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St. Andrew Poultry
Things have changed at St. Andrew Poultry since it first opened its doors back in 1962 — but not much — which is a good thing. The chickens are not killed out back anymore, but there is still plenty of fresh and hot food to enjoy. Fried chicken is their specialty — order a couple pieces and watch as it is fried to crispy perfection upon order. They also serve Kawartha Dairy ice cream, a long held secret of cottagers everywhere. Grab a seat at one of their few stand up bars and enjoy.
St. Andrew Poultry, 17 St. Andrew Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 596 7305
There is no shortage of pizza places in the city. Plenty have given the art of the crispy crust and gooey cheese but none have perfected it quite like Mare Pizzeria. Enjoy budget-friendly prices and the option to order anything from a 12-inch pizza to a crowd pleasing 15-inch x 21-inch monster.
Mare Pizzeria, 185 Baldwin Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 643 783 9357
Seven Lives Tacos Y Mariscos
Nestled under a low hanging red awning, you will find one of the best spots for tacos in Toronto. Seven Lives offers a wide selection of tacos. Whether it is the signature ‘Gobernator’ or the perfectly blackened mahi mahi, there is something for everyone. Beyond the tacos, there’s a selection of chilled Mexican sodas to pair with the ceviche — lime-marinated seafood.
The Bergernator serves burgers like ‘The Big Bang,’ ‘Hasta La Vista, Birdie’ and the ‘AK-Veggie 7.’ This is the perfect snack to pair with a couple beers, and there’s plenty of room to sit inside where the smell of the grill is ever present.
The Burgernator, 296 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 647 748 0990
Ronnie’s Local 069 has the perfect patio out front and an eclectic, interesting and completely unique design aesthetic inside. What Ronnie’s does best is beer. Ronnie’s has made it customary to bring in goodies from your Kensington Market stroll.
Ronnie’s Local 069, 69 Nassau St, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 340 1110