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The Ultimate Toronto Instagram Food Challenge

Can you conquer the challenge?
The Ultimate Toronto Instagram Food Challenge

So you think you have a killer Instagram? You have photos of all the coolest places, murals, skylines, sunsets and more. More importantly, you've completed this list of places to take Instagram photos.

READ MORE: 10 Toronto Couples Who Are Killing It On Instagram

Sure you've seen the Thompson Hotel rooftop and the Polson Pier, but this challenge is for all the foodies out there. How many of these photos can you take for your foodstagram?

Check out this challenge of food photos to take in Toronto, and tag us in your pics!

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1. A photo of ice cream from Sweet Jesus on the iconic blue wall.

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2. A picture of you with a jumbo cocktail from The Porch.

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3. Spend on the insane chocolate egg from La Banane. 

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4. Capture a healthy platter including a smoothie bowl.

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5. A photo of you holding a legendary burger from Burger Priest. 

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6. A tower of the city famous Sneaky Dee's nachos. 

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7. A photo of at least 3 tacos from La Carnita. 

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8. 1 photo of charcoal ice cream.

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9. A hefty ice cream sandwich from Short and Sweet Bakeshop. 

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10. Insane bubble tea from Royaltea. 

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11. An insane seafood dish from Mamakas Taverna. 

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12. A super greasy fattening breakfast spread from The Bloor Jane Diner. 

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13. 2 different pizzas from Libretto. 

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14. A sushi burrito from Rolltation.

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15. An entire table of Dim Sum from Rol San. 

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16. A dozen insane looking doughnuts.

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17. A waffle pizza from Toast Delight. 

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18. Cool fusion pad Thai fries from Lisa Marie. 

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