Recently, celebs having been flocking to Toronto like it's nobody's business. Why? Maybe it has something to do with Drake constantly repping The Six, or maybe it's because the Blue Jays made big moves this past season, or maybe it's just because Toronto is a dope city and we have a lot to be proud of!\nSo where do these celebs dine when the hit up our city? Check it out:\n1. America Restaurant\nLocated in the Trump Hotel, America restaurant is a sultry late-night dinner club, that has seen many celebs in and our of it's doors, including Andrew Garfield and Eddie Redmayne, pictured above for a TIFF event.\nPhoto-Shopping Blog\n2. Buca\nThis delicious Italian eatery has seen the likes of Megan Fox, and it's no surprise: their beef tartar is arguably the best in Toronto, not to mention their incredible pastas. Their newest location is situated in the heart of Yorkville, the best area to go celeb spotting in the city for sure.\nPhoto-Eurweb\n3. Trattoria Nervosa\nThis adorable restaurant has dined royalty: Bae and Jay of course! They were seen leaving the restaurant with baby Blue in tow a few years ago. Try the "Mafalde ai Funghi", or mushroom pasta, while on your celeb hunt.\nPhoto-Just Jared\n4. Sotto Sotto\nSotto Sotto is a good place to start when on the look out for celebs, I mean, Drake DOES mention it in one of his songs and often frequents the restaurant. Other stars that have been spotted here include Blake Lively, Matt Damon, and John Hamm.\nPhoto-The Daily Mail\n5. The SoHo House\nThis celeb spot will require a bit more effort to get in to, but is completely worth it. The SoHo House only allows members who have paid quite a bit to have their own membership in. So we highly suggest making friends with someone who has this coveted membership!\nPhoto-Zimbio\n6. Harbord Room\nThis adorable spot, with it's pink walls, has seen many celebs, like Jessica Chastain and designer Kate Spade, over the years,who have no doubt come to taste their famous burgers.