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Food and restaurants in The Danforth, Old Toronto

Top restaurants

American Restaurant
“Hipster southern BBQ with plenty of rotating craft taps to choose from! Menu changes every couple months. Delicious brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11-3 (expect a line if you're not there first thing).”
  • 49 locals recommend
Pizza Place
“This was one of the 1st pizzerias that hit the Toronto food scene with their wood fired certified neapolitan style pizzas. Always good and consistent food and great service too! They have a weekday lunch special available until 6pm - an app, margarita pizza and dessert for $20! You can't beat that !”
  • 50 locals recommend
Greek Restaurant
“If you want to experience one of the best Gyros in the heart of Greektown, head over to Messini and have one of their sandwiches. They are the best in town! ”
  • 33 locals recommend
Bar
“Tapas style fusion restaurant with live music every night. Over 21 taps of craft beer and even more in bottles. Fun cocktails and great staff. Also does brunch on weekends.”
  • 30 locals recommend
Burger Restaurant
“Pub. Irish-inspired with a patio, upscale pub fare, lengthy scotch/beer lists.”
  • 39 locals recommend
Gastropub
“Gastropub with an impressive craft beer selection on tap. I suggest the wood-burning oven pizza (delicious gluten-free crust available!), smoked chicken wings and of course, their poutine.”
  • 15 locals recommend
Thai Restaurant
“We love Thai food and this is where we go to get it. Our favorite meal here is the red curry, but all their food is pretty good and priced well. ”
  • 9 locals recommend
Pub
“Great place to grab a bite and drink. Usually gets pretty lively in the evenings.”
  • 18 locals recommend

Cafes

Beer Bar
“Next door to the Only is their coffee shop, The One in the Only. Great coffee and free wifi.”
  • 48 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“There's a coffee house adjacent to the Circus Academy, if you need to wait for your child or friend to complete their private instruction or classes.”
  • 13 locals recommend
Ice Cream Shop
“Delicious ice cream! Walking distance. They say: Possibly the cutest little ice cream shop you ever did see. A frequent haunt for families around here.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Café
“This coffee shop has trendy drinks created in-house. They also have sandwiches (one of my friends says their egg salad, which has cumin, is the best they've ever had). And their peanut butter cookies are to die for.”
  • 25 locals recommend
Bar
“A fun spot to play board games with a friend, or a group. They serve snacks (pub food) and drinks. And they have live entertainment some nights. ”
  • 8 locals recommend
Café
“Favourite coffee shop for many and was rated the "Best Toronto coffee shop" by Dine.TO!”
  • 18 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Good coffee. Small, understated cafe that also sells books and vinyl/records.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Cafe Cocoro is a humble cafe serving coffee, gelato and snacks like danishes, croissants, cake, and cupcakes. Limited edition savoury snacks like kimchi fried rice and smoothie drinks change it up a little from the usual cafe fare.”
  • 2 locals recommend

Bakeries

Bakery
“We love their coffee and croissants!! Our favorite ones are the chocolate and almond croissants. A nice place to start your Saturday morning walk down the Danny! ”
  • 23 locals recommend
Dessert Shop
“Great breakfast/brunch spot for families. Fresh baked croissants, baguettes, quiches, and OJ”
  • 23 locals recommend
Bakery
“Serano Bakery is the quintessential Greek bakery; family-run, bred from authentic recipes, and filled with lots--and I mean lots--of food. No dainty little lone pastries here. The first thing I noticed after entering Serano was the sheer volume of baked goods in the space. Piles of biscotti, trays upon trays of baklava and bread everywhere. It's as if the space was saying, "Here, eat!"”
  • 9 locals recommend
Donut Shop
“The doughnuts at Von come in two basic varieties—cake and yeast-raised—but the flavour profiles are anything but ordinary. They range from classy (crème brûlée) to creative (peanut butter and dark chocolate with maple glaze and crispy bacon). Several confections are infused with booze, including one spiked with a red sangria glaze.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Bakery
“Delicious sandwiches and yummy breads. Their lemon squares are to die for!”
  • 7 locals recommend
Bakery
“This hole-in-the-wall bakery is run by a feisty Nona whose rice balls are to die for. They are $4 and huge with a dollop of meat sauce in the middle. Get there early because she sells out daily. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Grocery Store
“The nearest full service grocery store is just above Woodbine subway station, one stop east of Coxwell station.”
  • 20 locals recommend