One of four Terroni-affiliated operations in Toronto, the restaurant’s Adelaide location is a place to enjoy delicious, traditional Italian fare in a unique environment. Terroni Adelaide is located inside an old century courthouse.
Feel good about what you’re eating and where you’re eating it. This socially and environmentally conscious resto hires at-risk LGBTQ community members and sources over half their ingredients from local farmers.
For a glimpse at vintage Toronto, there’s no better place to sit down for a meal than at The Senator. Founded in the diner’s interior has been lovingly preserved. The food is typical diner fare but the owners keep a good selection of beers on tap.
Indulge in a delicious pizza pie without going off your gluten free/dairy free/vegan diet. If your cravings for pizza strike early, don’t worry: Magic Oven makes a breakfast pizza for omnivores with scrambled eggs, chorizo, bacon, and asiago.
Another hidden gem — albeit one with a much higher profile — Jamie Kennedy’s Gilead is hidden down an alleyway off of King West. During the day it’s an excellent cafe and brunch spot. At night it’s a great wine bar featuring seasonal and local Ontario fare. #winebar #cafe #brunch #eatlocal #JamieKennedy #Toronto #LQBTQ #WorldPride
For all your post-Pride-party detox needs! This juice bar is smack in the centre of the Church-Wellesley Village and serves up simple fruit and veggie goodness. No yogurt smoothies — but you’re off dairy anyway, right?