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Taste Test: Plenty of Fish ’n’ Chips in the City

Bar Isabel's Grant van Gameren and Joso's Leo Spralja dive in deep to find Toronto's best fish 'n' chips.
November 19, 2014

Toronto's Top Pot Pie

For a unique take on a Thanksgiving treat, Grant van Gameren is joined by the Bristol’s Davy Love in tasting Toronto’s top turkey pot pies. Whose crust takes the gold? Find out here.
October 09, 2014

Toronto’s Best Southern BBQ Briskets

We rounded up the city’s top southern BBQ briskets and sat Grant van Gameren down with meat maestro Zane Caplansky to suss out who knows their beef. Who has truly mastered the BBQ pit? Find out here.
July 10, 2014

T.O.'s Best Ice Cream Shops

With the sunshine poking its head out every now and then from behind the clouds, Toronto is gearing up for a few good months of ice cream weather. Be it hard or soft, sandwich or sundae, here are Toronto's best ice cream shops.
June 18, 2014

Toronto’s Best Paninis

Grant van Gameren is joined by celeb chef Massimo Capra in sampling the city’s top Italian-style sandwiches. Which ’wich reps the Tricolore? Our chefs pick the city’s most authentic panini.
June 16, 2014

The Best Late-Night (or early morning) Nosh

In the wee hours between dusk and dawn, when most folks are in bed, some of the city’s best food can still be found
April 25, 2014

T.O.’s best spaghetti and meatballs

Top Toronto chef Grant van Gameren tucks into the GTA’s best spaghetti and meatballs, the classic old-school Italian comfort food.
February 25, 2013

Toronto's Best Cannoli

Not all cannoli are created equal: from the disappointingly soggy to the delectably crispy and creamy, Italo-Canadian Rob Gentile sorts the best from the rest and declares a winner
February 29, 2012

Toronto's Best Grilled Cheese

What happens when this gregarious chef sits down to a table strewn with new wave gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches? He chooses the old-school, triple-decker diner classic, of course.
February 01, 2012

The City's Best Chinese Food

Our insider’s guide to Far East eats, featuring dim sum for dummies, North Toronto’s delivery champion and Joanne Kates’ top five dishes.
January 04, 2012

Kates en français

Last year, Joanne Kates named French bistro Pastis her number one restaurant in Toronto. Here are five more of Kates’ favourites.
January 19, 2011

Joanne Kates' five fabulous $50 food finds

BUSTING THE BANK for the holidays means less cash for dining, but that doesn’t have to mean a substantial drop in quality. Herewith, five of the top cheap thrills in town.
November 10, 2010

Toronto's best movies al fresco

Outdoor movie nights have exploded in the city and, with so many to choose from, PostCity.com has narrowed in on this summer's best flicks. So grab a lawn chair, pop some kernels and get ready for a starry-skied trip down Hollywood lane.
July 31, 2010

Best places for the perfect pie in Toronto

It's true, nothing beats the smell of a home-baked pie wafting through summer air. However, if you think learning how to flute a pie crust involves playing a musical instrument, don't fear -- Postcity.com has picked Toronto's top three pie shops.
July 13, 2010

Toronto's best Paella and Stroopwafels for World Cup final

With Spain and Netherlands set to fight for football's ultimate prize in the World Cup final this Sunday, we investigate the best each nation has to offer in terms of nosh.
July 10, 2010

Best places to watch the Toronto Pride Parade

This Sunday's Pride Parade may be the perfect antidote to last weekend's violent show of G20 protesters. For those interested in watching the celebrations, PostCity.com has picked the top five spectator spots along the parade route.
July 02, 2010

Best places to spot a G20 leader in Toronto

Let's not kid ourselves. With the $1 billion price tag attached to the summit, the chances that you are going to see any of the G20 leaders, let alone get close enough to enjoy any of the following activities alongside them, is basically a joke. That said, for the curious citizens amongst us, we've compiled the following list of long shot hangouts for some political powerhouses.
June 26, 2010

Toronto's best eco-friendly haircut

So what exactly is an eco-friendly haircut, you ask? My fears of wind-powered clippers and patchouli-based unguents were unfounded. It turns out it's really quite similar to a standard haircut, except that Parlour takes pains to reduce their footprint at every step of the process.
June 18, 2010

Father's Day in Toronto: Top five gift ideas

Having a hard time shopping for dad this year? Before you head back to the tie table at Sears, check out our list of the top five Father's Day gifts Toronto has to offer.
June 15, 2010

Best places to watch the World Cup in Toronto

As one of the world's most culturally diverse cities, it should really come as no shock that the start of the World Cup is big news in the Big Smoke. Here's our comprehensive list of where you should watch the games.
June 10, 2010