Best restaurants for late night eats in Toronto

 From snacks to Mexican to Mediterranean cuisine, Toronto has a lot on the menu well into the night. You can nosh on amazing fare at any hour, at 24-hour diners, hot spots with killer late night menus and beloved restos open ’til the wee hours of the morning. Here are Toronto’s best restaurants for late night eats! [Photo credit: courtesy of the Thompson Diner]

Seven West Cafe

7 Charles St W, Toronto, ON M4Y 1R4

Open 24 hours, 7 West Café is one of the best restaurants for comfort food. The late night eatery serves Mediterranean cuisine and has been a favourite spot since the first day it opened. The romantic atmosphere and around the clock service gives 7 West Café an edge over the competition.

Insomnia Restaurant & Lounge

563 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1Y6

While Insomnia is known for its weekend brunches, did you know it’s open until 2 am seven nights a week? The late-night menu, which starts at 11 pm, includes pulled pork tacos, half pound wings and the epic three cheese nachos. Grab one of the infamous cocktails and your night will be complete!

Petit Potato

1-10 Ravel Rd, North York, ON M2H 1S8

When the late night sugar cravings hit, head north of city to Petit Potato. Open late seven days a week, Petit Potato serves up its famous Golden Toast. The menu is a selection of stacked sweet bread, with ice cream and tonnes of toppings!

Souv Like

708 Pape Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 3S7

Serving some of the best chicken souvlaki in the city, Souv Like is open until 4 am on weekends. The quick-service Greek spot is known for its authentic souvlaki dinners and gyros.

Old School Restaurant

800 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1V1

Open 24 hours, Old School specializes in all-day breakfast and diner food. Grab a stack of its famous pancakes or French toast any time of the day.

Thompson Diner

550 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2V4

Open until 4 am The Thompson Diner serves classic American food to the masses. Located in the Thompson Hotel this spot is known for boozy milkshakes and burgers.

Sneaky Dee's Ltd

431 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1T1

Sneaky Dee’s is known for its inventive nachos and live music. That’s probably why all the night owls flock to Sneaky Dee’s when they get a hankering for Tex-Mex at 4 am.

Bar Raval

505 College St, Toronto, ON M6G 1A5

One of the top bars in Toronto, Bar Raval is also open late seven days a week. Located in Little Italy, the menu is packed with Grant Van Gameron’s small plates that include his style of cured charcuterie, preserves and more.

Maple Leaf Tavern

955 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1Z4

Maple Leaf Tavern takes pub food to the next level. The commitment to the local food movement can be seen throughout the menu and lucky for night owls it’s open late Friday and Saturday!

El Caballito

220 King St W, Toronto, ON M5H 1K4

This tequila bar is open late and lucky for you, it has some of the best food on King West. Choose from tacos, chilaquiles and quesadillas until 1 am! This is the only Mexican tequila bar in the city, so you should definitely check out the tequila menu too!

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