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]
Over the past couple of years, chefs across the country have contributed to the ever-evolving attributes of “Canadian cuisine,” focusing on farm-to-table philosophy and unique combinations of ingredients inspired by Canada’s diversity. The result is Canadian restaurants that have become so much more than poutine. Here are your best bets in Toronto. [Photo credit: courtesy of Actinolite]
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 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.
Mexican cuisine is about so much more than nachos, quesadillas and guac, and luckily for us, Toronto has a great selection of authentic Mexican restaurants. From grilled corn and sandwiches to tamales and churros, there’s a bevy of selections for any Mexican cuisine lover. Here are the top Mexican eats in Toronto.
When the weather gets warmer and the patios start to open, why not surround yourself with the beauty of Toronto’s parks and green spaces? From High Park to the gardens of Casa Loma, there are plenty of pretty outdoor spaces in the city to dine near this year! Here are the best restaurants and cafes in green spaces in Toronto.
Farm-to-table, or Locavorism, is a sustainable way of eating, and lucky for us Toronto has many restaurants who are committed to buying fresh, local ingredients with minimal carbon footprint. Farm-to-table restaurants have  talented chefs at the helm of this food movement and who always come up with exciting and innovative menu items. Here are the restaurants that do it best. [Photo: Montecito by Jennifer D'Agostino]
These 24-hour diners and restaurants are here to satisfy any craving around the clock, whether it’s burgers, eggs benny or cocktails. Many of the restaurants play a pivotal role in Toronto’s food scene, and have become institutions where diners flock to eat again and again. Here are some of Toronto’s best restaurants that are always open. [Photo credit: Courtesy of the Thompson Diner]
Something there is about a frigid mid-winter day that sends the mind in the direction of sake. If you can’t warm your bones from the outside, after all, you might as well work on it from the inside.Toronto is fortunate to be blessed with a whack of bona fide sake joints where chilly travelers might find heat-bearing relief in the form of this minor miracle of fermented rice. Here are five of the best:
Today is National Wine Day! How are you going to celebrate? I’ve come up with the top 5 spots, so now all you have to do is drink up.What a way to start the week!
Starting June 1st and lasting until June 7th, over 3500 bars and restaurants around the world celebrate the Negroni, all in an effort to raise money for charitable causes. From Latvia to Baltimore, Little Rock to Melbourne, Kelowna to Sweden, people will be raising their rock glasses during Negroni Week.
Looking to party this Cinco de Mayo, celebrate at these great restaurants.
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