Local Tips - Secret Food Tours Toronto


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  • Don't Play With Your Food! - Snakes and Lattes - The original board game café with a collection of over 1000 games. A great spot to eat and play, they offer a full menu of drinks, food, and helpful game gurus. 489 College St - (647) 342-9229
  • More Than A Midnight Snack - College Falafel - A traditional Doner done in a unique Nova Scotian way! 450 Ossington Ave - (416) 532-8698
  • Protective Eyewear Not Needed - Cool N2 Nitrogen Ice Cream - Try Ice Cream with a science twist! Try the crème brûlée, double double, or honeycrisp. Want something less sweet, try the frozen breath, think frozen Cheetos! 412 Queen St. W - (416) 901-7012
  • Crafted To Perfection - The 3 Brewers on Yonge - Specializing in craft beer and great food locally sourced. Try the chicken and waffles or anything sweet! 275 Yonge St - (647) 347-6286
  • Breakfast Done Right - Le Petit Dejeuner - This quaint restaurant specializes in Belgian-Canadian comfort food. 191 King St E - (416) 703-1560


  • The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) - At the AGO see the famous: Group of Seven, Diane Arbus, or Peter Paul Ruben. With over 95,000 permanent artworks in a space designed by Frank Gehry, and new exhibits on rotation the AGO is a definite must visit. 317 Dundas St W - (416) 979 6648 or +1 877 225 4246.
  • Local Street Art - Take a short walk off one of our main streets, Queen St. W, and explore the vibrant art community we foster through the Local Street Art, respected by locals and the fine arts community. Graffiti Alley- Starts at Spadina Ave. and Graffiti Alley (South of Queen St. W.)
  • Kensington Market - The Kensington Market, founded in the early 20th century by Jewish immigrants is a World Heritage Site. It has transformed into a multi-cultural market that is representative of our current culture. It's a great spot to dine if your a vegetarian.
  • Need Help Navigating Toronto? - Ontario Travel Information Centre is your best bet if you need assistance, information, or are lost. Located at Union Station they can help with directions, recommendations, and provide free maps and guides for anything in or out of the city. Open every day between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. 65 Front St W - (416) 314-5899