Toronto is a city full of different amazing foods and drinks for you to try. One thing the city does best are caesars. Whether it's a classic recipe or an extravagant mug topped with crazy "toppings" like fried chicken or pizza (because apparently they're drink toppings now), you are guaranteed to get an amazing caesar in the city if you go to one of these places!\nvia @aletta_in_da_mail\nHarlem Underground // 754 Queen St W\nIf you are looking for your caesar to satisfy your thirst and hunger, Harlem Underground is the place to go. The place literally has a meal, chicken and waffles, attached to their signature drink!\nvia @_misohungry\nHunter's Landing // 82 Fort York Blvd\nHunter's Landing takes what Harlem has going on a step further by attaching a literal slice of pizza to your caesar. So if you want to eat some pizza, drink a great caesar and get a killer insta pic of your outrageous drink- check this place out!\nvia @celine.officially\nRodney's Oyster House // 469 King Street West\nIt may look small following the last two insane caesars, but don't be fooled- Rodney's caesars are to die for. Pair one with their amazing oysters and you've got yourself the perfect spot to grab food with the girls!\nvia @elizabethingold\nHole In The Wall // 2867A Dundas Street West\nThis hole in the wall is worth discovering for their caesars alone. The space has live music with bands coming in weekly so if you are into live music this place is a must-visit!\nThe Chase // 10 Temperance St.\nIf you love seafood, The Chase is the best place to go in the city and nothing pairs better with seafood than a good caesar! The Chase offers one topped with an oyster and bacon jam so you can guaranteed to enjoy this bougie drink!\nvia @johnandsonsoysterhouse\nJohn and Sons Oyster House // 56 Temperance St.\nMade using their in-house recipe, you are guaranteed to have a fresh and delicious drink to pair with your oysters at John and Sons!\nvia @rebequita_bonita\nAmsterdam Brewhouse // 245 Queens Quay West\nIf you want to enjoy a staple caesar with a Distillery District inspired venue, head over to the Amsterdam Brewhouse! Whether you like beer or not, you can enjoy the woodsy ambience with a drink in hand.\nR&D // 241 Spadina Ave\nThis drink features a recipe consisting of garlic & shiitake infused vodka, hoisin, R&D chili sauce, and Mott’s Clamato, so you know you are going to be getting a great drink!\nvia @fabavg\nDundas and Carlaw // 1173 Dundas Street East\nThis caesar is a serious contender for one of the best caesars in Toronto. Even though it doesn't have the crazy elements others have like a pizza or chicken attached to it, the recipe on it's own is worth the trip to this spot!\nvia @amirebrahimnia\nRose and Sons // 176 Dupont St\nRose and Sons is the perfect place to grab brunch and a caesar after a crazy night out. Caesars are a hangover remedy right??\nMildred's Temple Kitchen // 85 Hanna Ave\nPair your famous Mildred's blueberry pancakes with a caesar the next time you visit for a boozy brunch!