13 Places to Get the Best Late-Night Eats in Toronto
One of the many perks of living in a big city is the availability of food at almost all hours of the night. Although, yes, Domino’s is delicious, when the late night munchies hit, it’s nice to know that you have other choices besides pizza. These restaurants have got you covered, with full menus and the option to dine in, even into the wee hours of the night. Calling all night owls, when the hunger pangs come knocking at your door, check out one of these delicious restaurants. Take a look at 13 places to get the best late night eats in Toronto below.
200 Victoria St/ 20 College St
Fran’s Restaurant has not one, but two locations open 24 hours for your dining pleasures. Chalked full of your standard diner-type eats, the Toronto chain also boasts an all-day breakfast! Pancakes or eggs in the middle of the night? Yes, please.
600 King St W/ 58 The Esplanade
Open to 12 am Sunday through Wednesday, and 2 am Thursday to Saturday, Bier Markt has an entire late-night menu to curb your cravings. Think pizza, fries, and comfort food; the perfect pairing to a nice cold beer or beverage when you’re seeking some eats past regular dinner hours.
1112 Queen St W
If there’s one food in particular that tastes especially good after dark, it would have to be poutine. Lucky for you, Poutini’s House of Poutine is open to 12 am Monday to Thursday, and 3:30 am on Fridays and Saturdays.
132 Dundas St W
The Lakeview Restaurant is probably Toronto’s most famous 24-hour diner, having had more than one movie filmed inside. Advertised as always open, the restaurant has a large menu with plenty of options including all-day breakfast, sandwiches, burgers, and more.
150 King St W #100
Late night dining can be upscale too – just take Earls for example. The premium casual restaurant is open to 2 am every single day of the week and you can rest assured that their kitchens are open late too; perfect for when you’re hungry and wanting a swanky glass of wine along with it.
51 Bathurst St
The Thompson Diner doesn’t skimp on their hours of operation, staying open until 3 am every day of the week. Along with some delicious comfort food, grab an upscale signature cocktail too. Sounds like a very enjoyable nightcap if I do say so myself.
929 Queen St E
Attention east-enders: a list of late night eats wouldn’t be complete without also including your area of the city. Leslieville Pumps, known for their tasty BBQ meats and poutine is open 24 hours. A pulled pork or chicken sandwich is just what the doctor ordered.
431 College St
If you’re craving tacos and tex-mex, than Sneaky Dee’s should be a staple in your late night diet. Open until 2:30 am Sunday to Tuesday, 3 am Wednesday to Thursday, and 4 am Friday and Saturday, the College Street joint is a favourite of many.
90 Ossington Ave
If you walk too fast you might miss Oddseoul on Ossington. The restaurant is inconspicuous with minimal signage, and it’s probably because the Korean-inspired snack food speaks for itself. Hit up this spot any day of the week, as they’re always open until 2 am.
7 Charles St W
Located in the ritzy Yorkville area, this romantic, multilevel cafe including a rooftop patio is open 24/7 for your dining pleasure. Get your fill of pasta, sandwiches, and drinks served literally at any hour of the night, or morning – depending on when you’re still awake.
142 Cumberland St
Hemingway’s is another Yorkville treat that stays open way past regular dining hours. The New Zealand-style pub serves draft beer and pub eats every day until 2 am and also has bragging rights due to their all-year rooftop patio.
563 Bloor St W
With a name like Insomnia it would be false advertising not to stay open late. Known for their brunch and comfort food, this Toronto resto is open until 2 am Sunday through Saturday. You can also count on some good beats, since there is always a nightly DJ on duty.
181 Bathurst St
416 Snackbar is another Toronto favourite that stays open until 2 am every day of the week. The menu features Asian-influenced small plates perfect for sharing, as well as craft brews and cocktails. While 416 has an ever-changing menu, their beloved Snack MO always remains the same.
Do you know any other places to get late-night eats in Toronto? Let us know in the comments.
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