Best Restaurants for Gyros in Toronto

In honour of National Gyros Day on September 1st, I’m rounding up the best gyros this week. In case you’ve never tried one, it’s a wrap that features thickly shaved meat (chicken, pork, beef or lamb) from a spit or rotisserie, tzatziki, lettuce, tomatoes and onions, all enveloped in a thick, puffy pita. And if you’re lucky, your gyros place will stuff a few french fries in there as well.

Sitting on the dock of the bay, or a patio downtown, or in the cool comfort of an air conditioned restaurant, nothing says summertime like fish and chips. Here are the city’s top 5 spots:
We are so fortunate in Toronto that we don’t have to wait for TIFF to arrive to get a sneak peek of Hollywood elite, supermodels and their ilk. If you want to star-gaze and get up close to celebs, head to these top 5 eateries in the city for VIPs and superstars.
One of the best ways to spend a summer evening is to catch a show. Whether you’re going out to a big theatre production such as Newsies or Kinky Boots, or you’re heading off to hear a performance by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Canadian Opera Company or Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra & Chamber Choir, you’re going to want to eat beforehand.
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