Toronto Restaurants

Eat with native Torontonians; our list of the best places to eat in Toronto. Our top picks: The Guvernment, St Lawrence Market and Salad King.
  • The best restaurant in Toronto: The Guvernment

    The Guvernment

    132 Queens Quay W
    Open all night. Cover typically around $20, but can be more for concerts or special events. Huge club that's considered one of the places to party and dance in Toronto — provided you like a packed dance floor, house/techno music, and a young crowd (university/college age, generally). The sound system and light show are top-notch and the venue attracts international DJs. There are other rooms with different music, including hip-hop, top 40 and other genres of dance music. On the roof is Skybar, which lets you drink and take in the Toronto skyline (or the night sky) at the same time.
  • St Lawrence Market

    St Lawrence Market

    92 - 95 Front St E
    A city market has been located on the southwest corner of Front St East and Jarvis St for over 200 years. The current incarnation of the South Market contains over 200 permanent food-related vendors on two floors, including butchers, fishmongers and numerous specialty and takeout businesses. The South Market is open daily except Sundays and Mondays. The North Market, located just across Front St, opens only on Saturdays for a Farmers' Market, when farmers from surrounding townships sell their wares, and on Sundays for an Antique Market.
  • Salad King

    Salad King

    340 Yonge St
    A fantastic Thai place just off Yonge and Dundas Square, Salad King serves up really good food at surprisingly low prices. It's very popular, so expect a crowd, and be friendly - if you're in a smaller party, you may end up sharing a table with strangers!
  • Pan


    516 Danforth Avenue
    An older establishment with Greek cuisine.
  • Ouzeri


    500A Danforth Avenue
    Generous portions of Greek food in an elegant setting.
  • Crema Coffee Company

    Crema Coffee Company

    3079 Dundas St W
    Excellent coffee.
  • Sneaky Dee's

    Sneaky Dee's

    431 College Street
    Open Mo-Tu 11am-3am, We-Th 11-4, Fr 11-4:30, Sa 9-4:30, Su 9am-9pm. Inexpensive yet tasty Tex-Mex fare and cheap pitchers of beer. Particularly popular among the post-bar crowd, due to its absurdly late closing time. Live music can be heard upstairs, catering to the punk orientated. $8-15.
  • Granite Brewery & Restaurant

    Granite Brewery & Restaurant

    245 Eglinton Ave E
    M 11:30AM-midnight, Tu-Sa 11:30AM-1AM, Su 11AM-midnight. Beer brewed in house, outdoor patio. Entrees $10.50-20.95.
  • The 3 Brewers Restaurant Micro-Brewery

    The 3 Brewers Restaurant Micro-Brewery

    275 Yonge Street
    Mon-Thu 11-24, Fri & Sat 11-1, Sun 11-23. Great brewpub right across the street from the Eaton Centre. The beer is excellent and the food is in the style of the Alsace region of France, where the chain started.
  • Fresh: By Juice for Life

    Fresh: By Juice for Life

    326 Bloor Street West at Spadina
    com, Open Mo-Fr 11:30AM-10:30PM, Sa-Su 10:30AM-10:30PM. 20-30 options for fresh juice, running the gamut from Immune Boost (beets, carrot, apple, ginger) to elaborate espresso-based smoothies. Their food menu is almost entirely vegan, making it an ideal choice for veggie diners, a fact adored or despised by most visitors. Food is reasonable, juice can be expensive. $10-$20 (juice runs $5/glass).
  • Astoria Shish Kebob House

    Astoria Shish Kebob House

    390 Danforth Avenue
    One of the better Greek restaurants around.
  • The Drake Hotel

    The Drake Hotel

    1150 Queen St W
    Hotbed for Culture
  • Real Sports Bar & Grill

    Real Sports Bar & Grill

    15 York St
    Real Sports is located downtown Toronto, outside Air Canada Centre, in Maple Leaf Square. We're a 25,000 sq.ft Bar & Grill, and the largest licensed Apparel shop in the City. Check us out at or follow us, @RealSports on Twitter.
  • Joey Don Mills

    Joey Don Mills

    1090 Don Mills Rd
    The best in premium casual dining since 1992. BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Washington State. All about exceptional dining experiences. And fun.
  • Hollywood Gelato

    Hollywood Gelato

    1640 Bayview Ave
    Excellent gelato.
  • Beer Bistro

    Beer Bistro

    18 King Street East
    Over 130 ales and lagers. The dinner menu offers a wide range of appetizers and steak frites, mussel bowls, roasted knuckle of pork, seafood chowder and rabbit curry. Patio. Also open for lunch and brunch on weekends. $18-24 dinner mains.
  • Congee Queen

    Congee Queen

    2930 Steeles Ave E
    10:30AM-12AM M-Th, 10:30-1AM F-Sa, 10:00AM-12AM Su. Cheap. Always a perennial weekend favourite. Named after the Chinese breakfast dish, the restaurant also serves many other stir-fried dishes, rice plates and soup noodles. Do try and share the Seafood & Chicken with Wintermelon Super Bowl Congee with a friend.
  • Ruby Watch Co

    Ruby Watch Co

    730 Queen St. East
    We are open for dinner Tuesdays-Saturdays from 6:00-10:00 PM. For reservations, please call us anytime at 416-465-0100.
  • Bar Italia

    Bar Italia

    582 College St
    M-Th 11AM-1AM, F 11AM-2AM, Sa 10AM-2AM, Su 10AM-midnight. It's food as good as Mama used to make, well-prepared pasta, risotto, fish of the day, and a traditional favorite of sautéed mushroom salad with arugula and Parmesan. Great portions are served by cheerful staff, and in the summer, the outdoor patio makes for great alfresco dining.
  • Vivoli


    665 College St
    Rustic Italian fare served with Italian love. Staff are friendly and be sure to try some homemade pizza, straight out of the wood burning oven.
  • Cafe Diplomatico & Restaurant

    Cafe Diplomatico & Restaurant

    594 College St
    Su-Th 8AM-1AM, F-Sa 8AM-2AM. A fixture in Little Italy, Cafe Diplomatico has been serving authentic Italian food and heated political discussion for years. The patio is especially popular.


    317 Dundas St W
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  • Bar Volo

    Bar Volo

    587 Yonge St
    Mon-Fri 4pm-2am, Sat 12pm-2am, Closed Sun. Amazing selection of beers both draft and bottle, as well as a few real cask ales.
  • JOEY Eaton Centre

    JOEY Eaton Centre

    1 Dundas Street West
    The best in premium casual dining since 1992. BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Washington State. All about exceptional dining experiences. And fun.
  • &Company Resto Bar

    &Company Resto Bar

    295 Enfield Pl
    Life is about the interaction between you, your circle and your environment. &Company Resto Bar, steps away from the Square One Shopping Center, is the local hotspot for you to feed your social appetite.
  • Gusto 101

    Gusto 101

    101 Portland St
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