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There are so many unique food trucks to hit up in Vancouver, B.C., but a few really stand out.

One of the top food bloggers in the city listed his go-to food trucks that everyone has to hit up when they are in Vancouver.

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Dine Out Vancouver is back, and they have some great deals that are being offered this year!

Now is the time to check out all those bucket-list restaurants that you've been drooling over for months.

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We all know all that one friend who's always trying new recipes or introducing us to trendy restaurants and different cuisines.

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With patio season finally in full swing in Toronto, you're probably already hitting up your favourite spots around the city. While patios drenched in the midday sun are no doubt where it's at this summer (because there's nothing like catching rays while sipping on a cocktail), Torontonians shouldn't forget about the unbeatable vibe of dining while the sun goes down.

Whether you're in Etobicoke, Scarborough, North York or anywhere in between, Toronto is full of patios that offer epic views to enjoy along with a delicious meal. Plus, you can win a whole year of patio dining just by visiting them!

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The sun's out and the patios are officially open! While you probably have your favourite bars and restaurants that you're already looking forward to visiting, there are also tons of hidden gems in the city that deserve some love this summer.

Toronto is home to some of the best restaurants in the country, and this summer is your chance to explore them. From Etobicoke to Scarborough, through the Islands to North York, let your taste buds take you on a tour of these BIPOC-owned restaurants.

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