Janet Zuccarini first wrote headlines with her Trattoria Nervosa, which brought the original kale salad into Toronto’s consciousness.
Step into the brick-and-beam historic building with its sleek, central bar, black industrial-looking exposed pipes, and sky-high windows—and you’d swear you were in London or Paris.
Taking a step into ēst, you notice a sense of calm unusual in bustling Toronto. Once you’re seated, dishes appear tableside, as if they have been plucked directly from a Canadian forest.
Whether tippling for pleasure or for entertainment, here are five not-so-secret not-quite-hidden bars. You just need to know where to look.
A selection of hotel dining options that are worth checking out—even if you’re not checking in.
A number of belly-warming reasons to embrace the chilly weather.
Momofuku Toronto’s newest restaurant isn’t afraid to play with fire on their Colombian-inspired menu.
A new and noteworthy food and drink destination from award-winning chef Patrick Kriss.
An ambitious, considered take on Mexican cuisine and open-fire cooking in Kensington Market.