Restaurants in Canada

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In a town brimming with boulangeries, Paillard stands head and shoulders above the rest: manned by a Parisian master baker, it turns out whisper-light... Read More

Paillard is a favorite of visitors due to its location, right in the heart of the Old City. Communal tables, classic bistro chairs, high ceilings, made... Read More

Located in a former nineteenth-century warehouse inside the luxurious Auberge Saint-Antoine, Panache is one of the city’s most beautiful restaurants.... Read More

Since its 2004 debut, Panache has distinguished itself as one Québec’s top restaurants. With its exposed wood beams, weathered stone walls... Read More

Located in a former nineteenth-century warehouse inside the luxurious Auberge Saint-Antoine, Panache is one of the city’s most beautiful restaurants.... Read More

The team behind one of the city’s most elegant restaurants, Panache, also manages two seasonal quick eats restaurants, one at L’Île d’Orléans and the... Read More

The cocktail list at Patois Toronto is also not to be missed, and if you can't decide, get "The Whole Shebang"—a collection of greatest hits that can... Read More

Located in a historic house within the Old City walls, Patriarche makes an innovative menu in which each course (including desserts) features three... Read More

Its pretty terrace alone, right on one of the city’s best shopping streets, Rue Cartier, makes Picardie worth a visit, but regulars come back for the... Read More

Easily identified by the black-and-white flying pig mural on the side of the building, this tiny neighborhood bistro serves traditional French fare from... Read More

Madona, one of the city's original cheap-pizza joints, serves its 99-cent slices until the early-morning hours. Located on a busy stretch of Saint... Read More

Authentic Neopolitan-style pizzas are on the menu at this Beaconsfield Village pizzeria, which uses fresh ingredients and a wood-burning oven handmade... Read More

Never tasted poutine before? This is the place to get acquainted with the concoction. A local chain, Ashton has 24 locations around the city, including... Read More

When you want to watch televised sport events, Pub du Parvis is one of the liveliest spots to go to; though small, the pub has several screens where... Read More

A well-liked local hideout, Pub Galway sits off the tourist-beaten path on rue Cartier. Visitors seeking out this lively address will be greeted by a... Read More

This 25-year-old, English-style pub serves one of the city’s widest selection of beers from Quebec and around the world—two dozen on tap and over 200... Read More

For 16 years, this Vancouver classic with shamelessly romantic views over English Bay has stayed pretty much packed to capacity (reservations here are... Read More

Part Indian restaurant and part ethnic market, this popular stop-in in Fairview is a moderately priced alternative to Rangoli's next-door 'world... Read More

This restaurant shares a name—and an aesthetic—with Toronto’s streetcars. Handrails line the dark-red booths, track marks decorate the... Read More

Siblings Heather, Raylene, and Cookie Rankin, of the well-known Celtic singing trio the Rankin Sisters, recently renovated Mabou's Red Shoe Pub. The... Read More

Popular with foodies and the neighborhood crowd alike, this "casual fine dining" establishment not far from Kits Beach is best known for its... Read More

Réservoir's large arched windows open in summer and its second-floor terrace overlooks raised-bed gardens and iron lampposts along cobbled Duluth... Read More

Lesser-known than its counterparts, the terrace attached to Restaurant du Musée, the restaurant of Quebec City’s fine arts museum, offers breathtaking... Read More

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