Summer in Toronto saw dozens of notable new restaurant openings that will surely keep us satisfied all fall and into winter.
As our cravings turn with the seasons, here are our top picks for where you should eat this fall.
The British pub from the folks behind Parts & Labour is open now for brunch, lunch, dinner, and drinks. Go for the seasonal comfort foods like mushrooms on toast, bangers & mash, and cauliflower Tikka Masala.
Address: 287 Richmond Street West Toronto
Argentine favourites including choripan, empanadas, and steaks doused in chimmichurri are whats in store at Toronto’s newest parilla.
Address: 930 Queen Street West, Toronto
Drawing inspiration from Morocco and Spain, Israel and beyond, this new restaurant on Ossington is serving up a menu featuring fresh baked bread, mezze, harrisa meatballs, and more.
Address: 229 Ossington Avenue, Toronto
Conquer seafood towers and triumph over Wagyu Filet Tastings inside a castle! The new upscale dining destination set inside Casa Loma is a top attraction at this Toronto landmark.
Address: 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto
Ultra-fresh beers in pints, flights, and to-go formats along with a killer menu from Chef Mark Cutrara make this new brewhouse a must. On the menu, snacks ranging from beer nuts and jerky to oxtail Jamaican patties and charcuterie boards, plus burgers, steaks, and more.
Address: 115 Bathurst Street, Toronto
The Caribbean-Asian joint on Dundas West reopened after more than a year of being shuttered due to a devastating fire. The reopening marks the return of Jamaican Patty Double Downs and Pierogi-style kimchi potstickers
Address: 794 Dundas Street West, Toronto
South East Asian small plates are on the menu at this all-day joint in Little Italy. We’ve thoroughly sampled the offerings and recommend the Thai style fish and cassava chips and tempura pad thai slaw as standouts.
Address: 651 College Street, Toronto
A la carte and omakase menus from this new seasonal Japanese spot in Harbord Village includes sushi and sashimi along with locally sourced yasai (veggies).
Address: 379 Harbord Street, Toronto
This old school Red Sauce spot is serving up all the carbs we crave as the seasons turn. Veal sandwiches, meatballs, and spaghetti are on the menu and must-tries this fall.
Address: 1281 Bloor Street West, Toronto
Quan Ju De, aka QJD Peking Duck, opened its first ever Canadian restaurant in Markham over the summer. The international chain is known for 400 styles of crispy, smoke-kissed, stove-roasted duck and feasts fit for royalty.
Address: 7095 Woodbine Avenue, Markham
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