Casual Eats In Toronto: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

Casual Eats In Toronto: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

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Forget the fuss of a fancy dinner - sometimes it's better to keep it casual. Here are the best trendy and casual Toronto restaurants, perfect for a relaxed meal.

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    The pizzas are cooked in the woodburing oven for 90 secs so the dough can seem a bit under cooked. Ask for it well done if you want the thin crust shell a little crispier. -- Gavin McGarry via Foursquare
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    We don’t need to go on about the taste of their already widely recognized pizza or traditional Italian food -- the lineups from Tuesday through Sunday speak loudly enough. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Expensive and very good food and coffee , loved the Swiss and ham baguette and iced Americano . The total was roughly $12 but worth it! -- Gabrielle Bird via Foursquare
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    They’ve amassed a loyal band of groupies who are now labelling it the city’s best coffee shop - a substantial claim in a market as saturated as Toronto’s. Lucky for them, it seems to be backing it up. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    S&L offers decent coffee and decent snacks. Even better, it has a liquor license and thousands of board games (if you have a game that they don’t, odds are good that you made it yourself). -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    If I lived in TO, I would be 1,000 lbs because I'd want to eat here every day. Never thought I'd go on about a chicken taco but wow, raveworthy. -- Rumana Siddiky via Foursquare
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    Unholy goodness! The Priest keeps it straight-forward and simple — plain white buns, fries, few gourmet frills. Go for "The Option," with panko-crusted, cheese-stuffed portobello. -- Metro News via Foursquare
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    Everything here is smoked; even the cocktails. If you’ve got kids, go on a Sunday for Family Night, where mounds of barbecue and a selection of fries and veg are served family style. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    The Butter Burger is topped with a concoction of bone marrow, butter and blue cheese. Another favorite is the Bat sandwich: bacon, arugula and fried green tomato, with lemon aioli on sourdough. -- Food Network via Foursquare
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    Cosmopolis (2012) was shot in a few different locations across Toronto. You may recognize a scene where Robert Pattinson stops to eat in a diner as Lakeview Restaurant. -- Cineplex via Foursquare
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    Next time your better half requests a cheeseburger topped with Portobello mushrooms & ricotta, covered in panko bread crumbs & deep fried, you’ll know where to get it. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Options include pickerel tacos, house-smoked salmon & a drink called the Mighty Canuck, which, in of itself, was worth the lunch at this new Bay Street haunt. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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