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The Rooftop at the Broadview Hotel is one of our favorite ways to see the whole city with a drink and some small plates.
This Barcelona-inspired bar on College St. has good, strong cocktails and a great list of tapas to go with them.
There's no menu at Civil Liberties in Christie Pits, just bartenders who will ask you questions and then craft you a perfect cocktail.
Get Well in Little Italy, with its arcade games, vintage decor, and pizzeria in back, is a great place to spend more hours than you planned.
You'll find some of the city's craziest - and most expensive - cocktails at Barchef in Queen West.
Head to this small spot in Humewood on off hours for classic Southern food - or on Tuesdays, Fridays, or Sundays for their ribs and smoked chicken.
The sandwiches at Black Camel in Rosedale are all under $10 and made with high-quality, house-made ingredients, so pick one up for lunch.
Earlscourt on St. Clair is one of our favorite BBQ spots in Toronto - get the Pitmaster Platter and bring a few friends.
There are few better ways to start the day than with something from the all-waffle menu at Starving Artist in Humewood.
The Aburi-style sushi at Miku prominently features a blowtorch and is some of the best fish you'll eat.
Dinner at this spot in the Four Seasons are not going to be cheap, but eating pizza and pasta at Buca is one of the best ways to celebrate something.
Serving a tasting menu on the third floor of a building off Queen West, Alo is one of the best restaurant experiences in the whole city.
A spot at the ten-seat sushi bar at Yasu will require $135, a snack before, and two full hours, but it's one of the best special occasion places.
The food at Dailo, a Cantonese-French place in Little Italy, is some of the most interesting and innovative that you’ll find in the city.
Everything you eat from Rasa's always-changing menu will both surprise and impress you, and have you coming right back to this Harbord Village spot.