Matching a homey interior with comforting grub, the eatery is the creation of friends Zach Slootsky, Duncan MacNeill, Joe Zabukovec and Adam Janes — most of whom still work other gigs on the side. At the Federal, they serve

  • The Lakeview Restaurant is one of Toronto’s most popular late-night spots, and of all the comfort foods on the menu — from 24-hour breakfast like eggs in a basket ($10) to classic diner fare like mac ‘n’ cheese ($12) — it’s probably the fresh-baked apple pie ($5.50) that is most satisfying at 3 a.m.

  • the rec room

    In a prime location across from the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium and the Rogers Centre, the Rec Room has 40,000 square feet of interactive games, restaurants and live entertainment. The Rec Room’s biggest draw is The Yard, a grown up mid-way featuring over 90 games.