It's raw, warehousey, and cheap, and billed as the next West Queen West. Vietnamese: Pho Huong (394 Pacific Ave.) Mexican: La Revolucion Italian: Vesuvio Pizza
An eclectic jumble of grocers, cafes, bars, and shops where you can pick up ingredients (tortillas, coffee, Asian fruits) or sit down for a whole meal (burritos of a lifetime, lazy brunch). Chilean: El Gordo Mexican: La Tortilleria Spanish: Torito
Photo: Courtesy of Paulette's Original Donuts and Chicken.
Revitalized Little Poland has cleared away pierogies and cabbage for fancy coffee, but eateries still retain a cozy, homegrown vibe. Italian: Defina Pizza Polish: Cafe Polonez Truly Canadian: Maybels Bakery
Proximity to the enormous park is key for post-lunch napping. Polish: Czehoski French: Nadege Truly Canadian: Foxley (207 Ossington Ave.)