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The Best Late Night Dining Spots On Queen West Street, Toronto
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The Best Late Night Dining Spots On Queen West Street, Toronto

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Updated: 2 December 2016
The sun has just set in Toronto and people are making their way out of restaurants to head to their next event, but you’re still hungry. You can’t go bar-hopping on an empty stomach! Here are five of the best restaurants that will never let you down late at night.
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Banh Mi Boys

Banh mi is a loose Vietnamese term for bread, commonly referred to as a French baguette, and Vietnamese cuisine has embraced the French baguette as their typical bread. Banh Mi Boys, a fusion, quick-grab sandwich shop, adds a twist to traditional banh mi sandwiches by replacing cold cuts of meat with pulled pork, meatball, or grilled chicken, among other delicacies. Whether you want to sit in, stand, or grab and go, the dining options are only limited by your imagination.

Banh Mi Boys, 392 Queen St. West, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 393 0588

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Java House

Looking for a great place to chat with friends? Somewhere to grab a quick bite, or get your weekend evening started early? Java House definitely gives you bang for your buck. The interior of this restaurant features leather booth seating and old-fashioned decor. With a selection of simple sandwiches, inexpensive main courses, and sharable appetizers, there is plenty to choose from on Java House’s menu. Insider tip – they serve great hummus and pita.

Java House, 537 Queen St. West, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 504 3025

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416 Snack Bar

As the name suggests, 416 Snack Bar is the perfect place to snack. Though it is not directly on Queen Street West, it is only two steps away from the Bathurst and Queen intersection. The variety of food available at 416 offers more than enough incentive to go back a few more times just to try different dishes. In this extremely cozy venue, it is not easy to get a table later at night, however, 416 is a place you’ll want to spend your entire evening.

416 Snack Bar, 181 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 364 9320

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The Good Son

It’s all about having a good time with the people you care about, right? The Good Son evokes the feeling of traditional round-table dinners with the family, bringing you back to nights shared with loved ones. There are plenty of options to choose from, whether you want a late night platter to share with friends, ‘first’ or ‘second’ entrées for earlier in the evening, or simply to skip to dessert. At the bar, you can choose from beers, cocktails, or wines – this place has got it all.

The Good Son, 1096 Queen St. West, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 551 0589

North of Brooklyn Pizzeria | © Duane_Brown/Flickr
North of Brooklyn Pizzeria | © Duane_Brown/Flickr

North of Brooklyn Pizzeria

North of Brooklyn Pizzeria is the answer to all pizza enthusiasts’ cravings. Fresh ingredients, check. Simplicity, check. Thin crust, check. Once you walk in, the wafting scent of the charcoaled pizza lets you know you’re in the right spot. You can sit in or take out; either way, you’ll love the food.

North of Brooklyn Pizzeria, 650 Queen St. West, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 647 352 5700