From oysters to lobster to fish and chips, Toronto has a lot to offer when it comes to seafood. Whether you’re in the mood for an upscale dinner or a quick casual lunch, you can always count on quality from the restaurants found below. Here are the best seafood restaurants in Toronto. [Photo credit: Soft shell crab from Fresh off the Boat by YP Contributor]
From massive 100 seaters to quaint coffee shops, there is a wide array of new patios to choose from this year. These new digs are pristine and offer up some of the best food in Toronto! Here are our top picks for new patios in 2017. [Photo credit: Bar Reyna by Jennifer D'Agostino]
The Distillery Historic District is one of those neighbourhoods in Toronto that has an instant draw. With charming storefront patios, sprawling 200 seat courtyards and even heated outdoor spaces, there are lots of options for outdoor eating in the Distillery. Here are your best bets for dining out in the open air in the Distillery District.
The shores of Lake Ontario are lined with great patios and restaurants that are offering not only a great view of the lake, but delicious food and great drinks too! These patios are hotspots during the summer, when the breeze off the lake takes the edge off the humid city air. Here are the best lakeside patios in Toronto.
Those looking to have fun on the cheap this summer should head to these patios for great eats and great deals! Whether you’re looking for drinks or a meal with friends, these restaurants have your budget in mind. Here are the top patios for the money-savvy!
This season, we’ve seen some astonishing arrivals. From high end to everyday casual, there’s truly something for everyone here.Here are the top 5 restaurants in Toronto for autumn:
Summerlicious is a time to get out to restaurants you’ve never been to, to experience the city in a new way, to get caught up in the excitement of our great chefs and restaurants. Do something a little different this year. Here are my top 5 picks for Summerlicious standouts:
Enjoy a picnic lunch outdoors at some of the city’s best parks, with some of the Toronto’s best food! These restaurants serve great to-go options, and are just a short walk to a grassy spot perfect for kicking back, relaxing and enjoying a picnic lunch with your friends, family or co-workers. Here are some of the best to-go picnic lunch options in Toronto. [Photo credit: Erica Salyi-Pannozzo]
The days of just flowers and a box of chocolates to celebrate Valentine's are over. Now it’s all about going out for dinner. There is a lot of pressure to choose a good restaurant for the big night. With restaurants pulling out the pre-fixe menus with romantic words and innuendo left and right, how do you choose? Here are my picks for most original dishes and ways to celebrate the holiday of love.
Meatless Mondays Canada suggests having healthy, sustainable, cruelty-free food at least once a week. This is good for both your own health and the planet's. These five restaurants make it easy to go vegetarian for the day:
Backyard patios in the city allow you to get away from the noise and the dust of the city and relax in a secluded spot that not everyone knows about.So sit back, relax, have a bite and a drink (or three) and settle in to the outdoors.
The Toronto International Film Festival - TIFF – is one of the busiest times for our great city. Celebrities touch down to promote their movies, while drinking and dining their way across town. Here’s where you’ll likely see some major stars:
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