It's summer, it's Toronto and you know the food selection in here is like no other! Toronto offers a variety of amazing restaurants at different price points, so that everyone can take advantage of a night out. However, sometimes it can be hard to find the food you want for the price you can afford.\nREAD MORE:13 Old School Diners In Toronto Where You Can Eat For Under $15\nSo whether you're broke af, like me. Or balling like it's March Madness, there's a restaurant on this list for you.\nTreat Yourself for $20\nTreat Yourself for $50\nTreat Yourself for $100\nClick "Next" to see Toronto Restaurants you should treat yourself this summer for $20.\nTreat Yourself for $20\nvia @gardengangsters_\nGarden Gangsters // 12 Market Street\nEverything ranging from $3-$20, Garden Gangsters offers healthy and fuvking delicious food! They are redefining healthy as gangster.\nvia @fatpasha\nFat Pasha // 414 Dupont St\nAppetizers, salads, entrees, and desserts all for under $20! Funky eatery with country-chic decor serving Middle Eastern & European Jewish dishes.\nvia @geegmahoney\nSeven Lives // 69 Kensington Ave\nHeads up!! This is a cash only restaurant! Located in Kensington Market, Seven Lives is offering baja-style tacos & seafood. Everything on the menu is $10 or less!\nUtopia Cafe and Grill // 586 College St\n$5 Apps!! Nothing is over $20 at this cute cafe. Everything from burritos, sandwiches, burgers. Utopia Cafe and Grills offers many vegetarian options, plus wine & local beer.\nvia @pgclucks\nPG Clucks // 610 College St\nI think the picture speaks for itself. Insert heart eyes emoji here!! PG Clucks' is a tiny take-out spot that serves up deep-fried Nashville-style hot chicken sandwiches!\nvia @meintzerthighs\nMean Bao // Multiple Locations\nSteamed bun sandwiches so affordable, that two people can eat here for $20! Mean Bao is a must try on our list!!\nvia @kevpanlilio\nGushi // 238 Queen St W\nPurple rice? Yes, please! Gushi is a street cart style restaurant specializing in Japanese cuisine like fried chicken. Perfect for lunch dates, two people can eat huge portions for under $20.\nClick "Next" to see Toronto Restaurants you should treat yourself this summer for $50.\nTreat Yourself for $50\nvia @jaclynursula\nThe Captains Boil // Multiple Locations\nFirst, you choose your catch, then your flavor and then your heat. The Captains Boil has an endless amount of options. The Captains Boil is a maritime-themed restaurant specializing in boil-in-a-bag Cajun& Asian-inspired seafood.\nvia @thenewcollective_\nFigo // 295 Adelaide St W\nWith the cutest decor, the atmosphere of Figo is incredible. Serving contemporary Italian dishes, the menu offers a good range of food to order, all at a reasonable price!\nByblos // 11 Duncan St\nThis 2 story restaurant is putting a contemporary spin on Eastern Mediterranean cuisine. Byblos' menu ranges from $50-$70 for a good meal.\nvia @euziny_\nCIBO Wine Bar // Multiple Locations\nCibo brings an authentic rustic Italian flare to their menu. An appetizer and an entree will run you about $50 at this gorgeous restaurant. Don't forget to snap a quick picture with the "You Are Beautiful" sign while you're there.\nvia @st3mps\nJoso's // 202 Davenport Road\nThis upscale seafood eatery offers tons of options ranging from $10-$50. Also known for being the same restaurant that Drake took his "Take Care" album cover!\nClick "Next" to see Toronto Restaurants you should treat yourself this summer for $100.\nTreat Yourself for $100\nvia @deema_eats\nMomofuku Daisho // 190 University Avenue\nMomofuku offers large feasts for the whole table! This may run you up a bit of a tab but the portions are out of control!\nvia @taransodhi\nSotto Sotto // 120 Avenue Rd\nLocated in the lavish Yorkville, Toronto, Sotto Sotto is an upscale trattoria offering traditional dishes from South-Central Italy. This restaurant is super romantic and definitely a spot to take a special someone to. Dinner here will cost you around a bill.\nvia @dschreibs\nSTK // 153 Yorkville Ave\nWith tons of different options from appetizers and entrees to sides! STK is a restaurant & lounge serving steaks, seafood & cocktails in a sleek, ultramodern setting.\nvia @kellyumyum\nFabbrica // 49 Karl Fraser Rd, North York\nFabbrica is serving up Italian dishes, including wood-oven pizza & fresh pasta. Two people can comfortably eat at this gorgeous restaurant for $100.\nvia @tocatoronto\nTOCA // 181 Wellington St W\nTOCA is located inside the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Offering seasonal, local-sourced Italian cuisine. They also have a cheese cave!! Heaven, I know! Dinner for two will run you a little over $100.