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You're Not A True Torontonian If You Haven't Eaten At Least 19 Of These 30 Foods

There are a LOT of food options in the city (understatement of the century). From charcoal ice cream to cookie dough scoops, it seems like every food trend seems to hit the city eventually. However, there are the staple favourites that every Torontonian has grown to know and love. Let's be honest though, if you haven't been to at least 19 of these 30 notable spots in the city or had their signature dishes, are you even doing the Toronto food scene right? 

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A Poké bowl from Pokito. // 420 Queen St W 

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A chimney stack from Eva's Original Chimneys. // 454 Bloor St W 

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Brunch at Starving Artist. // 1078 St Clair Ave W 

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Mac and Cheese from Bobbie Sue's. // 162 Ossington Ave 

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Taco Tuesday at Wilbur Mexicana. // 552 King St W 

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Patio eats at Oasis Rooftop Patio. // 99 Blue Jays Way 

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Decked out dot dogs from Fancy Franks. // 453 Queen St W 

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Cheat day worthy burgers from Rudys. // 619 College St 

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The infamous sushi burger from SU&BU. // 106 John St 

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A waffle cone from Bang Bang. // 93 1/2 Ossington Ave 

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Insanely decorated soft serve from Sweet Jesus. // 130 Eglinton Ave E 

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Blueberry stacks from Mildred's Temple Kitchen. // 85 Hanna Ave

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The insta-famous rainbow bagel from What-A-Bagel.

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Homemade pizza from Pizzeria Libretto. // 545 King St W 

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Donuts from The Rolling Pin. // 1970 Avenue Rd 

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A Shake from Short & Sweet Bake Shoppe. // 1945 Avenue Rd 

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Chicken and waffles from The Dirty Bird. // 79 Kensington Ave

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The vegan Big Mac at Doomies. // 1263 Queen St W 

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A smoked meat sandwich from Caplansky's Deli. // 356 College St 

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A food bowl from Kupfert and Kim. // 140 Spadina Ave 

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An ice cream taco from Booyah Inc. // 16 Vaughan Rd 

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Fries dressed to the nines from Moo Frites. // 178 Baldwin St 

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Fish and Chips from Easy Catch. // 1446 Yonge St 

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Diner eats from Fran's. // 20 College St 

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One of the smash bags from Junked Food Co. // 507 Queen St W 

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Comfort food at La Cubana. // 92 Ossington Ave 

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Dumplings from Mother's Dumplings. // 421 Spadina Avenue 

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German wieners from WVRST. // 609 King St W 

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Literally anything from Fring's. // 455 King St W 

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Pho from Pho Hung. // 350 Spadina Ave 

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