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7 West Café

Restaurants & cafés

A rambling three-storey hotspot where students, film-lovers and bohemian types nurse coffees into the wee hours. Known for its desserts and salads.

7 Charles Street W

Beaver Café

Restaurants & cafés

Legendary queer club promoter Will Munro has resurfaced after his Vazaleen rave days with this cute café. Though it's essentially a diner, call to ask about...

1192 Queen Street W

Bull Dog Coffee

Restaurants & cafés

A coffee shop with a subtle leather vibe and decent signature drinks. The side-street location boasts a pleasant tree-shaded patio.

89 Granby Street


Restaurants & cafés

The swankiest spot on the strip, this pale green room serves upscale bistro-style fare early in the evening, then morphs into a loud bar, complete with...

499 Church Street

Fire on the East Side

Restaurants & cafés

This casual eaterie takes its culinary cue from the Deep South: jambalaya, spicy bayou wings and Louisiana crab cakes. Set on a leafy side street, the patio...

6 Gloucester Street

Garage Sandwich Co at Pusateri's

Restaurants & cafés

A tiny, funky sandwich place that's best known for its vegetarian and meat-based chilli con carne.

497 Church Street

Lettieri Espresso Bar & Café

Restaurants & cafés

The prettiest coffee chain on the block, with outdoor tables and views of the busiest corner in the village. Grab a panini and watch the world go by.

77 Wellesley Street E

Mitzi's Café

Restaurants & cafés

In trendy Parkdale on the west side, this retro '50s diner is big on brunch and popular with women.

100 Sorauren Avenue

Mitzi's Sister

Restaurants & cafés

A bigger version of Mitzi's Café, with a licence, lots of local artwork and a big female following.

1554 Queen Street W

O'Grady's Tap & Grill

Restaurants & cafés

Skip the food, go for the street scene. The gigantic patio offers the best people-watching on the strip.

518 Church Street

Zelda's Restaurant Bar Patio

Restaurants & cafés

With zany atmosphere, cute waiters and kitsch decor, lively Zelda's is a must-see. It's a tongue-in-cheek tribute to trailer-park trash (complete with pink...

542 Church Street