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Cava

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Restaurants & cafés

Sometimes Toronto latches on to trends in an embarrassing way - too late, too much, not too good. The city's new-found love of tapas is a case in point, but...

1560 Yonge Street

Chiado

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Restaurants & cafés

Some people forget that College Street is as Iberian as it is Italian. And this elegant, formal restaurant is devoted exclusively to Portuguese cuisine. The...

864 College Street

Cosmopolitan Toronto

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Hotels

Tucked away on a quiet downtown street, this new boutique hotel cultivates its serenity seriously - and stylishly. With an incense menu, yoga mats and a...

8 Colborne Street

Drake Hotel

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Restaurants & cafés

The menu items are as varied as the places to eat at this multi-purpose hotspot. There's the sidewalk café, lunch and evening lounges, a sushi bar, a dining...

1150 Queen Street W

Drake Hotel

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Bars & pubs, Restaurants & cafés

This trendy boutique hotel got the buzz going in West Queen West a few years ago, and it's still going strong. There's a Euro-style lounge, sushi bar, café,...

1150 Queen Street W

Drake Hotel

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Hotels

If you've spent more than three seconds in Toronto you'll have heard of the Drake. Once a flophouse, the 19-room property was transformed by ex-dotcommer...

1150 Queen Street W

Fairmont Royal York Hotel

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Hotels

When it opened in 1929, this was the largest and tallest building in the British Empire. Although it's now dwarfed by banking towers, the hotel's...

100 Front Street W

Hôtel Le Germain Toronto

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Hotels

The Le Germain group specialises in creating Euro-style boutique hotels; it owned award-winning properties in Montreal and Quebec before opening this...

30 Mercer Street

Lai Wah Heen

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Restaurants & cafés

Dim-sum trolleys are wheeled out all over Chinatown at the weekend in Toronto, but none of the food is as fine as the fare at Lai Wah Heen (though you'll...

Metropolitan Hotel Toronto

Le Meridien King Edward

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Hotels

Architect EJ Lennox, who also built Casa Loma and Old City Hall, sure knew how to show off. Guests look up in awe as they pass through the soaring marble...

37 King Street E

Lee

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Restaurants & cafés

Susur Lee, the local fusion superstar, has given his fans a gift: an affordable alternative to his more famous restaurant, Madeleine's. The master works...

603 King Street W

Novotel Toronto Centre

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Hotels

The solid, unpretentious Novotel offers good value and location for the money. The traditional lobby comes with bar, gift shop and liveried concierge...

45 The Esplanade

Pangaea

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Restaurants & cafés

Although this is one of the busiest parts of town, there are precious few places to eat around Bay and Bloor, so upmarket Pangaea stands out. Join the suits...

1221 Bay Street

Renaissance Toronto Hotel Downtown

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Hotels

The Renaissance is built into the fabric of the Rogers Centre, the stadium that's home to the Blue Jays baseball team, the Toronto Argonauts football team...

1 Blue Jays Way

Starfish Oyster Bed and Grill

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Restaurants & cafés

You know you're in good hands when the owner holds the title of world champion shucker. Patrick McMurray relishes all things briny. The maritime decor and...

100 Adelaide Street E
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