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The owners of a Kensington Market storefront are keeping the old tenant, sort of.
A new app by a local developer may make the City's restaurant-inspection data a little too accessible.
Wind chill got you down? Find refuge beside a fire at any of these fine drinking establishments.
A thrifty downtown diner encouraged efficiency among its clientele.
Long-time fans will notice changes when they go the Exhibition Place "castle" for dinner and a joust.
Small business success isn't all about longevity, as the mastermind behind Come and Get It restaurant sets out to prove.
The celebrity restaurateur says plans for the Toronto branch of his Momofuku empire are still in flux, and he likes it that way.
Popular Vietnamese sandwich shop Banh Mi Boys returns with new food and a new look.
Judge will decide tomorrow whether to grant an injunction that would give the Real Jerk more time at its current location.
From shipyard to sizzling food, the story of the last classic Humber Bay hospitality spot.
But curried goat hopefully not lost forever.
Dishcrawl is a hot ticket for Toronto's foodies, with samplings at four different restaurants in one night. Just like its alcohol-based namesake, it's fun and friendly, but pace yourself if you want to make it home.
Good food and good causes come together at a popular Church Street café.
Where to get food during TIFF, on the cheap or on the not-so-cheap
After rating hundreds (yes, hundreds) of Flash-laden, non-mutable, overdone sites, we bring you some of the worst, and a couple that got it right.