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Toronto’s 10 Tastiest Late-Night Eats Worth Staying Up For


Sometimes the highlight of a night out is the late-night (early morning?) eats. The menu is often dependent on the course of the evening—did you dance the night away or did you sip cocktails on a rooftop patio?  There are so many things at play when determining your after-party eats and pinning down a group can be like herding cats in Toronto’s vast variety of noms.

From burritos to dim sum, we’ve compiled the best from each culinary category in Toronto to help you narrow your search.


Fran’s Restaurant

200 Victoria St, Toronto,

Fran’s is a Toronto classic for 2am brunch. Their fluffy waffles and wide range of sandwiches will definitely hit the spot after last call. There are a few Fran’s across the city now but our favourite is the 24-hour diner at Victoria and Shuter that’s always bustling in the early hours.


Burrito Boyz

224 Adelaide St W, Toronto,

We stand by Burrito Boyz—it’s consistently delish and there’s something for everyone. If you haven’t visited one of their many locations across the GTA, we highly recommend the steak and shrimp combo or halibut burrito.


Poutini’s House Of Poutine

1112 Queen St W,

Toronto’s go-to specialty poutine spot is serving up tons of unique creations made with quality ingredients. It’s perfect for all poutine lovers in the city with tasty options for your gluten-free/vegan friends too.


Albert’s Real Jamaican Foods

542 St Clair Ave W,

If you’re looking for a late-night jerk chicken fix (and who isn’t?), this St. Clair West classic will fill those hunger pangs. From the platters to the loaded jerk chicken sandwiches, Albert’s is a must for a tasty West Indies craving.


The Lakeview Restaurant

1132 Dundas St W,

Even the true tastemaker, Guy Fieri, visited this spot on his show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, giving it his coveted stamp of approval.  Their menu is loaded with specialty burgers, remixed fries and cheap drinks—in case you’re still looking to keep the party going.


Rol San

323 Spadina Ave

One of the best places to get dim sum in the city, Sol San is as cheap as it is delicious. And if you’re not in the mood for steamed or fried dumplings, we strongly recommend their crispy beef and pork meat in lotus leaf.


Thompson Diner

550 Wellington St W,

This is the place to go for delicious and chic diner food. Their interpretation of the classic American diner includes bomb chicken and waffles and some of the best damn onion rings in the city. It’s open till 3am, so you can stumble up from the Wildflower to chow down.


Falafel Queen

576 Queen St W, Toronto

For some Middle Eastern street food you need to get on the Falafel Queen bandwagon. Open till  5am daily, for post-boozing, we recommend the shawafel, a classic shawarma stuffed with falafel.


Fancy Franks

326 College St,

If you appreciate a good hot dog (and who does not?), then look no further. Fancy Franks has a great menu of creative, hand-twisted, gourmet hot dogs. If you’re feeling a little classic try the Coney Island or spice things up with the Franks Got Seoul.


North of Brooklyn Pizzeria

1181 Dundas St W,

North of Brooklyn offers up an amazing traditional slice with authentic flavours and a killer crust. Hit up the location on Dundas Street West for one of the hottest late-night slice’s in the city.

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