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Allen's

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Toronto has no shortage of Irish pubs; this one's classy, polished-oak Manhattan feel is a nod to New York's famous bar of the same name. Regulars crowd the...

143 Danforth Avenue

Foundation Room

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Bars & pubs, Restaurants & cafés

Taking its cue from the Moroccan casbah, this subterranean dine-and-dance cave is awash in warm hues, pillow-lined banquettes and Buddha Bar muzak....

119 Church Street

Gallery Grill

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Restaurants & cafés

From the vertiginous balcony, you can look down into Hart House's elegant oak-panelled Great Hall and ponder the academic life. U of T faculty and students...

7 Hart House Circle

Gamelle

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Restaurants & cafés

Just up the street from Little Italy's collection of middling eateries and fleeting darlings is this charming Mediterranean bistro. Owner Jean-Pierre...

468 College Street

Gladstone Hotel

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Hotels

Teen queens, tree-huggers and wannabe rockers are bunking down on West Queen West, along with prudish Victorians, bikers and fans of faux fur. Following a...

1214 Queen Street W

Grano

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Restaurants & cafés

This neighbourhood trattoria, going strong for 20 years, is a family affair - in many ways, the fifth child of owners Robert and Lucia Martella. Regulars...

2035 Yonge Street

Howard Johnson Downtown

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Hotels

Your best bet for staying in Yorkville on a budget. Though located right next door to swanky Hazelton Lanes, this chain hotel has homely rooms - the...

89 Avenue Road

Jamie Kennedy Wine Bar

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Restaurants & cafés

Chef Jamie Kennedy is a local legend. His superlative cooking is inspired by a passion for local, artisan-produced foods. Now there are three spots for fans...

9 Church Street

Le Select Bistro

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Restaurants & cafés

This quintessentially Paris-style bistro, long a haunt of the Queen West set, packed up in the summer of 2006 and headed to a new, discreet location. The...

432 Wellington Street W

Osgoode Hall

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Restaurants & cafés

Set behind a great lawn and cast-iron fence, the stately Osgoode Hall houses the Law Society of Upper Canada. Past a security check - no passport needed -...

2nd Floor

Oyster Boy

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Restaurants & cafés

This narrow hideaway in the heart of West Queen West supplies superior seafood in a friendly retro bar. The menu has few surprises, and not many options for...

872 Queen Street W

Patachou

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Restaurants & cafés

Few of the New World patrons had ever seen a croissant when Patachou opened its doors a quarter of a century ago. To this day, Patachou's pastries are fit...

1120 Yonge Street

Rodney's Oyster House

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Restaurants & cafés

A transplant from the East Coast, Rodney Clark imported his dad's oysters before opening his own joint. Rodney's is one of the city's first, and most...

469 King Street W

SOMA

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Restaurants & cafés, Shops

A café, chocolate shop and epicurean temple rolled into one, this unique spot is the brainchild of a pastry chef and his designer wife. David Castellan and...

55 Mill Street

Torito Tapas Bar

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Restaurants & cafés

Toronto has finally warmed to tapas. Although many interpretations stray far from the genuine Spanish article, this Kensington hangout balances Latin...

276 Augusta Avenue
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