Dedicated to our go-to neighbourhood spots. The ones that keep us well-fed day-in and day-out. These restaurants are significant, they’re a large part of what we love about our neighbourhoods and we urge you to support them whenever possible.
MILE END / OUTREMONT
Specializing in Northern-Thai street food, Thammada serves some of the city’s finest Southeast Asian fare. Chef Chita Phonmavongxay’s food evokes the casual conviviality of Thai street food while packing heaps of vibrancy and tradition into each dish. (Chkplz)
In the former Maïs space, Maïs co-owner William Cody along with business partners William Saulnier (ex. Hoogan and Beaufort) and Peter Popovic (Magpie, Sparrow) opened this casual sandwicherie that offers refined riffs on classic sangers, like a celeriac-cheesesteak. Saulnier has put together a list of fresh and quaffable wines fitting with Beau Temps’s lively spirit. (Chkplz, Uber Eats)
The Mile End staple updated and packaged for take-away
(or delivery). Larrys utilitarian menu is now available out of the former Lawrence space — calling itself Larrys+ (with the + signifying the addition of the addictively good Lawrence burger). Alongside the extensive menu is a diverse wine list put together by sommelier Keaton Ritchie. (Chkplz)
Building off the success of neighbouring Falafel Yoni, Pizza Toni is a fast-casual pizza joint that brings the NYC slice to Mile End. Using only the finest pepperoni (the kind that cups and pools) and Bianco DiNapoli tomatoes, Toni’s serves immaculate pizza by the slice or by the pie. (Chkplz, SkipTheDishes)