Cuisine type

  • French,


  • Steak Tartare,


  • Wifi,
  • Restaurant With Bar,


  • Trendy,
  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Private Events,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
72 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Y7
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $26 To $60 ($$$),
  • $26 To $60,

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    Best farm-to-table restaurants in Toronto

    Best farm-to-table restaurants in Toronto

    There is a certain sequence of events that occurs at Union and it goes a little something like this: farm, chef, table. Executive Chef Teo Paul ensures that all of the products used in the kitchen at Union come from Ontario farms, including Blue Haven Farms, Hope Farms and StoneyField Elk Farm. The menus are updated daily for lunch and dinner service.

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    A new generation of Toronto’s essential brunches

    A new generation of Toronto’s essential brunches

    The Union has been one of Ossington Ave’s most revered restos since opening on the pre-gentrified strip in 2009. The dinner menu changes daily – ingredients are sourced from local farmers – and weekend brunch is every bit as gourmet. Think: Lardon salad (with fresh seasonal veggies), French-inspired spins on the classic eggs benny, and crispy polenta with poached eggs. You may not know exactly what will be on the menu, but you can be sure it’ll be delicious. Patio? Check.

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    Half-priced wine nights in Toronto's west end

    Half-priced wine nights in Toronto's west end

    One of Ossington’s most beloved eateries has been impressing diners of all ages and palates since 2009, with a slew of French-inspired fare (the menu changes daily and will include anything from oysters with lardon and breadcrumbs to tagliatelle with smoked herring and octopus). The cozy space is the wholly wonderful love child of a Parisian bistro and a quintessential Toronto neighbourhood spot, with exposed brick walls, a chandelier, and a wildlife mural that stretches the length of the restaurant. Oh, and they also do half-priced bottles of wine every Monday.

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