Bacon-focused restaurants serving up a sizzle in Toronto

There’s nothing like the aroma of sizzling strips of bacon. Whether you're hankering for a juicy pea meal bacon sandwich or a satisfying BLT, these Toronto eateries specialize in a variety of bacon dishes that'll cure your meaty cravings.

Bacon Nation

170 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2C2

Created as a tribute to Canada, Bacon Nation combines two great guilty pleasures— bacon and deep-fried fairground food. Their mobile truck and new storefront location celebrate bacon to the max. The Drunken Stupor, a breakfast sandwich piled with bacon strips, whisky barbecue sauce and a fried egg on a kaiser is divine.

Paddington's Pump

95 Front Street East, Toronto, ON M5E 1C2

Patrons say this eatery's pea meal bacon Sandwich evokes a great sense of Canadiana charm. Thinly-sliced, salty pea meal bacon is griddled till golden and layered into a soft, bakery-fresh bun. It is served with pickles and tomatoes on the side. This family-run business is friendly, consistent in quality and affordable.

St Lawrence Market

92-95 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C2

This bustling food mecca is located in the centre of downtown Toronto with more than 50 independently owned market vendors serving up fine food, including Ontario bacon—the best and freshest ever! The market offers eclectic and traditional foods designed to inspire and satisfy a variety of consumer tastes.

Carousel Bakery Ltd

93 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C3

Famous for its fresh and tasty pea meal bacon sandwich, Carousel Bakery in the St. Lawrence Market is a must-stop eatery. The bakery serves soft and warm country buns filled with thick stacks of pea meal bacon and lots of toppings and condiments from which to choose. It's affordable and worth the lineup.

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