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  • the right wing

    As its name implies, hockey and wings are the name of the game at this Yonge and Eglinton sports bar. Cooked-to-order wings are flavoured with the bar’s signature seasoning and come with classic sides of carrot and celery sticks plus a choice of dip. There are 38 different wing types, including the ultra-spicy Exorcist, which

  • wheatsheaf

    On the southwest corner of King and Bathurst, stands The Wheatsheaf Tavern, a popular spot to hang out before a show or after a home game. Since 1849, the neighbourhood classic has been pumping out half-priced wings on Mondays and Sunday roasts which long-time patrons wash down with the tavern’s vast selection of beer. Along

  • Pulling from many corners of east Asian cuisine, Three Monks and a Duck is an intimate and stylish cocktail bar a few blocks away from Trinity Bellwoods Park. Much of the restaurant’s concept lies within the name: three monks and then also a duck, because only a quarter of the menu is not vegetarian-friendly, and,

  • Italian is Italian, right? Absolutely not. This restaurant is here to share authentic and proud Italian cuisine with Toronto through their scratch-made pastas and Romano pizzas. Tosto means “determined” and “no nonsense,” and when it comes to homemade, there’s no nonsense here. The pasta noodles are mixed and extruded daily to complement the fresh toppings,

  • 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

  • This no-frills diner at Pape and the Danforth stands out amongst the sea of restaurants in Greektown. Tzatziki is a diner-style restaurant connected to Macchiato café where you can grab a coffee before taking your seat. This place is always busy with neighbourhood guests chatting with each other in Greek over a plate of souvlaki.

  • Union Social Eatery has been expanding all over the GTA. Created as a gathering place for Torontonians to eat, drink and be merry, Union Social has everything you need for an afternoon, evening or even morning pick-me-up. The menu features modern Canadian classics made with fresh and delicious ingredients. Broken down into several cutely named

  • A bright, modern mini-chain with eight locations around Toronto and the GTA, Vivo Pizza + Pasta offers classic Italian dishes at an approachable price. The menu checks all the boxes you would expect from a traditional Italian restaurant, covering antipasti, Neapolitan pizzas, and standard pastas like spaghetti carbonara and potato gnocchi topped with a choice

  • Argentine flavours and atmosphere are combined to present a true Argentine experience at Vos Restaurante Argentino. Argentina’s beef is among the best in the world and a true source of pride for the country. Argentina has regulations against giving any antibiotics or hormones to the cattle, and the Argentina cattle-producing system is based on open

  • W Burger Bar offers up killer burgers and sides, sure, but when you order the kids a round of shakes, make sure to request a Chocolate Gorilla Monkey for yourself: Kahlúa, white crème de cacao, crème debanane, Navan liqueur and chocolate ice cream. This really ain’t Arthur Fonzarelli’s malt shop. Right at the Yonge and

  • What other restaurants do you know of where a maple charcoal grill is the culinary staple? From the surf to the turf, mostly everything served up at Wildfire Steakhouse & Bar hits the grill and gets infused with that special smoke flavour. The perfect steak starts with in-house 40-day aged certified Angus beef and, like

  • Windfields is one of the friendliest, family-focused eateries in the York Mills and Leslie area. It features a massive menu with all the comfort food classics done up right. Standouts include a classic triple-decker clubhouse sandwich with genuine turkey breast as well as an authentic open-faced hot sandwich of the beef or turkey variety. Windfields

  • Originally opened in 1981 as Phoebe’s, Zee Grill is one of Toronto’s oldest seafood and oyster bars. With a name meaning “Sea Grill” in Dutch, Zee Grill offers an extensive menu of handpicked seafood favourites including lobster, calamari and salmon. The rotating selection of oysters at the bar are perfectly paired with a bottle of