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It's pumpkin time! Toronto's twinkly fall patio is officially returning this season, and if you love all things autumn, then you'll want to put on a knit sweater and take a trip here.

Fall N' Leaves is a fall-themed pop-up filled with food, drinks, and seasonal activities. The attraction is returning for its third year starting September 30.

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Toronto is now home to Canada's very first Michelin Guide, and a grand total of 13 restaurants were awarded stars. On September 13, 2022, Michelin revealed a list of the starred venues, along with other spots that received special recognition.

Locals, however, think that more restaurants around the city deserved some acknowledgement. In an Instagram Q&A, we asked our readers which Toronto restaurants should have gotten a star in the 2022 Michelin Guide, and here are the places they came up with.

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You can dine like you're on an island vacay at this new restaurant in Toronto. Miss Likklemore's is a Caribbean-inspired restaurant that has just opened on King Street West, and if you're looking for tropical vibes and upscale dishes, then you'll want to check it out.

If the name sounds familiar, it's because the restaurant first operated as a pop-up on Queen Street West back in 2020. Now, the venue has a permanent location brought to life by restaurateur Hanif Harji of Scale Hospitality alongside partners Darren Hinds of The Good Son and Lonie Murdock, who are the original founders of the pop-up.

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The Toronto International Film Festival is in full swing, and there are tons of celebrities visiting the 6ix. These restaurants are TIFF hotspots, and you could see a celeb (or two!) dining here.

Some venues are hosting VIP events, while others have been visited by big-name celebs over the years. Get ready to stargaze at these spots!

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