Sandwiches in Liberty Village Toronto

Whether you’re in this part of town for work or for play, there are lots of options to choose from if you’re looking for a good sandwich in Liberty Village. Here are a few neighbourhood faves when it comes to this lunchtime staple.

Brazen Head Irish Pub

165 Liberty St, Toronto, ON M6K 3G3

These guys know how to make a sandwich. Whether it’s the cool cucumber turkey wrap, with cranberry salsa and chipotle aioli, or the clubhouse, with pesto mayonnaise, the flavours are bold and delicious here. Since it is an Irish alehouse, we suggest pairing your lunchtime sammy with a pint of craft beer.

Williams Landing

120 Lynn Williams St, Toronto, ON M6K 3N6

This popular sit-down spot for lunch and dinner has a few delicious sandwiches to choose from and the upper level patio is a great spot for people watching. The pulled pork sandwich is a big hit, but don’t overlook the triple threat grilled cheese, which features house smoked mozzarella, brie and cheddar cheese.

Caffino Restaurant

1185 King St W, Toronto, ON M6K 3C5

The white tablecloths and formal surroundings might feel upscale, but this sweet Italian café offers a surprisingly affordable lunch menu. Traditional Italian panini sandwiches are available in six unique varieties (hilariously named after famous Italian-bred celebrities). The De Niro is a meaty mélange with Genoa salami, mortadella, cappicolo and provolone cheese while the Sinatra is a vegetarian friendly sammy topped with breaded eggplant, rapini, roasted red pepper and pesto.

Mildred's Temple Kitchen

104-85 Hanna Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 3S3

Mildred’s famous “b’lunch” offers up contemporary breakfast sammies as well as some lunchtime classics. The chicken avocado club on grilled sourdough is a favourite among the nearby office workers. We love the Veda’s choice, which delivers soft poached eggs topped with either smoked salmon or rosemary bacon stuffed inside a warm fresh-baked croissant. Sounds heavenly, no? The dining room’s airy interior and ultra-modern design make it an attractive spot to bring a client.

Local Public Eateries

171 East Liberty St, Toronto, ON M6K 3P6

There’s something for everyone at this pub, and you’ll do well to pair whatever you choose with one of their craft beers. If you lump burgers into the sandwich category, there are loads to choose from here, but if you prefer the more traditional sort, the tuna club, steak and chicken varieties will keep you satisfied.

Liberty Village Market & Café

65 Jefferson Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 1Y3

This hybrid café and grocery store is a favourite one-stop shop among Liberty Village locals. The ingredients are high quality and always fresh and there are a variety of premade sandwiches and wraps available for those who are in a rush. If you’ve got some time to spare, choose your bread and toppings to design your own custom-made sandwich. Try one of the delicious homemade soups alongside your sandwich for the perfect lunch.

Merci Mon Ami

107-171 East Liberty St, Toronto, ON M6K 3P6

You’ll find this neighbourhood bistro tucked away along the cobblestoned streets in the Liberty Market building. The Parisian-style baguette sandwiches come in simple varieties, such as egg salad and tuna, as well as premium options like roasted turkey, steak and pesto chicken. The menu features a number of options for meat lovers and vegetarians and all sandwiches are served with a side house salad and fruit skewer.

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