The sprawling dining scene in Toronto is more diverse and promising than ever. This year, a handful of 20-something chefs who trained at the city’s old-guard establishments broke out on their own with original, low-rent restaurants in Roncesvalles, Bloorcourt Village and Cabbagetown. New Italian places—some quaint and friendly, others opulent and expensive—outpaced bistros by an… Read more »
Where to Eat Now 2012
This year, a handful of sandwich-centric restaurants tapped into the primitive appeal of meat plus bun. Here, five hearty two-handers.
With a new pizza place opening nearly every month, the city is now loaded with chewy, blistered, wood-fired pies. Here, our favourite five.
Every chef and his sous found inspiration in Mexican street food this year. Here, five high-piled tostadas that had us ordering seconds.
This year, a fleet of new trucks raised street food standards in the GTA. Trouble is, they’re always on the move. Here, the top 10 and their Twitter handles (so you’ll never miss another taco, burger or brownie).