A modern beer hall specializing in artisan sausages and craft beer in a laid back atmosphere. Accessible, fun and communal, sit elbow-to-elbow among old and new friends alike and enjoy a cold beer and gourmet sausages.
Gusto (pronounced Goo-sto) means tasty in Italian. In 1954, Giacomo Zuccarini opened the Sidewalk Caffè at Yonge and College in Toronto. It featured the city’s first espresso machine, first wood-burning pizza oven, and first heated patio.
Gusto’s values are reflected in their commitment to beauty, taste, community, and sustainability. They merge the everyday with the exceptional, the culinary with the soulful.
Introducing Pierogi House, your go-to restaurant for handmade, authentic pierogi, where every pierogi is made from scratch, just like in Poland. What makes these pierogi so special? Each day, the family behind Pierogi House wakes up at 5 am to ensure that each pierogi is made fresh and “done right.” Most importantly, each pierogi is prepared to ensure the taste and quality are Babcia (grandma) approved!
Momofuku Noodle Bar serves a constantly changing roster of noodles, steamed breads, soft serve, and daily dishes. Noodle Bar Toronto is a sister restaurant to our restaurants of the same name in New York City.
Mon Lapin translates to “My bunny” in English, but this shouldn’t be taken literally (although, with an ever-changing menu, a rabbit dish is not necessarily off the table). Led by executive chefs Marc-Olivier Frappier, Jessica Noël and sommelier Vanya Filipovic, the farm-focused food is expertly balanced with a carefully curated list of natural and biodynamic wines that pair perfectly with the dishes.
It all started with a trip to Napoli…After drawing inspiration from the Neapolitan pizza tradition native to Naples, Pizzeria Libretto opened in August 2008 on Ossington as one of the first restaurants in Toronto to proudly serve VPN certified pizza within the strict guidelines set out by the Napoli government.