Eat a hearty meal at one of the brunch restaurants in Toronto's Beach district where variations on bacon and eggs are served throughout the day. When lunchtime rolls around in Toronto, wander into Kensington Market, home to inexpensive restaurants and bars. Enjoy a romantic dinner at one of the Distillery District's ideal date restaurants, capping the night off with a posh cocktail at a Front Street bar.
The heart of Toronto's restaurant culture is in Little Italy where pizzas cost a few dollars and a five-course meal quite a lot more! For daytime dining, head to Toronto's Baldwin Village restaurants. Here you can munch on a Chinese savoury bun, or slurp down some ramen noodle soup at a Japanese homestyle restaurant for next to nothing. Spice things up at Korean restaurants on Toronto's Bloor West, renowned for pork bone chowder and trendy BBQ haunts.
You can order food all day at most restaurants in Toronto and many offer all-day breakfast too. If you want to eat at a bar, keep in mind that most bar-kitchens close around 10pm. Last call in Toronto bars is 2am, so hit the town before 11pm. Many restaurants stay open round the clock in Chinatown to serve the post-party crowd.
For a daytime tipple, wander through Toronto's Annex where the early drink specials attract groups of artists and students to the restaurants and bars. Toronto is known across Canada for its nightlife and bars. Head to The Club District on Adelaide for buzzing bars where the post-restaurant crowd mingle over boozy cocktails and pumping dance beats. You can spend wild nights with Toronto's bohemian crowd in bars on Queen West, where the locals seem never to sleep.