The restaurants and shops of Toronto's King Street West entertainment district at night

Restaurants

Dig into Toronto’s decadent food scene.

Toronto’s multicultural roots are deliciously reflected in over 7,500 restaurants across 158 neighbourhoods. This is a true eater’s city. Bring your appetite so you can sample culinary experiences for every taste and graze on boundless options from sunrise to way past sundown. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or sumptuous multi-course tasting menu, the city’s kitchens are renowned for their global influences and extraordinary cooking talent. Toronto’s bar, lounge and club culture contributes to a vibrant nightlife, while buzzing café and craft-brewery scenes offer the perfect inroads to neighbourhood exploration. 

More Dining Options

More Dining Options

Friends dining on the patio at El Catrin restaurant in Toronto's Distillery District

Outdoor Dining

From boozy brunches to leisurely nightcaps, Toronto’s patios add ambiance to your cocktail,...

A couple enjoys a drink and food at the Lobby Bar in Hotel X, Toronto

Romantic

From cozy cafés to candlelit bistros, there’s a romantic Toronto restaurant for every...

A family dining together in a downtown Toronto restaurant

Family-Friendly

Don’t want to sacrifice quality for crayons? Thankfully in Toronto you don’t have to....

The food court inside Loblaws at Maple Leaf Gardens

Budget-Friendly

Finding a good place to eat without breaking the bank is no easy task, especially in a new city....

Desserts at Peace Treats on Ossington Avenue

Kid Friendly

Choosing an appropriate restaurant for a family outing can often be an ordeal, especially for...

Steel Cut Coffee Food Truck

Food Trucks

For tasty meals on wheels keep an eye out for these delicious food trucks during your visit. 

A flight of craft beers at Toronto's Mill Street Brewery

Food & Beer Tours

Turn your tour into a moveable feast with any of these delicious and thirst-quenching excursions.

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