The end of the week is officially upon us, which means it's time to start making big weekend plans. No matter where you live, most people like to spend their Friday and Saturday evenings grabbing food and drinks with friends. If you happen to live in Toronto though, you may just be in for a star-studded weekend. TIFF 2019 celebrity spotting restaurants you need to try.\nAs you probably already know by now, the Toronto International Film Festival kicked off today, September 5. Extravagant events will be running from now until the 15, giving you plenty of time to hit up all the restaurants on this list.\nSTK Toronto // 153 Yorkville Ave\nView this post on Instagram Step into the belly of the beast and make the best of your dinner feast! 🍽🥩 #STKToronto #eatstk #saturdaynightsteaknight A post shared by @ stk.toronto on Sep 1, 2018 at 4:16pm PDT\nIf you want to dine like rapper and Hustlers star Cardi B, STK is the place to go. The restaurant itself is absolutely stunning and has a mouthwatering menu, but the luxurious appeal also pretty much guarantees that you'll be dining amongst the stars.\nMontecito // 299 Adelaide St W\nView this post on Instagram There’s always time for a glass of wine! ⠀ ⠀ Come out on this sunny Saturday and enjoy delicious sips in @bytheglass_montecito - You won’t regret it🍷 A post shared by Montecito Restaurant (@montecitotoronto) on Aug 31, 2019 at 1:13pm PDT\nMontecito is a California inspired restaurant that celebrities flock to to make themselves feel at home, away from home. The restaurant is an official hospitality partner of TIFF and hosts exclusive film parties during the festival. Celebrities spotted here include Idris Elba, George Clooney, and Kate Winslet.\nBar Reyna // 158 Cumberland St\nView this post on Instagram this place was so cozy and aesthetic. I loved the decor and the food was amazing 📍Toronto A post shared by Sights & Delights (@sightsndelights) on Jul 4, 2019 at 8:10am PDT\nMovie stars like Benedict Cumberbatch, Matt Damon, and Alicia Vikander have been spotted at Bar Reyna. If you're a big fan of unique cocktails and a unique, refreshing atmosphere, you'll definitely want to do your TIFF pre and post-drinking here.\nThe Drake // 1150 Queen St W\nView this post on Instagram Take a page outta @britishgq’s book + join us sky-high on “one of the best places to drink in the city” 🙌🏻🥂 . . . . . . . . #skyyard #thedrake #patio #happy #skyyardatthedrake #thedrakehotel #bestpatio #nightlife #party #cocktail #drink #monday #drinks #summer #photooftheday #skyyard #instadaily #restaurant #hospitality #cocktails #bright #colour #instagood #torontodj #art #daquiri #tobrunch #party A post shared by The Drake (@thedrake) on Aug 26, 2019 at 9:43am PDT\nThe Drake may be out of the way of most TIFF celebrations, but Vogue named the neighbourhood that it's in the second most hip in the world, and we all know that celebs love hip places. The iconic actress Margot Robbie has been known to stay here, and you'll have plenty of options for star scouting at the restaurant, club, or lounge.\nPatria // 478 King St W\nView this post on Instagram Your Tuesday night view, what could be better? A post shared by Patria (@patriato) on Jul 23, 2019 at 3:06pm PDT\nLast year, Patria was the spot where Ryan Gosling and Justin Trudeau ignited their super Canadian bromance. The Prime Minister made a surprise appearance at the Spanish restaurant, so who's to say that he won't pop by again this year?!\nByblos // 11 Duncan St\nView this post on Instagram Looking for the perfect place to spoil your mom? Look no further. Book Mother’s Day Brunch now at Byblos Uptown! A post shared by Experience Byblos (@experiencebyblos) on May 9, 2019 at 8:05am PDT\nToronto native Rachel McAdams has been known to dine at Byblos frequently, which I think says a lot about the restaurant. The Eastern Mediterranean spot will be hosting several events throughout the duration of TIFF, so you'll want to keep an eye out while in the area.