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The top 5 new late night eats in Toronto for 2016 (so far)

There's no shortage of late night eats joints in Toronto. With new spots popping up all over the city it's easier than ever to satisfy your hunger when it strikes after midnight. From pulled pork poutine to Asian snack food, there's lots of options here.

Here are my picks for the top new late night eats in Toronto.

Three Hands
This new bar is serving up Canadian food and cocktails 'til 2 a.m. Chow down on black bean pork ribs, jerk octopus salad or watermelon wasabi fried chicken.

Petit Potato
If you find yourself hungry in North York in the wee hours of the night this Taiwanese-Japanese restaurant will satisfy cravings for wings, omurice and over the top desserts.

The Greater Good
From the crew behind Get Well, this Geary Avenue bar comes with a North of Brooklyn pizza counter slinging pies until 2 a.m.

Macho Radio Bar
Toronto's newest Tex-Mex joint in CityPlace is serving a late night eats menu until 2 a.m. Snack on chips and guacamole, mini tostadas, flatbreads and salads.

Poutini's House of Poutine
One of Toronto's top poutine purveyors has landed on King West. Fill up on fries topped with everything from pulled pork to maple syrup.

What did I miss? Add your favourite new late night eats destination to the comments.

Lead photo of Petit Potato by Hector Vasquez.


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