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The Best Pizza Slice in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / December 17, 2014

pizza slice torontoThe best pizza slice in Toronto is hot from the oven and ready for immediate consumption at take-out counters, family restaurants and Italian bakeries around the city. Whether your personal slice of heaven is a greasy foldable slice of pepperoni, or a smorgasbord of authentic al taglio squares, this list recognizes classic street foods alongside some exotic and gourmet highlights.

Here are the best pizza slices in Toronto.

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The Best Steak Frites in Toronto

Posted by Derek Flack / December 15, 2014

steak frites torontoThe best steak frites in Toronto is all about simplicity. Meat and potatoes and nothing else, save for the occasional aioli. The bistro staple is done with a variety of steak cuts in Toronto, though flank and flat irons are the most popular. You can blow lots of money on beef in this city at any one of our better steakhouses, but the more casual steak frites can still be completely satisfying if well prepared. In fact, the lesser cuts commonly used in these under $30 dishes are chock-full of meaty flavour, easily coaxed out by a capable chef.

Here are the best steak frites in Toronto.

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The best steakhouses in Toronto
The best steak tartare in Toronto
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The Best Vintage Furniture Stores in Toronto

Posted by Natalia Manzocco / December 12, 2014

vintage furniture torontoThe best vintage furniture stores in Toronto are a portal to the past, hand-picking iconic finds from last century for the modern home (specifically, yours). Toronto's appetite for '60s Scandinavian design remains particularly strong - but if you don't dig Danish teak, no problem. The perfect piece for your cheery '50s kitchen or lounge-lizard living room is out there - provided you're ready to do a little digging. Take that, IKEA.

Here are the best vintage furniture stores in Toronto.

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The Best Cheap Eats in Woodbridge

Posted by Guest Contributor / December 10, 2014

cheap eats woodbridgeThe best cheap eats in Woodbridge all have an Italian flair - not surprising given the high concentration of Italian-Canadians that call the city home. As someone who's lived and eaten in Woodbridge her entire life, I'd consider myself highly qualified to comment on all the deliciousness that the restaurants here have to offer. For those who don't hail from the land of carbs and pastries, listed below are the best bang for your buck in Italian cuisine, from soup to nuts.

Here are the best cheap eats in Woodbridge.

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The Best Latin American Cafes and Bakeries in Toronto

Posted by Erinn Beth Langille / December 8, 2014

latin american torontoThe best Latin American bakeries and cafes in Toronto offer tastes of home for the many South American communities in the GTA, but they also open their doors to newcomers who have opened their eyes, and their tastebuds, to the region's vibrant cuisines.

From big bakeries to tiny cafes to supermarkets with tucked away counters to Cookie Martinez's container stall, each location sells their signature take on traditional goods like alfajores, arepas, churros, empanadas and more. Those may be the familiar favourites, but take a step into the unknown, ask the helpful owners, bakers and servers what to try, and you'll be rewarded greatly.

Here are the best Latin American bakeries and cafes in Toronto.

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The Best Ethiopian Restaurants in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / December 5, 2014

Ethiopian TorontoThe best Ethiopian restaurants in Toronto faithfully represent the communal dining traditions of this East African nation. Expect a feast for the senses; from the vibrant assortment of wot presented over spongy injera bread to the custom of eating with your hands and feeding your friends.

Diverse flavours will range from crunchy fresh salads and saucy stews to spicy meats and, of course the whole experience is best finished off with the traditional coffee ceremony often fragranced by beans roasted table-side or with incense burned for extra impact.

Here are the best Ethiopian restaurants in Toronto.
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