The Best Late Night Sandwiches in Toronto
The best late night sandwiches in Toronto can be the heros of a wild night out, providing fuel to keep the party going or the satisfying end after last call. Even in the off-hours, the breadth of flavours and varieties is hardly limited; grilled cheese, classic subs, slow-cooked pulled meats and Banh Mi are easily found on late night menus across the city; proving that Toronto's top notch take-out counters, diners and snackbars aren't just last resorts, but destinations in their own right.
Here is the list of best late night sandwiches in Toronto.
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Smokehouse favourites have hungry late night revelers queued up at Lou’s two locations (King West and Gerrard East) until the wee morning hours – both are open until 4am on weekends. Of the house specialties, the Smoked Beef Brisket ($9) and Pulled Pork ($7) are main draw of the meat-centric menu. More »
Barton Snacks might be best known for serving up diminutive hot dogs and tacos until 3am (4am on weekends) seven days (ahem, nights) a week, but sandwiches here are the real unsung heros. For a more substantial bite, opt for the slow cooked Beef Brisket ($9) or Jerk Pulled Pork ($8) on a coco bun. More »
This beloved dive (open until at least 3am everyday except Sunday), has been in business for almost 40 years serving up inexplicably tasty submarine sandwiches that predate the standardized chain versions that have otherwise ruined all interest in subs for me. Those in the know swear by the Bacon Sub ($7) or opt for the namesake Belly Buster that comes topped with salami, roast beef and mushrooms ($7.25). Additional fresh toppings discretional. More »
The Loosey ($7) and the Bulogi Cheese Steak ($7) are the sammies of choice at this late night Ossington haunt. The first is like a mini Mac on toast where the second is melds sweetly marinated Korean ribs with the greasy, cheesy influence of Philly. Thankfully, the kitchen is open right up until last call. More »
This Italian bakery and hot table is the place to go for not just a decent, but absolutely awesome veal ($6.25) or breaded chicken cutlet ($6.50) sandwich at any ungodly of hour of the night. Both North York locations are open 24-hours a day, 7-days a week for whenever a craving strikes. More »
After last call, the Dundas West bar crowd heads to this reliable, 24-hour eatery to feast on sammies like, the ever satisfying Fried Cornflake ChIcken ($13) and the peameal and melted cheddar topped, Captain Canuck ($9.50). Served with fries and greens, these big portions offer convenience, deliciousness and value in equal parts. More »
This sandwich shop might claim to be a healthy choice, but don't be fooled. Most of the hot and cold footlongs on the menu thankfully come with inch-thick layers of meat and are then topped with cheese, special sauce and gratuitously seasoned, fried potato sticks. Craveable menu entires include the stomach fortifying, Pizza Sandwich ($9) and Hot Beef ($9). Open until 4am on weekends. More »
Be prepared to jostle for service at this popular Bathurst and Queen snackbar because the tiny space draws a hungry crowd for re-imagined, miniaturized classics served sans cutlery. The ever evolving menu makes it hard to pin down one specific strength, but renditions of Banh Mi, Rubens and Mini Macs are prime examples of how the sandwiches here excel. More »
Even delivery is available right up until close at the Dundas East location of this fast-food rotisserie – open until 4am, Monday through Saturday (until 2am on Sundays). Here, heaping BBQ chicken or smoked meat sandwiches are priced at only $7.25. The original Annex outpost (owned independently) is cheaper still for its similar menu, but sadly only open until midnight most nights. More »