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c5 Restaurant Lounge is located on the top floor of the Royal Ontario Museum's Michael Lee-Chin Crystal wing, a 175,000 square-foot structure designed... Read More

Stop for a latte and ham and cheese omelette at this café in a converted train station on the rail path. Read More

This large Old Port restaurant on the second floor of the cruise terminal boasts the neighborhood’s best view over the river. With the casual and rowdy... Read More

This café has long had a reputation as a den of intellectuals, perhaps because of its location in the heart of the Montcalm arts district. Regulars do... Read More

Medina recently reopened at this new location with more seating, a spacious bar, and an open kitchen. Mismatched industrial-style lighting is a nice... Read More

Ask for a table on the shaded patio and order a bowl of vegetarian chili and a hearty sandwich. Read More

The casual café of award-winning Auberge Saint-Antoine is a lounge situated in the hotel’s beautiful main hall. Leather wing chairs, plush sofas,... Read More

Vancouverites are coffee connoisseurs, and they’ve been lining up for lattes (all made with a signature leaf pattern topping the steamed milk) at... Read More

This chain of British-import coffee shops offers surprisingly tasty food. Stop in for panini or ciabatta sandwiches, Mezzalunas (olive oil–infused... Read More

Set in Montreal’s Little Italy, home to a large Italian population since the 19th-century, Caffe San Simeon has been making espresso, lattes, and... Read More

At this cozy sanctuary of candlelight and stained glass, you can canoodle over ginger-glazed duck breast or herb-crusted local halibut. Read More

The 54th floor of the Toronto Dominion Bank affords diners at Canoe some stellar city views—especially at sunset. The upscale room is meticulously... Read More

Make your way up the hill in front of the Chateau Frontenac to Cantook Coffee, where coffee is the star attraction. At this artisanal haven, there's not... Read More

Cardero’s large harborside patio—with its unimpeded views of Stanley Park, the Coast Mountains, and seaplanes landing just offshore&mdash... Read More

Give yourself about 45 minutes if you want one of the best paellas in Toronto, as they're made-to-order here. A spate of terrific starters are available... Read More

Chambar uses only regional, seasonal, sustainable ingredients its its Belgian-influenced cuisine (think: moules frites and poutine​) and has achieved... Read More

The main restaurant of iconic Château Frontenac has recently undergone a complete transformation, both in the dining room and in the kitchen. The wood,... Read More

The main restaurant of iconic Château Frontenac has recently undergone a complete transformation, both in the dining room and in the kitchen. The wood,... Read More

The main restaurant of iconic Château Frontenac has recently undergone a complete transformation, both in the dining room and in the kitchen. The wood,... Read More

Chef-owner Earlene Busch will whip up a four-course meal, including a surprisingly good dessert of cheesecake with chanterelle sauce. Read More

This restaurant presents its own, casual version of Nordic cuisine, using “boreal” ingredients such as venison and game meats, foraged vegetables and... Read More

Poutine is the national food of Quebec, and yes, most restaurants, from the highest-end to the holes in the wall, serve it. But Chez Gaston is one place... Read More

Traditional French cuisine is the specialty at Chez Gautier, which has been a Montreal staple since the 1970's. The bistro is styled after a Parisian... Read More

For eight years, chef Laurent Godbout has been putting a delicious spin on classics (try his pan-seared sea bass with squid-ink risotto, scallops, and a... Read More

Gobble gooey Canadian cheese fondue here. Read More

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