The Best Late Night Sandwiches in Toronto
The best late night sandwiches in Toronto are are the heroes of a wild night out, fuelling party-goers into the night and providing a night cap after last call. Even in the off-hours, the breadth of sandwiches is hardly limited -- you'll find subs, smokehouse standards and hot Italian specialties at top notch takeout counters, snack bars and eateries city wide.
These are the best late night sandwiches in Toronto.
If a squishy foot long bun loaded with turkey and bacon sounds just right after a night at the bar, head to this sub shop at Yonge north of Lawrence to fill up. Open until at least half past 2 a.m. every night but Sunday, this retro sub joint is known for kicking it old school and never straying from deli meats and classic toppings. There's also a more modern location on King West. More »
This Italian bakery and hot counter is open around the clock, which means that a veal sandwich smothered in red sauce and loaded onto a fresh bun is always an option. The outlet near Keele and Eglinton boasts a mighty fine deli counter too, and they’ll craft sandwiches to order morning, noon and night. More »
The Loosey and the Bulgogi Cheese Steak are the sanwiches of choice at this late night Ossington joint. The first is like a mini Mac on toast while the second melds sweetly marinated Korean ribs with the greasy, cheesy influence of Philly. Thankfully, the kitchen is open right up until last call. More »
Among the selection of snacks at this Queen West bar are sliders on offer until last call Tuesday to Saturday. There’s seven signature flavours to choose from including the Granny Smith chicken Caesar and the chimichurri steak. More »
Japanese curry moto buns and pork katsu buns are on the menu until 2 a.m. at this snack bar just off Dundas West. The latter is especially crave-worthy featuring panko-crusted and deep fried pork belly on a coco bun topped with remoulade and lettuce. More »
This Dundas West snack shop is all about epic late night eats served until 4 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Sandwiches are no exception and are known to feature things like your standard club sandwich but loaded onto a waffle or glazed doughnut. More »
Also on Dundas West, this late night eatery keep hours until 4 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays (and until 2 a.m. on Thursdays). The sandwich selection consists of saucy pulled pork or tender roasted chicken on a bun loaded with slaw. More »