The Best Late Night Sandwiches in Toronto
The best late night sandwiches in Toronto are portable meals best tackled with two hands, a pile of napkins, and hunger sharpened by hours without rest. Positively packed with a range of toppings, these hot or cold stomach saviours can energize or tranquilize — and always hit the spot.
Here are the best late night sandwiches in Toronto.
Hulking and old-fashioned, the subs at this Yonge and Lawrence spot swap pretension for fresh ingredients, traditional combos, and an attractive price point. Visit until 2 a.m. Monday to Thursday, or 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and choose from a variety of classic, signature, and premium subs.
Those who know, know that the best way to end a night out is with a stop at this West Queen West jount. Whether you opt for a spicy fried chicken sandwich with coleslaw, pickles, hot sauce and a liberal glob of ranch, or a poultry-based take on a Big Mac, there's no wrong order. Enjoy them until midnight Sundays through Wednesdays, 2 a.m. on Thursdays, 4 a.m. on Fridays, and 3 a.m. on Saturdays.
If breakfast foods give late night ramblings more of an up-and-at-em feel, this 24-hour mainstay at 1548 Bayview won't disappoint. Montreal-style bagels — with toppings ranging from basic cream cheese to a stack of Italian deli meats, cheese, onion and peppers — sate every type of craving.
Head to Cityplace for flavours of the Caribbean until midnight or 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Built on supple coco bread, the team's succulent jerk chicken sandwich is layered with meat, coleslaw, tomato, onion, and signature spicy mayo, but there are fried chicken, jerk pork, and bbq chicken options also on offer.
Cold and hot halal sandwiches — stacked high enough to make Dagwood himself drool — can be found at the North York outpost of this chain until midnight Sunday to Thursday, and 1 a.m. on Saturdays. With beef, chicken, tomato, lettuce, pickles, potato sticks, and special sauce, the Haida Special is a true monster of a meal.
With a name that translates to "filling" or "fat" in Farsi, it's no wonder that weighty sandwiches are this North York spot's claim to fame. Settle in for a hearty sandwich big enough to feed you and a friend before midnight Friday to Sunday. Crammed with myriad ingredients from Angus beef steak to beef cocktail sausage, each hot and cold sub provides enough textures and flavours to satisfy.
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