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.
From a mobile Cuban café to “fawaffles” there are some unique food trucks hitting the road for the first time this summer! These food trucks are testing the waters still, but from what we can tell, they’ll soon be on every must-try food truck list in Toronto. Here are the best new food trucks in the city for 2017. [Photo credit: courtesy of Little Havana]
Toronto’s food Truck scene has flourished over the past five years. The food trucks that are driving around Toronto represent the diversity that makes this city so great. Whether you want an authentic Somalian samosa or a Canadian pastry, there is something for everyone. Here are the best food trucks to stalk this summer in Toronto. [Photo credit: Me.n.u by Jennifer D’Agostino]
What’s better than all your favourite restaurants and foodie products coming together in one spot in the great outdoors? We’re stumped too. From night markets to all-day parties, here are the best outdoor food markets in Toronto this summer! [Photo credit: Twilight Tuesdays by Jennifer D'Agostino]
The shores of Lake Ontario are lined with great patios and restaurants that are offering not only a great view of the lake, but delicious food and great drinks too! These patios are hotspots during the summer, when the breeze off the lake takes the edge off the humid city air. Here are the best lakeside patios in Toronto.
Slowly cooked, smoky and sweet is the perfect description of pulled pork. Barbecue joints across Toronto are serving up tender and smoky pulled pork, by itself or piled high on a sandwich. Here is some of the best pulled pork in Toronto.
From massive 100 seaters to quaint coffee shops, there is a wide array of new patios to choose from this year. These new digs are pristine and offer up some of the best food in Toronto! Here are our top picks for new patios in 2017. [Photo credit: Bar Reyna by Jennifer D'Agostino]
The Distillery Historic District is one of those neighbourhoods in Toronto that has an instant draw. With charming storefront patios, sprawling 200 seat courtyards and even heated outdoor spaces, there are lots of options for outdoor eating in the Distillery. Here are your best bets for dining out in the open air in the Distillery District.
Those looking to have fun on the cheap this summer should head to these patios for great eats and great deals! Whether you’re looking for drinks or a meal with friends, these restaurants have your budget in mind. Here are the top patios for the money-savvy!
Brunch is a staple in many Torontonian’s weekly routine and during patio season these brunch hotspots take full advantage of their patio space. From massive rooftop patios to snug street-side seating, here are the best patios for brunch in Toronto!
For a summertime date night, nothing beats a cozy spot with a romantic atmosphere, and luckily, Toronto has lots to choose from. When it comes to date night, patio ambiance is everything, so set the scene for love at one of Toronto’s most romantic patios!  
The diverse options that make up Toronto’s tea scene include Turkish cafés, jam and preserve shops, traditional English service and cozy tea rooms, making Toronto a tea-lover’s dream. Here are the quaintest tea shops in the city.
Lunch can be so much more than trendy takeout, there are several chic spots in the city that offer the chance to enjoy a leisurely and elegant mid-day meal. Whether you’re looking for lunch with the girls or an impressive place for a work lunch, Toronto has plenty of options for all occasions. [Photo credit: Colette Grand Cafe by Erica Salyi-Pannozzo]
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