It’s Friday night and the clock strikes 2 a.m. (alright fine, morning, If you want to get technical about it). Your grand evening of social interaction is coming to a close and you’re drunk, high or sober – a.k.a. hungry as ever.
At this point it’s time to choose your own adventure, you could turn left and head to McDonalds, or right to Smokes Poutinerie. But wait! Not everything is open, and wouldn’t it be nice to sit back, relax, and eat something delicious?
Luckily we’ve come to your rescue, with a list of spots that aren’t just open late, but open for a full 24 hours! To make it through your midnight munchies, check out our list of spots in the city:
525 Dundas Street West
If you ever found yourself wanting the comfort of a huge bowl of soup at 2 a.m., then Pho Pastuer is the spot for you. This Chinatown spot serves up piping hot Pho all day and night long.
20 College Street
Want breakfast but hate the enormous brunch lines? Fran’s is luckily open 24 hours at their College and Yonge location, so you’re never too far away from a big homestyle breakfast plate.
7 West Cafe
7 Charles Street West
Perfect for late-night studiers or artists with a bad case of writers block, 7 West offers a picturesque, candle-light dining experience any time of the day. With an expansive menu, this place will fill any of your cravings, too. Breakfast, salad, pastas and more, the list goes on.
The Night Baker
Online Order – Delivery Only
Stuck at home in the wee hours of the morning and have a craving for something sweet? As the name implies, The Night Baker is a delivery service, bringing freshly baked goods right to your door. Pinch yourself, late night cooks don’t have to be a thing of dreams.
1132 Dundas Street West
One of the most tried and true spots for any of your late night cravings, this Ossington institution is many Torontonians’ choice spot for apres-bar feeding. Not only has this place been featured in a bunch of great movies like The Shape of Water and Cocktail, this 24-hour diner is a worthy destination plates of alcohol-absorbing plates such as poutine, breakfast and mac & cheese.
474 Dupont Street
If you’ve ever driven by the corner of Bathurst and Dupont, chances are you’ve caught a glimpse of Vesta Lunch. This no-frills diner serves up the classics all day and night long like old fashioned burgers and souvlaki sandwiches.
700 Bloor Street West
Bulgogi, pork bone soup, ramen, this Koreantown hole in the wall serves up some pretty tasty Korean classics at all times of the day. The prices here are pretty reasonable, and are perfectly located for any U of T or Ryerson students packing it in after a night of karaoke nearby.
The Bagel House
1438 Yonge Street
As if finding Montreal-style bagels in Toronto wasn’t hard enough, you’d think getting your hands on them at night would be even harder. Luckily, The Bagel House is baking proper Montreal bagels all day and night, along with expert sandwiches like BLTs, lox, and smoked meat sandwiches. Hey, you can even grab a dozen bagels on the way out for your s/o for some extra brownie points.
929 Queen Street East
East-enders, we weren’t neglecting you. If you find yourself with both and empty tank of gas and stomach, make your way down Queen street to the Leslieville pumps. Open 24 hours, this Texas-style kitchen serves up some delectable offerings such as their Southern Beef Brisket sammy, fried pickles and Pumps poutine. Keep them in mind for your next holiday meal, as they are open Christmas day!
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