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  • Sprezzatura Spaghetti Disco serves up fresh, handmade pasta with a side of Italian disco! Featuring pasta favourites including bucatini al amatriciana and cacio e pepe and hearty entrees including meatballs and chicken cacciatore, pair your dinner with a cocktail with an Italian twist (try the limoncello martini for a real kick) to start the night

  • Sud Forno, from the team behind iconic Italian stalwart Terroni’s, is a bakery, pizza joint and sandwich shop all rolled into one. Upon entering you’ll be greeted with a glass display chock full of goods. A row of Italian sweets from cannoli, zeppola (donuts) and tiramisu await along with a short list of salads. You’ll

  • Founded by good friends Cosimo Mammoliti and Paolo Scoppio after a summer spent in Puglia, Italy in the early nineties, Terroni now boasts locations throughout Toronto as well as Los Angeles. Terroni’s Adelaide location is in the historic York County Courthouse. It features an enoteca (wine bar) to grab a post-work or pre-theatre drink as

  • TOCA, the headlining restaurant in the Ritz Carlton, is redefining luxury dining in the city and setting a new standard for restaurants to come. We're looking at you, David Chang! The name is a whimsical take on Toronto, Canada, and there’s nothing fussy about that. The chef, Tom Brodi, formerly of Canoe, could write a thesis on Canadian fare.

  • Visionary restaurateur and judge on Top Chef Canada, Janet Zuccarini opened Trattoria Nervosa 20 years ago, and today it remains one of the best Italian restaurants in the city. The Yorkville neighbourhood restaurant sits unassumingly in a small yellow house on the corner of Yorkville Avenue and Bellair Street. The wrap around street level patio

  • Tutti Matti serves food and wine that honours the spirit and culture of Tuscany. It is the fulfillment of a dream of chef Alida Solomon, who sought to bring both Tuscan food and culture to Toronto. The restaurant features an evolving menu that never strays too far from the original Tuscan concept, with both permanent

  • Deeply rooted in its southern Italian heritage, Tutto Pronto keeps it simple with its impeccable Italian fare and inviting atmosphere. With a focus on the best and freshest ingredients, the menu is a celebrated selection of stripped down Italian classics that highlight the beautiful flavours in each individual dish. The menu here is made up

  • Two words: Handmade pasta. And that is just the beginning of the mouth-watering options chef and owner Jeff Bovis is cooking up at his newest restaurant, Wynona. Located in the ever-charming Leslieville neighbourhood, enjoy a delicately cooked fish on Wynona’s patio with a bottle of wine (half price on Sundays) from the extensive and totally

  • For a neighbourhood known as Little Italy, the popular College St. strip is home to surprisingly few Italian restaurants. Zitto Zitto Taverna is helping bring the corner of College and Clinton back to its roots with its classic Italian menu and nostalgic ambiance. The restaurant comes from the same owners as Sotto Voce Wine &

  • Zucca Trattoria is dedicated to making the best regional Italian fare possible. Since its opening on Valentine’s Day 1996, Zucca’s menu has been ever changing, with ingredients only being used when they are in season. Located just south of the increasingly lively Yonge and Eglinton intersection, Zucca is a great destination for family dinners. From