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11 Best Places To Eat In Liberty Village

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11 Best Places To Eat In Liberty Village

There are so many restaurants in Toronto to choose from, the decision where to eat can be quite difficult at times. It's easier to decide on a place when you're designated to a specific neighbourhood, therefore we have created a list that will guide you to the best eateries in Liberty Village.

From vibrant restaurants to quick bite cafes, there are plenty of places to choose from offering different cuisines when it comes to grabbing a bite in this neighbourhood. Here's are the 11 best places to eat in Liberty Village, whether you're going for breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner:

Read also: 11 Best Places To Eat In Kensington Market 

1. Oats & Ivy // 127A, 171 Liberty St.

Oats & Ivy is one of the best places to grab a healthy meal in Liberty Village.From salads to bowls, soups, in house made juices and sweet treats - they have it all! Are you vegan, gluten-free or paleo? Oats & Ivy can accommodate several types of diets and food preferences. All their meals include fresh organic ingredients (their fresh herbs and sprouts are grown in a laboratorial contraption.) If you're in need to have protein with your meal, they do offer roasted chicken and OceanWise trout.

2. Bugigattolo Kitchen  // 54 Fraser Ave.

This authentic restaurant serves the best southern Italian fare in Liberty Village! Their small cozy space has a very welcoming atmosphere, allowing you to personally socialize with the chef. Bugigattolo serves full day breakfast, paninis, salads, pasta and other delicious Italian goodies.

3. Raaw // 171 Liberty St. E #146

Feeling like having sushi for lunch? Head on over to Raaw, the trendiest Japanese restaurant in Liberty Village. They have a huge variety of Japanese cuisine to choose from with an extensive menu of sushi, traditional plates, teriyakis and noodles. Raaw's fish is always fresh and without doubt will satisfy your sushi cravings.

4. Mildred's Temple Kitchen // 85 Hanna Ave.

Mildred's Temple features a menu that is divided into different food categories, making it easy to choose your meal. Their food is fresh and delicious with pairings you thought would never go together! The modern cuisine is made in an open kitchen and is served in a very bright and spacious environment. Mildred's temple is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and have their famous brunch on the weekends.

Photo cred - @the.real.wolfie

5. Local Public Eatery // 171 E. Liberty St

Local is a laid back neighbourhood spot in Liberty Village, that is perfect place to grab food and drinks for lunch brunch and dinner. The pub grub has a vibrant environment, with large screen TV's, a shuffle board and a live split-flat board that rotates beer selections . On a nice day make sure you take a seat on their lovely spacious patio!

6. Merci Mon Ami // 171 East Liberty St.

This modern family owned bistro is favorited for its speciality baguette style sandwiches. The food is really filling, the decor is very welcoming and their service is fast and friendly. Merci Mon Ami has a spacious harvest table and a casual vibe environment that ultimately makes the perfect lunch spot.

7. Maizal // 33 Jefferson Ave

Maizal is a quesadilla and taco cafe that serves flavourful Mexican cuisine. Their tortillas are made from scratch using a homemade recipe that has been passed on for generations. The restaurant has a beautiful colourful decor, that is accessorized with terracotta accents, folk art and onrnate moldings, an overall a design that perfectly reflects Mexican culture.

8. Williams Landing // 120 Lynn Williams St.

Williams Landing is a modish casual bar that is appropriate to dine at anytime of the day. The restaurant has become a popular spot for many Torontonians due to the lively atmosphere and delicious food that will satisfy everyones needs. Williams Landing always plays all the sports games on their TV's, which you can even see if you're sitting on their beautiful patio. P.s you must try their signature brunch caesar!

9. School // 70 Fraser Ave.

If we're talking about the best brunch places in Toronto, we're talking about School. This stylish restaurant serves delicious food for brunch, lunch and dinner. Their factory-like decor and 2 patios provide an exciting atmosphere to converse and have a delicious meal.

10. Itz A Wrap // 129 Jefferson Ave.

Itz A Wrap offers ready-made and custom mouth-watering wraps, gourmet sandwiches fresh salads and soups. This healthy eatery is perfect for a quick grab and go. All their meals are prepped and cut in house or are supplied by local businesses.

Photo cred -@kvs17

11. Mike's Liberty Grill // 155 Liberty St.

This casual lunch spot is a family owned business located in the heart of Liberty Village. The eatery offers delicious daily lunch specials and catering services. Each of their meals includes diverse flavours and are made with a great deal of passion. Enjoy items from their hot from the grill menu or one of their salads that are made with fresh ingredients.

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