There are so many places to eat to choose from in Toronto, we all know that, but a new food joint has opened up to shake things up a bit. If affordable food and drinks are on your radar, Cass Avenue Toronto is a snack bar which could become your go-to place for cheap eats. Inspired by the Detroit music scene, this vibe is sure to add some colour to your Instagram feed.
Cass Avenue offers an array of cheap but good-quality food, sure to satisfy your appetite, and most of it is available for $5 or $10 dollars. But, if you're looking to spend a little more cash, they do have their baller section.
There, you can indulge in some steak or premium seafood.
In a release given to Narcity, Cass Avenue detailed their menu options. Their $5 menu includes their Caesar bites, shishitos for a bit of a kick, and fries with a special house-made malt mayo, just to name a few.
Step up your spend to $10 and you can dig into their "Smash" Burger and fries, Filipino BBQ skewers, and their Margherita pizza.
If you're a fan of The Good Son restaurant, it's the same owner who has opened up Cass Avenue, so you can expect similar quality food at an affordable price.
That's not all, though!
You can satisfy that sweet tooth with a banana split or a Pineapple Upside Down Cake, just for $5.
Besides the menu deals, this snack bar also has $15 daily specials like Taco Tuesdays, Filipino Feast Thursdays, Farm to Table Fridays, and English Roast Sundays.
If you're looking for more of a casual drinks-type of vibe, they also have Happy Hour specials between 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. to 12 p.m. Restaurant hours run from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. seven days a week.
This is definitely a place worth considering if you're interested in trying new food joints or just want to explore the city. With its hours, decor, and variety of food and drink, this sounds like a great snack bar to hit up after a long day at work.
Narcity has reached out to Cass Avenue for further comment.
Cass Avenue Snack Bar
Cuisine: Affordable food with flavours from across the world.
Address: 150 Eglington Ave. East, Toronto
Why You Need To Go: Food with prices that'll make your wallet and stomach, happy.