Here, an eating tour along Dundas Street West, an idiosyncratic road in Toronto's Little Portugal area.

Eat & Drink in Toronto


Grant van Gameren and Jennifer Agg offer creative prix fixe menus and vertical wine tastings at this new spot in their Hoof Cafe space (right).

Toronto's Atlantic seafood restaurant.

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At this shipwreck-shabby spot, chef-to-watch Nathan Isberg cooks inventive seafood like lobster bisque with coral oil.

Toronto's Brockton General restaurant

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Brockton General

Nightly menus have just five items, like salmon roe with Green Meat radish and crème fraîche—all for $20 or less.

Toronto's Enoteca Sociale wine bar

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Enoteca Sociale

Last summer, the team from Pizzeria Libretto paired this Roman wine bar with an on-site cheese cave.

Toronto's Porchetta & Co. sandwich counter

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Porchetta & Co.

This five-stool sandwich counter opened in December selling glorious, Italian-style slow-roasted pork sandwiches.