Best Restaurants for Nachos in Toronto

Friday, November 6th is National Nachos Day, so you’d better start planning where to celebrate. Here are my top 5 picks of best nachos in the city that offer something a little different:

Sneaky Dee's Ltd

431 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1T1

Sneaky Dees is not just a Toronto institution – it also happens to have a wicked nacho menu – count ‘em eight varieties. Sometimes you might feel like the classic ($9 $2.75 each item/$5 for premium items), other times you'll want something a little different like Hawaiian ($17) or Greek ($17) nachos. Have dietary restrictions? There’s Veggie ($17) and even Vegan ($15) selections.

Bar Mercurio

270 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1V8

Bar Mercurio’s Tonna Ahi Al Nachos ($16) offer a sophisticated take on the usually casual appetizer with ahi tuna, crispy wantons, avocado relish, truffle aioli, cilantro pesto and a spicy Kochujang sauce.

Junked Food Co Inc

507 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2B4

Late night cravings almost always sway towards junk food. So satiate that hankering with Junked Food Co.’s Smash Bags. Made by splitting open a bag of Doritos and smothering them with everything from the standards (Original $6 – lettuce, tomato, onion, cheddar cheese, black olives, jalapeno, sour cream and chili sauce) to the more extreme (Pulled Pork $8 - lettuce, tomato, onion, cheddar, olives, jalapeño, sour cream, chili sauce, Dr. Pepper pulled pork, Jolly Rancher BBQ sauce, slaw and pickle), you no doubt want to keep this kind of eating to a minimum.

Dog And Bear

1100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1H9

While Dog & Bear offers their signature nachos ($16) along with a veggie version ($14), it’s their Buffalo Chicken Nachos ($16) that are particularly genius: Buffalo chicken, Frank’s Red Hot Sauce, cheese and blue cheese, dill pickle, onion, tomato and shredded iceberg lettuce all mingled together with crisp nachos means never having to struggle over whether to order nachos or wings again.

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