There are tons of really great chains that have braced the streets of Toronto. We have a Starbucks on every corner, hundreds of McDonalds, Milestones and PLENTY of Jack Astor's. These restaurants are perfect for when you're craving something you know is good. 

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Toronto also has tons of restaurants that are unique to the city. These independent restaurants are just as good as the huge chains. Bonus: you can ONLY find them in Toronto. Sorry everywhere else on the planet, you HAVE to come visit to get a taste!

Check out this bucket list of independent Toronto restaurants!

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Hanmoto // 2 Lakeview Ave

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The Grand Electric // 1330 Queen St. W

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Easy Restaurant // 1645 Queen St. West

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Seven Lives // 69 Kensington Ave

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Bar Raval // 505 College St.

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North of Brooklyn // 650.5 Queen St. W

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Gusto 101 // 101 Portland St.

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Saving Grace // 907 Dundas St. W

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Aunties and Uncles / 74 Lippincott St. 

via @notabenetoronto

Nota Bene // 180 Queen St. W

via @willkresky

Richmond Station // 1 Richmond St. W

via @kumekko

Mamakas Taverna // 80 Ossington Ave

via @mfveats

Pai // 18 Duncan St.

via @narcitycanada

Banjara // 796 Bloor St. W

via @smoke.and.miras

El Trompo // 277 Augusta Ave

via @barsataberna

Barsa Taberna // 26 Market St.

via @dineandfash

Ardo // 243 King St. E

via @caplanskys

Caplansky's // 356 College St.

via @oysterboytoronto

Oyster Boy // 872 Queen St. W

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Cava // 1560 Yonge St.

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Chabrol // 90 Yorkville Ave

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