7 Toronto Restaurants Who Do Delivery Themselves & Make It Super Easy To Support Local
A stay-at-home order doesn't mean you can't eat well — in fact, now is really the time to hit up Toronto restaurants that deliver and treat yourself.
But apps like DoorDash or UberEats can charge restaurants extra fees for their services, which means less money going to the local businesses who really need it.
Thankfully, there are some places that will deliver themselves and cut out the middle man.
You can find a whole bunch on Not-UberEats.com, a new site that lists Toronto restaurants that do their own delivery.
Why You Need To Order: You can grab all of your favourite comfort foods and still feel like you're eating healthy with this all-vegan menu.
Cuisine: Brunch / Lunch
Why You Need To Order: Cocktails for delivery — need we say more? Insomnia has all the classics like french toast and avocado bennies to make your Zoom brunches that much more memorable.
Why You Need To Order: If you're looking for a way to spruce up your work-from-home lunches, Little Sito's range of spreads, dips and bowls are a game-changer.
Why You Need To Order: Maker Pizza has its own app, so you're literally the push of a button away from their home-made pies getting beamed straight to your doorstep.
Why You Need To Order: Somun is a wood-fired bread that's popular in Bosnia, and according to Superstar, somun with ćevapčići is the iconic equivalent of a Montreal bagel. Big words, but it certainly looks like they've got merit.
Why You Need To Order: Not only does Pizzeria Du sell gorgeous vegan pizzas, but customers can choose to donate on top of their order and have the extra money — with each dollar matched by Pizzeria Du — go to Toronto Western Hospital and the West Neighbourhood House.
Why You Need To Order: Offering free delivery between 5 and 10 p.m., Chadani is a perfect evening craving-satisfier for Toronto's long, long, long winter nights.