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The Best Late Night Poutine in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / March 18, 2016

poutine torontoThe best late night poutine in Toronto showcases the ultimate comfort food in its best light - after dark. Long past midnight and once fortified with a few drinks, this satisfying mess of carbs, gooey cheese and gravy looks more attractive than ever.

Here is the best late night poutine in Toronto.

Poutini's

Poutini's

Open until at least 3 a.m. on weekends, Poutini's offers six varieties ($5.30-10) including a classic constructed in layers to achieve a thorough coating of gooey melted cheese and gravy in every bite. Optional enhancements include add-ons like bacon and maple syrup or variations like a loaded baked potato with sour cream, bacon and chives. More »

Smoke's Poutinerie

Smoke's Poutinerie

This chain of poutineries boasts locations across the GTA that keep hours until 3 a.m. or 4 a.m. on weekends. The menu offers 25+ novel spins on the traditional Quebecois snack food (think steak stroganoff or chicken fajita) and is known to overload cardboard takeout boxes to maximum capacity. Prices start at $6. More »

Poutineville

Poutineville

This Quebec import in the Annex is perfectly positioned to satisfy poutine pangs after last call. Find the eatery open until after 3 a.m. on weekends, serving up piles of fries smothered with squeaky cheese curds and gravy in a dozen specialty styles like the very appropriate Hangover Cure topped with bacon, sausage, minced beef, and a sunny side up egg. More »

The Lakeview

The Lakeview

This 24-hour diner at Dundas and Ossington does poutine six different ways ($7.50-12). Expect to find variations that toss sweet potato fries into the mix or pile on extras like pulled pork or smoked meat and maple caramelized onions. More »

Thompson Diner

Thompson Diner

Peking duck poutine ($12.95) is a standout on the late night menu at this 24-hour diner in the Bathurst and King area. Here the dish comprises a mess of fries under hoisin duck gravy with crispy duck skins, black sesame seeds, and green onions. More »

Lou Dawg's

Lou Dawg's

This student-friendly smokehouse on Gerrard puts a southern spin on the ultimate late night comfort food. Here, the housemade chicken gravy is subtly smoky and the fresh cheese curds are applied generously. The "Loutine" comes in two sizes ($6 and $11), plus the option to smother it all with pulled pork, meaty beans or chili cheese. More »

Junked Food Co.

Junked Food Co.

Find this takeout snack bar on Dundas West open until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. The menu features six different poutines (from $8.45) built on seasoned fries or tater tots and smothered in a classic combo of cheese curds and gravy and extras like Dr. Pepper pulled pork and slaw. More »

Come and Get It

Come and Get It

Open until last call every day but Monday, this Queen St. snack bar is the place to find mini-poutines ($5.25) loaded with creative toppings like chimichurri steak, mango jerk chicken, chipotle pulled pork and more. More »

7 West

7 West

The all night eatery just off Yonge St. is the place to go to dine-in at any hour. The namesake poutine ($10.95) starts with a pile of home fries and then sticks to the tried and true formula of cheese curds and basic gravy. More »

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