Manhattan has its Meatpacking District, Vancouver's Gastown has Blood Alley. It's named for the buckets of blood spilled on cobblestones by butchers who ran...more
Located in the heart of the Plateau on Rue Saint Denis, this is the quintessential French bistro, purring authenticity with its zinc counters, burgundy walls,...more
Dinner at this fabulous restaurant is très expensive, but Chef Daniel Vézina is a local star, and the inventive menu emphasizes fresh ingredients:...more
A happy-go-lucky spot in the Old Port, just off the banks of the St. Lawrence, Café du Monde has tinkling glasses hanging from the circular bar and...more
Chef Jean Soulard was the first Canadian to receive the prestigious Maître Cuisinier de France award. Soulard has long been a proponent of regional foods,...more
If you crave a big hunk of grilled protein, this is your restaurant, where seafood and steaks are cooked over maple charcoal. The excellent meat (the restaurant...more
Susur Lee easily ranks as Toronto's biggest celebrity chef, and some locals grumble that he has been distracted by his growing name and stateside ventures. But...more
Okay, "legendary" may be pushing it a bit, but the huge, cheap bowls of steaming noodles at this cozy Chinese hole-in-the-wall in the West End are more than a...more
Montréal's Outremont neighborhood is full of French expats, so it's no surprise that it's also home to one of the city's best bistros. Located among the...more
Set right on the downtown seawall, super-modern Lift has the best views in the city through its enormous walls of glass (which prop open like French doors in...more
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