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The Best Locavore Restaurants in Toronto

The best locavore restaurants in Toronto will fill you up both physically and spiritually - you always feel better after eating a meal that's good for you and the environment. Many of these spots are vegan, but with creative menus and plates, they' satisfy even ardent carnivores. Just you wait.

Here are the best locavore restaurants in Toronto.



Fresh
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Fresh

With locations throughout the city, Fresh is one of Toronto's most well-known mini chains. Its bowls and onion rings are locally famous, as are its various cold-pressed juices, smoothies and tofu scrambles.

Cool Hand of a Girl
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Cool Hand of a Girl

This cafe and restaurant in the Junction dedicates itself to serving up locally sourced, organic ingredients whenever possible. If you're in the neighbourhood, pop by for a Mexican-style meal for breakfast or lunch.


Ruby Watchco
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Ruby Watchco

Celebrity chef Lynn Crawford's Riverside restaurant features a different prix fixe menu each and every night. Dinner here isn't cheap, but you won't leave hungry after you feast on plate after plate of seasonal fare.


The Beet
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The Beet

The Beet is another spot in the Junction that serves organic and locally sourced meals. Every wrap, sandwich and salad bowl here is made with a conscientous attitidue to the Earth, but the real bonus is just how delightful the menu tastes.


Live Organic Food Bar (Liberty Village)
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Live Organic Food Bar (Liberty Village)

Eating mostly raw and organic food doesn't have to be boring, especially if you dine at one of Live Organic Food Bar's two Toronto locations. Try a salad or go for a protein-filled bowl if you're feeling especially peckish.

Thrive Organic Kitchen
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Thrive Organic Kitchen

This massive space on the Lake Shore features ample seating and a lounge area if you're looking to kick back with a coffee and a vegan treat. It also offers up bigger meals, like burgers and wraps, if you want something more substantial.



Kupfert & Kim (Spadina)
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Kupfert & Kim (Spadina)

This Financial District's wheat-less, meatless hotspot is popular at lunchtime thanks to its massive, veggie-filled boxes as well as its smoothies, curries and quinoa porridge. Head to the standalone Spadina store to eat in, or take out from one of its PATH locations.

Apiecalypse Now! (Bloor St.)
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Apiecalypse Now! (Bloor St.)

Locally sourced, vegan food doesn't have to be healthy. Just take Apiecalypse, and its addictive Big Mac-style pizza, as an example. This small shop across from Christie Pits Park will satisfy the hungriest of diners with its selection of over-the-top pies and doughnuts.


Hibiscus Cafe
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Hibiscus Cafe

This charming spot on Augusta is well-known for its 42 ingredient salad. It also features an array of meal options on its vegan menu, including soup, lots of sweet and savoury crepes, and ice cream.

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