Restaurants You Have To Try This February

Restaurants In Toronto You Have To Try

There are an endless amount of restaurants in Toronto. And we’re only covering three of them in this blog, three that we think you’ll want to try. And that’s the thing about Toronto, there’s always some new place to try and a place that’s been around for years but you’re just discovering it now. So let’s go on a journey to discover three new places.

Bar Poet

Here’s a place that only accepts walk-ins, so don’t try and make a reservation. This is a unique location located at 1090 Queen Street West. Serving up pizza, beers, cocktails and wine until 2am everyday.

What’s great about Bar Poet, the wine is on tap and the pizzas are only $10. This is a great place to hangout during the weekend for a night out on the weekend.


This fabulous restaurant has three locations, one in Toronto and two in New York City. Bringing the same energy from their New York locations Raku offers up Toronto version of their very popular New York based udon noodles.

What’s great about Raku, they specialize in undon noodles, this Japanese restaurant has been open in Toronto since 2016. You won’t be disappointed after visiting Raku Toronto.


The very Canadian Avling uses only seasonal ingredients in their food and even their beer. Since their menu changes with the seasons, you can always expect something new and unique. They have their own brewery offering up a pilsner, I.P.A and a saison.

What’s great about Avling, they not only have an incredibly unique menu with all seasonal ingredients but they also offer up various workshops.

How Will You Get There

At Toronto Airport Limo we don’t only offer service to and from the airport, we also offer service all over the city. You can travel to your dinner in luxury and comfort. All you have to do is book your car and then let us worry about the rest.

It can be hard to navigate a city that you’re visiting. Or if you’re a local and you want to make your night extra special, we’re there for you. Book online now and start planning your next foodie adventure in Toronto.