Japanese noodles are even better with gyoza and kimchee.
Latin American empanadas washed down with Mexican Coke—yum!
The classic peameal bacon sandwich is pure Canadiana.
Polish sausage, spicy Italian and veggie are Toronto twists on a street classic.
Feast on traditional Thai just a stone’s throw from Yonge-Dundas Square.
An inspired menu and 9,000-bottle wine cellar make it a culinary landmark.
Trust the chef and choose the four-course tasting menu at this Leslieville locavore hot spot.
This popular ramen resto’s surprising hit is the group dinner: a by-reservation-only duo of fried chicken—one Korean-style, the other Southern—with all the fixings.
Charcuterie and cocktails now, dancing after. (Or is it the other way around?)
Scarf down artsy sweets and coffee-based bevvies at this GreekTown dessert bar.
Late-night caviar, vodka and cherry perogies, served to DJ beats.
Late-night BBQ duck and mango shakes beckon.
Crispy pig’s ears and thrice-cooked fries fuel the party at this see-and-be-seen bar.
Now’s the perfect time for buttermilk fried chicken, right?
With its 24-hour brunch and milkshake menu, The Lakeview is a late-night institution.
Korean bulgogi and bibimbap are the perfect fuel for a madcap, non-stop night.
Pita pizzas, pastas and salads: any time of day or night, 365 and 24/7!
All-day breakfast to start the workday… or cap an epic night out.
Eggy delights like omelettes, eggs Benny and Florentine arrive promptly at this biz-district diner.
Locals credit this quaint Riverside bakery and café with the best baguettes this side of the Right Bank.
This Parkdale brunch spot has a laid-back vibe and killer coffee.
This neighbourhood café serves up succulent French toast on a tree-shaded patio.
If 11 a.m. feels too early to eat, order the “hangover helper” burger.