Japanese noodles are even better with gyoza and kimchee.
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.