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Food Lover's Guide to Toronto


As Canada's largest and most cosmopolitan city, Toronto offers foodies an array of unusual culinary attractions -- some of which you'll find no place else.

A selection of resources to help you add a culinary touch to your next Toronto visit:

St. Lawrence Market

Photo of St Lawrence Market in Toronto Canada
St Lawrence Market. Photo by Alison Stein Wellner
St. Lawrence Market is Toronto's premier food market -- it's historic, it's got the latest food trends -- and it's also the source for peameal bacon sandwiches that you simply can't miss.

Plan your visit to St. Lawrence Market.

Ontario Spring Water Sake

Ontario Spring Water Sake.
Ontario Spring Water Sake. Photo by Alison Stein Wellner
Toronto is the only place on the eastern seaboard of North America where you can sip just-brewed sake. Ontario Spring Water Sake is housed in one of the city's coolest neighborhoods -- The Distillery District -- a place where you can watch the sake production process, sample various styles of sake, and also taste foods made with an unusual byproduct of sake production called sake-kasu.

Plan your visit to Ontario Spring Water Sake.

Learn to Decorate Cupcakes at Le Dolci

Le Dolci Cupcakes
Cupcakes all dressed up at Le Dolci. Photo by Alison Stein Wellner
Cupcakes are trendy the world over, but why stop at eating them? At Le Dolci, in Toronto, you'll learn how to decorate cupcakes in ways limited only by your imagination.

Plan your visit to Le Dolci's Cupcake Decorating Studio.

Toronto Food Diary

From a mixology class at TOCA Bar at the Ritz-Carlton, to a world class education in oysters, follow along with an adventurous foodie as she attempts to devour Toronto.

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