Toronto is home to a crazy amount of restaurants, so many that it can sometimes feel impossible to settle on a place to eat. Whether it's brunch, dinner or dessert there are almost too many options. Luckily, if aesthetic is a key factor in where you choose to dine, we've got you covered with the best spots for each meal that will satisfy your eyes and stomach!\nWhat Are You Looking For?\nBrunch\nDinner\nDessert\nFor 'brunch' click 'Next.'\nBrunch\nvia @bkhphoto\nFarmhouse Tavern // 1627 Dupont St\nIf you've got a rustic theme going on on your Instagram feed right now, Farmhouse Tavern is the place for you. From the staple eats to the Distillery District inspired ambience, you and your camera will definitely be satisfied!\nvia @sven_francis\nColette Grande Café // 550 Wellington Street W\nThis swanky spot is the perfect place to travel to Paris without your passport! From the sleek and clean design to the delicious food, there is no way you can resist pulling out your phone to take a quick snap before digging in.\nvia @oldschoolyyz\nOld School // 800 Dundas St. West\nThe vibe is in the name of the restaurant itself! Old School takes breakfast back to basics with staples from eggs and bacon to delicious pancake stacks! Whether you are feeling breakfast or brunch, you and your camera will agree this place is amazing!\nvia @cafecancanto\nCafé Can Can // 89 Harbord St\nThis relatively new spot made a big splash with it's unique design. From the pastel teal and pink accents throughout the spot, you won't get Can Can's atmosphere anywhere else in the city right now. You probably won't get as good of French cuisine anywhere else either!\nvia @jizzzue\nSaving Grace // 907 Dundas St West\nSaving Grace is an awesome spot that is worth the wait. With the smaller size of the breakfast/brunch spot, sometimes there is a wait but trust me you are going to want to stick it out. Not only is the food delicious, but the menu changes so you never are stuck with the same old, same old!\nvia @tdotfoods\nMildred's Temple Kitchen // 85 Hanna Ave\nYou knew Mildred's was going to be on this list. Honestly the blueberry pancakes on their own could be the only reason why this spot is so widly popular on Instagram. Though the menu includes more than just the infamous pancake stacks and all are equally as pretty and delicious!\nvia @onelittlefoodie\nUncle Betty's Diner // 2590 Yonge St\nJust because it's diner food doesn't mean it isn't photogenic! Diners in general get a bad rap for being pretty unappealing to the eye but still delivering great food. Luckily, Uncle Betty's gives you great food and a great atmosphere!\nFor 'dinner' click 'Next.'\nDinner\nvia @karenbakercreative\nThe Drake Sky Yard // 1150 Queen St W\nThe sky yard is well known for it's eccentric and playful design as well as the delicious food. So arrive with an empty stomach and your iPhone ready to choose the perfect meal and angle!\nvia @salome_jlr\nWish // 3 Charles St E\nFrom the marble counter tops to the seemingly flawless presentation, every inch of Wish seems like it was orchestrated by an Instagram influencer themself!\nvia @sharonmhfung\nBar Reyna // 158 Cumberland St\nIf you couldn't tell by the photo, it's pretty clear that Bar Reyna doesn't have a bad angle. So no matter where you are seated you are guaranteed great food and a great shot!\nvia @hellohillory\nFigo // 295 Adelaide St W\nNot only does Figo have the Insta-worthy approval, but it also has the celebrity approval with several stars having visited the spot before. So get your stomach and eyes ready for a feast!\nvia @missthingsbar\nMiss Thing's // 1279 Queen St W\nThis pan asian cocktail bar hybrid is full of eccentric pieces that will compliment anyone's Instagram feed- and the awesome food will definitely get a compliment from your stomach!\nvia @lindsayrhee\nTutti Pizzeria // 100 Bloor St W\nListen, pizza is the apple of my eye but Tutti Pizzeria's spin on the classic dish is not only refreshing from the original, but it also is great to look at! The options are endless at this spot so head over with friends.\nFor 'dessert' click 'Next.'\nDessert\nvia @kimi.vo\nDutch Dreams // 36 Vaughan Rd\nDutch Dreams is the spot to visit for ice cream. Whether you want a plain old vanilla cone or you want to go extravagant and top it with cotton candy and fruit, the power is all in your hands!\nvia @millennial_in_toronto\nWanda's Pie In The Sky // 287 Augusta Ave\nNot in the mood for ice cream? No worries, Wanda's Pie In The Sky has you covered. Their delicious pies are perfect for people who want something sweet to finish the night off but aren't down for a melting cone of ice cream!\nvia @cassiemarkk\nBakersbots Baking // 205 Delaware Ave\nIce cream sammies have never looked so good! From ginger cookies with vanilla to chocolate chip and mint ice cream, get creative!\nvia @wafelsandmore\nWafels and More // 237 Augusta Ave\nIce cream and waffles is one of the best desserts around, and what better spot to get some than Wafels and More? The spot hosts a waffle bar where you can choose your toppings and everything!\nvia @christina_foodie\nPeace Treats // 131 Ossington Ave\nThese adorable milkshakes may be a little basic, but they're popular for a reason! Not only are they delicious but they are the cutest desserts around, so get ready to snap a pic before you devour one!\nvia @archanaag\nJunked Food Co // 507 Queen St W\nThe smashbag isn't the only crazy junk food that Junked offers. If you are in the mood for soft serve, head over and get a crazy recreation of it. The options are quite literally endless at this spot so if you have a crazy craving post dinner, head over!