Great spots to eat at Yonge & Bloor

Yonge and Bloor is a central Toronto hub where you'll find tons of offices, a major subway interchange, amazing shopping, the city’s largest library and…well, you get the point. Naturally, there need to be some good edible options for hungry individuals who are passing through. Here are a few food options in the 'hood that are sure to please your taste buds.

Salad Days

1
2 Bloor W, Toronto, ON M4W 3E2

Tucked away in Cumberland Terrace, this cash-only take-out counter specializes in healthy lunchtime meals that are fast, fresh and surprisingly affordable. In-the-know locals line up daily for custom crafted wraps and salads that are made to order with fresh veggies and inventive dressings. If you’re really hungry and want a good bang for your buck, opt for the well-priced lunch special, which features a grilled chicken breast, mashed sweet potato, stuffed vine leaves and Greek salad all for under $6.

Seven West Cafe

2
7 Charles St W, Toronto, ON M4Y 1R4

The lights are always on at this popular Charles Street dining destination. The all-day, all-night café has been in business for close to 25 years, and for good reasons. The delicious menu of food and drinks is available 24 hours a day and the charming old brownstone, with its fantastic rooftop patio, is definitely a spot where you'll want to linger.

Dillon Opticians Ltd

3
2611 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4P 2J1

Capitano Burgers and Gelato is where you want to head for a really great burger and, well, gelato in the neighbourhood. As with many of the gourmet burger joints out there now, they use hormone- and antibiotic-free, local beef that hasn’t been frozen. Their gelato is made onsite daily, with several dairy-free and vegan options available as well.

Olympic 76 Pizza

4
8 Gloucester St, Toronto, ON M4Y 1L5

Olympic 76 Pizza on Gloucester is another classic place to visit for good grub in this neighbourhood. True to their name, they have been open since 1976, and their pizza is traditional and just plain good.

Wish

5
3 Charles St E, Toronto, ON M4Y 1R9

Wish is a great place to visit for any meal, but they excel at brunch. Anywhere that serves a grilled Nutella sandwich excels at brunch, really. Modern, chic and delicious food across the board.

You don’t have to travel to Vietnam to try authentic pho – it’s available right here in Victoria. So put away your passport and visit one of the Vietnamese restaurants below. Soon you’ll be sipping on savoury broth, seasoned with traditional Vietnamese spices and full of tasty meat and veggies. Close your eyes and you might forget you’re in Canada!
Eating out doesn’t have to be expensive – and you don’t have to sacrifice quality or taste just to get a good deal. Luckily for us, there are a number of Victoria eateries that offer satisfying meals for less than $10. Drop in, fill up, and leave with the energy you need to make it through the rest of your afternoon.
Student life can be hectic, so you need food that’s tasty, quick and, most importantly, cheap. Here are some of Victoria’s most student-friendly off-campus restaurants. Some are just down the street; others are a short bus ride downtown. But all of them have cheap eats that’ll keep you fuelled from frosh week to finals.
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