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.
There’s a large German community in Toronto and plenty of German restaurants to choose from. From authentic beer halls to a menu filled with perfectly fried schnitzel, Toronto is no stranger to Bavarian cuisine. Grab the sauerkraut, because here are the best German restaurants in the city. [Photo of Otto’s Bierhalle by Alexandra Caufin]
Cured meats, cheese, pickled vegetables and more! All these goodies put together make up some of Toronto’s best charcuterie boards. Whether you’re sharing or keeping it all to yourself, you’re going to want to savour every bite! Here is the best charcuterie in Toronto.[Photo of Nuit Social by Jennifer D’Agostino]
During apple season in Ontario, bakeries across the province pull out the flour, sugar and butter and start making their famous apple pies. Toronto’s bakeries have their recipes down to a science, offering different fruit mixtures, hand held pies and crumbles. Here are the best apple pies in Toronto.[Photo courtesy of Phipps Bakery]
We all know that students are often strapped for cash, and restaurants across Toronto are cutting them a deal with lower prices for those with valid student IDs. From fresh wraps to Thai food, there are lots of options for frugal students out there! Here are the best student dining discounts and meal specials in Toronto.
The tradition of brunch is a ritual that many Torontonians take seriously. While there are lots of options for a stellar brunch in Toronto, these spots take it to the next level with a premium selection of champagne, haute eats and fine dining atmosphere.[Photo credit: Buca brunch courtesy of Buca Yorkville]
TIFF takes over the city September 7 to 17, and that means bars and restaurants across the city are extending their last call til 4 am! If you don’t want to stop the party, then head to these bars and restaurants for a nightcap during the Toronto International Film Festival. [Photo credit: Figo cocktail by Jim Bamboulis]
Torontonians can enjoy the glamorous life at these late-night restaurants and bars. From retro Hollywood vibes to a chic hotel bar, this city is home to plenty of high-end options. So, grab a couple of cocktails or an elegant meal at some of the top late night restaurants in Toronto.[Photo credit: Four Seasons Garden of Wonder by Ryan Emberley]
Le Burger Week takes over Toronto every year, with restaurants, pubs and burger joints across the city competing against each other to create the ultimate signature burger. The best part of this burger battle is the taste test, conducted by you! Try as many burgers as you can, then vote to crown the burger king (or queen). [Photo: Farmhouse Country Burger at the Kennedy Public House by Louise Yu]
For many CNE visitors, it’s all about the food! While there are always lots of new unique and over-the-top selections to try each year, there are also some great familiar options for those who want something tried-and-true. Here are some of the more established eateries that always serve up an amazing foodie experience that are taking over the CNE in 2017. [Photo credit: courtesy of Eva’s Original Chimneys]
King West is currently one of Toronto’s trendiest neighbourhoods. Home to some of the top restaurants in the city and one of the liveliest spots for nightlife, this ’hood has lots of options. Explore and discover the best restaurants on King West! [Photo credit: courtesy of Los Colibris]
The only thing better than finding delicious food after hours is finding food within your budget! These budget-friendly restaurants offer up quality food and drinks at a great price point. Like the city itself, the options are diverse! Here are the best cheap late night eats in Toronto.
Whether you’re a fan of souvlaki, gyros or moussaka you can bet there is a great spot to get an authentic dish in Toronto. There is no shortage of Greek restaurants across Toronto, yes outside of Greek Town too! Here are the best Greek restaurants in Toronto. [Photo credit: Mamakas by Madeleine Grenier]
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