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Cano Restaurant
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Contemporary Italian | St. Clair West
FARMHOUSE Tavern
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Canadian | The Junction
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Defina Wood Fired
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Michael's on SimcoeMichael's on Simcoe
669 reviews
Steakhouse | Downtown / Entertainment District, Toronto

Outstanding!!!! Steak is the specialty but we chose a fish and pasta dish. Both were well presented and absolutely delicious. The pasta is house made and the dessert was delectable. We will most definitely return. More

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MiraMira
253 reviews
Peruvian | Downtown / Entertainment District, Toronto

Wonderful food, knowledgeable servers, a great culinary experience. More

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EstiaEstia
292 reviews
Mediterranean | Yorkville, Toronto

Went here for adult family birthday celebration. We had a fabulous roomy booth. The restaurant is beautiful, but it was very quiet, which created a little lack lustre ambiance. The food was good. Very heavy and a little too much. The service and wine selection was excellent. The signature Estia Spritz was delicious! I enjoyed my experience at Estia. More

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Tundra Restaurant & BarTundra Restaurant & Bar
636 reviews
Canadian | Downtown / Financial District, Toronto

Food excellent as always. Waiter treated my 7 year old grandniece like a young lady and not a child. Most impressive.. More

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PatriaPatria
1101 reviews
Spanish | King West, Toronto

Food out of this world and the waiter and wait staff were accommodating as we were very late due to storm. Will be my go to every time in Toronto and I live in Oregon!! MUST GO!! More

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Toronto's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
The Yellow Pear Kitchen1. The Yellow Pear Kitchen
187 reviews
Farm-to-table | St. Catharines, Niagara

It was my husband and I first time to yellow pear and we had an amazing first experience. The food and staff was amazing we will definitely be returning. More

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The Restaurant at Pearl Morissette2. The Restaurant at Pearl Morissette
248 reviews
French / Canadian | St. Catharines, Niagara

Class Act! We moved from the UK 13 years ago and this was the best Canadian dining experience yet(by far). Niagara restaurants - Watch Out! There is nothing in the Niagara region to compare with this. Here is a TEAM at work. Everyone is on the same page and there is a team leader (most important). From arrival to departure, we felt comfortable not only with the service but also with the food and drink. Everything ran like clockwork. Nobody missed a line. As they say, knowledge is everything, and everybody knew their stuff. As the menu changes for every sitting, it was clear that nothing had been left to chance. The food and wine were a delight. And, to round it off, the knock out punch - no tipping required! We will be back! More

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Yukashi Japanese Cuisine3. Yukashi Japanese Cuisine
28 reviews
Japanese | Yonge and Eglinton, Toronto

I ordered the 4 piece meal omakase and was given two extra dishes on the house. Excellent service, excellent cooking, and very awesome and friendly staff! More

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LaVinia4. LaVinia
210 reviews
Spanish | Etobicoke, Toronto

Amazing food, atmosphere and service. Will be returning More

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Mettawas Station Mediterranean Restaurant5. Mettawas Station Mediterranean Restaurant
452 reviews
Italian | South Windsor, Windsor

The restaurant had a nice selection of choices on New Year's Eve which made for a lovely dinner! More

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Toronto restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
Arthur's RestaurantArthur's Restaurant
American | Midtown / Uptown, Toronto

American inspired grill, cocktail lounge and rooftop terrace located in Midtown Toronto celebrating refined classics and indulgent signatures.More

Blackjack BBQBlackjack BBQ
Barbecue | Riverdale / Leslieville, Toronto

Welcome to Blackjack, the home of moonshine, unfiltered everything and of course, rock n' roll. If that didn't convince you, our southern grub sure will.More

Fionn MacCool's - BritanniaFionn MacCool's - Britannia
American | Mississauga, Peel Region

The Largest Irish-Canadian Restaurant Brand. Our warm hospitality welcomes you to a place where you can enjoy the best of both made in-pub food and drink in an atmosphere that encourages sharing good times with family and friends.More

GATTO Wood Oven PIZZAGATTO Wood Oven PIZZA
Pizzeria | Bloor West Village, Toronto

Handcrafted, wood-fired pizzas.More

The Annex Lobby BarThe Annex Lobby Bar
Canadian | Yorkville, Toronto

Come get your morning coffee fix with beans from Reunion Island Coffee and if you're hungry, try our balanced range of breakfast offerings in collaboration with local gurus The Tempered Room and Ripe Nutrition. Grab something to go or settle in and tap into our lightning fast wifi. At night, this cushy spot gets even more intimate. With a carefully crafted menu of shareable plates, mouthwatering cocktails, and a wine list courtesy of our in-house sommelier, featuring natural and biodynamic wines – this is where to refine your palate.More

Discover Toronto

With population rates soaring in recent years, Toronto has a developed a melting pot of a cuisine in style and flavor. With influences as broad as Korea, Venezuela, Ethiopia, and Eastern Europe, you’ll find both big-named cheffy establishments side-by-side authentic global fare. Frequently used as a backdrop for TV and movies set in New York City, this cosmopolitan food destination is not unlike NY in its serious variety, in particular in the Asian realm (a sector not to be missed on any trip to Toronto) and ubiquity of quality hotdogs. A stroll through Kensington Market showcases the city’s best food finds in a matter of a few blocks that is wholly immersive. And like NYC, if you’re hungry for it, you can find it in Canada’s biggest city.