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.
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 best farm-to- table restaurants in Toronto.[Photo by Jennifer D'Agostino]
Your favourite breakfast foods are available all day long at these joints, so you can eat that eggs benny or pancake stack whenever you want! These restaurants serve breakfast every day, so there’s no more waiting for Sunday brunch to chow down. Get your breakfast on at these top picks for all-day breakfast in Toronto. [Photo credit: Hollandaise Diner by Jennifer D’Agostino]
These 24-hour diners and restaurants are here to satisfy any craving around the clock, whether it’s burgers, eggs benny or cocktails. Many of the restaurants play a pivotal role in Toronto’s food scene, and have become institutions where diners flock to eat again and again. Here are some of Toronto’s best restaurants that are always open. [Photo credit: Courtesy of the Thompson Diner]
Toronto is home to an exciting dining scene, with inventive menus everywhere you look. For a city with an appetite for innovation, restaurants are starting to go beyond the basic sit and dine. Torontonians have a variety of choices that amp up the dining experience from knights in shining armour, to dining in complete darkness. Here are some of Toronto’s most unique dining options. [Photo credit: Courtesy of Medieval Times]
All-you-can-eat restaurants are popping up all over the city, so be prepared to EAT! You can find AYCE options in a wide variety of mouthwatering cuisines, and even brunch! Get ready to stuff your face with Chinese, Mongolian, Portuguese and Brazilian barbecue, plus endless Indian buffets. You better come hungry, because here are the best all-you-can-eat restaurants in Toronto. [Photo credit: courtesy of Copacabana]
When it’s cold outside, there’s nothing that warms you up quite like a hearty stew. The comfort food comes in many variations in Toronto, from beef to fish, so there’s lots of options for anyone craving the slow-cooked meal. Here are the best bets for a steaming bowl of stew in Toronto. [ Photo credit: Jennifer D'Agostino]
Toronto has a diverse restaurant scene when it comes to the top tier wings. From smokehouses to snack bars and pubs, there are some serious options for chicken wing lovers in the city. These restaurants don’t just make the best chicken - they offer unique and flavour-packed sauces too. Here are the best wings in Toronto. [Photo credit: Jennifer D’Agostino]
Originally from Hawaii, poke has made its way North, popping up in Toronto neighbourhoods over the past year. It is traditionally made with tuna or octopus, but the local variations tend to come in all sorts of seafood options, from crab to salmon. Here are some of the top spots for poke in Toronto. [Photo credit: courtesy of Calii Love]
During the colder months, many Torontonians are longing for those carefree sunny days on the patio sipping margaritas. Luckily, there are plenty of restaurants who can make your patio dreams come true, even in winter! Heated, encased in glass, or decked with fire pits, these heated patios in Toronto keep patio season going all year long. [Photo credit: Jennifer D'Agostino]
When the winter chill hits Toronto everyone seems to be craving comfort food and chili often hits the spot. It’s hearty, warm and sometimes spicy, the perfect dish on a cold winter’s night. Toronto is home to all kinds of chili, from the Texas original to completely vegan, and everything in between! Here’s our picks for the best chili in Toronto. [ Photo credit: Jennifer D'Agostino]
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