Perpetually busy and with cozy vibes for miles, this snack-happy Bathurst Street space serves up handheld victuals meant to be shared, like Korean fried chicken and steak tartare. Service is swift and sincere, so the wait between standing in line and face-stuffing time is kept to a much-obliged minimum.
Ah, the 416. This South Bathurst drinks and tapas bar has long delighted Torontonians cross-city with its cool-casual vibe and gourmet menu of compact plates designed for sharing and multiplicitous samplings. Whether it’s grilled pineapple salad or the Canadian-themed charcuterie board, you’re likely to encounter fusion dishes not seen elsewhere. All can be paired with traditional cocktails or inspired experimentations from the multi-talented bartenders.
This enduring Queen West bar may have started Toronto’s late-night finger food revolution. Open daily from 5 p.m. until 2 p.m., the trendy eatery specializes in boozy beverages, loud music and a distinctive menu of small plates that are designed to be ordered sporadically throughout the night. Try foie torchon with toasts, Korean fried chicken or steak tartare. The meat-heavy menu changes with the season so there’s always something new to snack on.
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