Toronto - Downtown Restaurants
9 Church St, Toronto, ON M5E 1W1
$$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick
El Loco is a new Mexican restaurant in Toronto’s East end. We serve an authentic Mexican menu that will bring joy to any food lover, along with an extensive list of tequilas and mezcal stocked behind the bar. Come and enjoy the great atmosphere, amazing cocktails, friendly service, and the tasty dishes.
33 Gerrard St W, Toronto, ON M5G1Z4
$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick
T| BAR exudes a warm and inviting atmosphere while offering a refined dining experience, perfect for a pre-dinner beverage or late-night cocktail. On weekdays it’s a great spot for a sit-down breakfast, offering something for all tastes. Stop by for lunch during the week to enjoy the authentic Indian Curry Buffet serving traditional dishes, all made in house. Weekend a la carte breakfast consists of everything from pastries to traditional breakfast fare, best paired with one of the five signature Caesars unique to the Chelsea Hotel.
35 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5J 3B2
$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick Private Room Outdoor Seating
Located about 50 yards south of the Scotia Bank Centre – we are an urban take on the traditional pub. With handcrafted cocktails and quality craft beer behind the bar….gastro-pub grub combined with some classic pub favourites from the kitchen, THE FOX is the perfect spot for a quick pre-game meal or stay a watch the game with us! HD screens in all the right corners…and friendly service at your table, THE FOX is the ideal environment for foodies and sports fans alike!
1242 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1X5
Smoke Signals Barbeque specializes in southern barbecue. We devote a meticulous level of detail to the process of smoking meat. Our wood for our fires are hand-selected – to us, it’s as important as any ingredient. Then, we select the best meats, and prepare them perfectly for cooking under low heat for hours in our wood burning pits. Our side dishes are cooked with the finest ingredients and tended to with the utmost care. In the end, our recipe is really very simple: is it f*cking delicious?
7 Elm Street, Toronto, SC 511
Born in Brantford and began his career as a short-order cook in a circus railroad dining car and ran a hot dog stand at Wasaga Beach on Georgian Bay. In 1954 he moved to Toronto as chef at the Le Baron steak house. In 1959 he opened his own restaurant on Elm Street in Toronto. It attracted Hollywood and international film stars. His patrons included Rudolf Nureyev, James Beard and many of Canada's premiers.