Hungry for the new taste of Toronto? With a pinch from this neighborhood and a dash from that one, you can craft your own day of fusion.
Classy Victorian architecture sets the tone for some of the coolest eating spaces.
It's raw, warehousey, and cheap, and billed as the next West Queen West.
Vietnamese: Pho Huong (394 Pacific Ave.)
An eclectic jumble of grocers, cafes, bars, and shops where you can pick up ingredients (tortillas, coffee, Asian fruits) or sit down for a whole meal (burritos of a lifetime, lazy brunch).
The current heartbeat of the food world resides in this super hot 'hood.
Old mafioso meets new-age club kids. Makes for some interesting people-watching.
Revitalized Little Poland has cleared away pierogies and cabbage for fancy coffee, but eateries still retain a cozy, homegrown vibe.
Proximity to the enormous park is key for post-lunch napping.
Truly Canadian: Foxley (207 Ossington Ave.)
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