Native to both saltwater and freshwater habitats, mussels are truly a unique treat, whether served steamed, smoked, barbequed or fried. They're also an excellent source of selenium and B12. Paired with fresh frites, soft bread or dropped into a scrumptious seafood stew, mussels represent a culinary tradition that’s alive and well in Toronto. [Image credit: iStock.com/ChristianColmer]
Toronto’s theatre district has a lot to offer visiting show-goers and local foodies alike. These restaurants are all about the show, transporting guests to Southern California, Italy, New Orleans and Thailand with stunning decor, authentic ingredients and home-style hospitality. [Feature image courtesy of Los Colibris]
Eating and drinking is the ultimate culture of Torontonians. So it makes sense that TO's best wine bars not only have a vast selection of award-winning bottles from around the world, and great food to boot. From the west end to the east end, here are the best places to sip on a bottle of vin rouge (or blanc or rosé or sparkling) in Toronto. [Image credit: iStock.com/kieferpix]
Is there anything better than sitting outside with friends, sipping a chilled bevy and soaking in the summer sun? Patio season is a sacred time in the west end of Toronto and there is a plethora of places to choose from. The following is a list of the top west-end patios that you’re bound to adore. [Image credit: iStock.com/AnjelaGr]
Is there any country in the world that does bar food better than Spain? Don’t worry, you don’t need to cross the pond, we’ve hand-picked the city’s top spots for authentic Spanish tapas. These cozy tavernas are serving up some of the most piquant-in-flavour small plates in Toronto – and they each boast their own unique, chilled-out vibe to boot.
Whether you’re looking for an intimate evening with your cocktail lover in a dark and cozy setting or breathtaking vistas of downtown Toronto, the city is full of watering holes with a truly other-worldly feel. Here are seven cocktail bars in Toronto that promise to have you feeling warm and fuzzy in no time. [Image credit: iStock.com/WanderWomen]
Want to sup and don't mind a little splurging? Culinary excellence is found at these Toronto eateries that offer pre-set menus, many of which change with the season. From an oh-so authentic French bistro to experimental Canadian fare here are Toronto's top prix-fixe restaurants. 
You know there's nothing like the taste of a good, fresh oyster, but where do you find them this side of the Atlantic? If you're craving these marvellous mollusks, stop by one of the following TO oyster shacks. Whether you seek a fancy night out or a casual conch, you're sure to have a shucking good time. [Image credit: iStock.com/Eddie Hernandez Photography]
Toronto is a city that thrives on diversity and is home to a wide range of ethnicities. This incredibly diverse and culture-rich city offers cuisine from around the culinary globe. From Thai to Indian, Polish to African, there's so much to experience. Take a trip around the world, eating at a different authentic restaurant each night of the week.
Queen West’s top spots for a first-time meeting are an eclectic mix of trendy cocktail bars and laidback watering holes. Get ready to up your dating game with smooth sipping, low lighting and shared plates best suited for two.
No doubt about it: Toronto’s premiere oyster shacks will shuck all your assumptions about land-locked seafood restos and transport seafood lovers to a full-oncoastal bliss. Sourcing plump, sweet oysters from east and west, these local spots celebrate the ocean’s most sumptuous snacks with unique menus and killer drinks to match.
Iran (previously Persia) is known for its art – from architecture to painting to calligraphy to metalworking. So it’s no surprise that there’s more to their cuisine than the food. It’s a practice of detail, from the pottery to the fresh ingredients. While nobody can beat my mom’s Persian cooking, these TO restaurants cut it close. Each offers an experience of Iran’s culture, past and present. [Feature image: The Pomegranate]
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