Garment District Gourmet
The Garment District is home to some of Toronto’s best hidden gems. Here are some of our favourite boutique restaurants.
416 Snack BarWith a daily menu and small portions, this petite late-night eatery is an ode to Toronto. With references to Toronto life littered around the restaurant, and their no utensils allowed rule, 416 Snack Bar favours novelty seekers looking for light eats that are changing daily.
Lisa MarieLisa Marie is a restaurant, bar, late night snack, meat market, event space and brunch spot all in one. Brought to life by Toronto chef Matt Basile, this once pop-up turned permanent establishment is a rock and roll themed eatery with inventive dishes. Keeping true to Basile’s roots, the street food style menu has something for everyone.
Arepa CaféExposed brick walls, well lit and with bright colours, Arepa Café is a great spot for a variety of local Venezuelan dishes. The chalkboard menu offers flatbreads, entrees, a variety of desserts, as well as a fresh juice bar. Come in for delicious exotic food and a great seat viewing Queen Street!
La PaletteGood atmosphere, great service and an eye for fresh, local ingredients, La Palette offers delicious French cuisine with an famously friendly staff. Boasting French dishes like deep fried Camembert, escargot, frog legs, foie gras , and steak frites. La Palette is a great place to grab French cooking made with local Toronto ingredients.
The Anne BoleynA modern British Pub from the people that brought you Parts & Labour. Featuring comfy booths, plush bar stools, and luxe-feeling tables, as well as a fantastic patio. The menu is jam-packed with English foods, alongside lighter options. With 48 beers on tap, this place gives you the full experience of an old English pub with a delicious food selection, in the heart of the garment district.
Be sure to check out all of our gems throughout the Garment District for unique, great eats!