Toronto. A city is known best for its multicultural neighborhoods, hockey obsession, and friendly people, just to name a few. Yet, quite possibly, the city’s most underrated accolade belongs to its extraordinary restaurant scene. In fact, Toronto definitely deserves credit from food lovers. Since everyone is adhering to stay-at-home orders due to the COVID-19 crisis right now, here are the 3 best takeout spots to try in downtown Toronto.
Cibo is the biggest and newest Italian restaurant in the Uptown Yonge Street area. The restaurant’s fare consists of scratch-made traditional Italian. Located at 2472 Yonge Street, not too far away from The One construction site, Cibo Wine Bar is offering most of their regular a la carte menu, plus beer and wine.
In fact, all three of CIBO Wine Bar locations are open daily for takeout and delivery (through Uber, Skip, DoorDash, etc) from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
This restaurant promises to “serve up fresh smash burgers and dogs the happy way.” Menu items include burgers, hotdogs, waffle fries, poutine, and chicken fingers. Right now, we could all use a little bit of comfort food.
Happy Burger, in all of its 2-pound hamburger glory, is available on UberEats and Skip the Dishes.
If it is sushi you are craving, look no further than Miku Restaurant located in Toronto’s Harbour Front at Bay and Queen’s Quay. When it’s open, this Aburi-owned restaurant brings contemporary upscale design to the Southern Financial District.
The menu focuses on Aburi Sushi as well as fresh seafood and also features Japanese and European inspired desserts made in house. Miku is providing takeout in the current situation – call 647-347-7347 or use Ritual and UberEats.
These restaurants, and so many more in the downtown corridor, are working together in an effort to keep staff and the public safe. Luckily for us food lovers, many restaurants have shifted to takeout and delivery options to ensure that we can still enjoy our favorite foods (and support local business) during this time.
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