Jennifer D’Agostino is a freelance writer based in Toronto. When she’s not scouring the city for the best restaurants you can find her experimenting with recipes and reading the news. Jen is also an avid photographer.
Whether you’re watching your favourite team, attending a concert starring the hottest band on the radio or taking in some big ticket entertainment, you will work up an appetite when you’re downtown at the Air Canada Centre. There are lots of options nearby from fine dining to sports bars, and we've managed to get the list down to 10 spots. Here are your best bets for dining near the ACC.
Focusing on flavourful beans with a conscious, the fair trade coffee movement is rooted in transparency, respect and equality. Fair trade coffee offers up all the flavour you would expect in your morning cup of joe, but it comes from a sustainable industry that has a low-impact on the environment. Here are some of the best fair trade coffee shops and cafés in Toronto.
When the weather gets warmer and the patios start to open, why not surround yourself with the beauty of Toronto’s parks and green spaces? From High Park to the gardens of Casa Loma, there are plenty of pretty outdoor spaces in the city to dine near this year! Here are the best restaurants and cafes in green spaces in Toronto.
Good news everyone! You don’t have to jet-set to Paris to indulge in some divine French pastries, local bakeries serve up the delicious treats right here in Toronto! From macarons to croissants and madelines, you can have the full authentic Parisian bakery experience at these local gems.
You don’t have to look far to find some exemplary Jewish bakeries in Toronto. From challahs, to bagels and sufganiyah, these bakeries are serving up some seriously delicious baked goods! Here are the best bets in town! [Photo credit: What A Bagel by Parisima Baha]
Portuguese bakeries are scattered across the city, some are beloved favourites, while are hidden gems. But no matter your preference of establishment, each Portuguese bakery promises authentic and delicious pastries daily. Here are some of the best Portuguese bakeries in the city.
From cookies to cannoli, Toronto has an abundance of Italian bakeries serving up fresh baked goods. Pillars to the communities they inhabit, these family-run bakeries have been around for decades. Here are the best Italian bakeries in Toronto.
Restaurants in Toronto have been upping their grilled cheese game over the years, so you can find sandwiches with meatloaf, mac and cheese, avocado and anything else you can think of! We have narrowed down the options for you in this list of the best grilled cheese in Toronto. [Photo credit: Meltwich Co. by Jennifer D’Agostino]
You don’t have to wait until Sunday for brunch - you can dine on eggs Benedict and sip mimosas on Saturday too! Here are the best Toronto restaurants serving up Saturday brunch!
There are plenty of spots to grab brunch in Toronto; from Parisian to Mexican there’s something for everyone’s taste. But brunch is popular, and there’s always a line, with no guarantee of a table (crying face emoji). Luckily, there are restaurants in Toronto offering reservations during weekend brunch service! Here are the top spots for brunch that accept reservations - no waiting for you! 
The only thing better than brunch, is a Mexican brunch! Lucky for us Toronto has some top notch choices. From savoury huevos rancheros to sweet churros pancakes, there are some drool-worthy offerings in this city. Here are the top Mexican brunches in Toronto.
Farm-to-table, or Locavorism, is a sustainable way of eating, and lucky for us Toronto has many restaurants who are committed to buying fresh, local ingredients with minimal carbon footprint. Farm-to-table restaurants have  talented chefs at the helm of this food movement and who always come up with exciting and innovative menu items. Here are the restaurants that do it best. [Photo: Montecito by Jennifer D'Agostino]
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