The first Toronto location of Hole-E Burger is now open in East York. Expect "addictive" crispy fried jalapeno rings, "flavourful" burgers, and specialty creations like the heart attack with an Angus patty, pulled pork, bacon, chili, coleslaw, barbecue sauce, and cheese on a bun. Try Nestle ice cream sandwiched between two cinnamon buns for dessert.
New Toronto Fish & Chips opened in the early '70s. Get the haddock and the onion rings, and don't skip the coleslaw.
Across the street from the subway station at Bloor and Ossington, Fueled's serving juices, rice bowls, and espresso drinks to get the day started right. The space "has the sleek white walls and rustic wooden touches of a trendy indie café."
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