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The best late night souvlaki and gyros in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / March 30, 2016

souvlaki torontoThe best late night souvlaki and gyros in Toronto are the perfect way to cap off an evening out on the town. Not only are these spit-roasted delicacies light on your wallet, but they're also filled with bold flavours, fire-licked meats, garlic sauce, chopped salad and sometimes fries or feta.

Here is the list of the best late night souvlaki and gyros in Toronto.

Tzatziki

Tzatziki

Find this Greek diner in Pape Village shaving chicken and pork gyro off the spit and firing up skewers of souvlaki until 5 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Topped to order with the usual assortment of chopped vegetables, garlicky tzatziki and fries, these sandwiches are as messy as they are satisfying. More »

Messini

Messini

This Greektown mainstay is home to big fat Greek favourites like chicken, pork and lamb gyros bundled in puffy pita bread. They're available until 1 a.m. on weekends. The mixed meat option is a standout and it features chicken and pork served together in a pita topped with onions, tomatoes, tzatziki and fries. More »

Square Boy

Square Boy

Souvlaki and gyro sandwiches on pita bread or on garlic-buttered buns are what you should order at this Danforth diner that's open until just after midnight all week long. If you're feeling extra hungry, order piles of shaved meat or skewers on a plate packed with Greek salad and fries. More »

Alexandros Take Out

Alexandros Take Out

This no-frills, cash-only spot with locations on the Danforth and Queens Quay caters to the after-bar crowd, serving up Greek-to-go until 5 a.m. on weekends and until 4 a.m. during the week. Its brisk business attests to the popularity of its feta and oregano topped Greek fries and overstuffed gyro pitas available with pork or chicken. More »

Vesta Lunch

Vesta Lunch

This 24-hour institution at Bathurst and Dupont has been serving diner staples off its backlit menu board since 1955. Highlights include overstuffed pitas filled with grilled lamb, beef gyros and chicken souvlaki. You can always add a side of fries to your order. More »

Souv Like

Souv Like

Thumbs up for this Pape Village eatery, open until 5 a.m on Friday and Saturday nights. Among the many easy-to-like options on the menu, you'll find pork, chicken and lamb gyros, plus spit-roasted chicken and pork kontosouvli in wraps dressed with tzatziki and fresh veggies. More »

Esquire Restaurant

Esquire Restaurant

This diner at Victoria Park and Sheppard can be found bustling until 4 a.m on weekends and until 2 a.m from Monday to Thursday. Here you’ll find gyros and souvlaki (in pork and chicken varieties) on buns, in pita or on platters with salad and french fries or rice and potatoes. More »

Corrado's

Corrado's

Located in the heart of the Club District, this purveyor of late night eats offers an eclectic menu of Italian and Greek specialties Thursday through Saturday until 4 a.m. Pork or chicken souvlaki nestled into pita and Chicago-style gyro cost less than $10 each. More »

Sizzling Grill

Sizzling Grill

This casual grill is open until at least 2 a.m. and serves up reliable fare to Parkdale's hungry post-bar masses. Here, you can grab a pita packed with crispy grilled beef and lamb gyros or spice-marinated chicken souvlaki with fresh chopped salad, tzatziki and optional tabouleh. More »

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