Tony finds that there’s more to Toronto than what meets the eye. From nose-to-tail cuisine to authentic dim sum, Toronto has one of the most diverse food scenes in the world, and Tony attempts to see as much ...Go to Episode
Ronnie's Local 069
Tony grabs a beer with David Sax at this unsuspecting little hideaway on Nassau Street. Ronnie's feels like part British pub, part romantic “I-know-a-great-little-spot" destination and part house party.
69 Nassau St
Toronto, ON M5T 1M7, Canada
Sneaky Dee’s is an iconic Toronto music venue -- they also serve food, but it is all about the concert hall upstairs.
431 College St
Toronto, ON M5T 1T1, Canada
Spin takes the classic pool-hall formula and applies it to Ping-Pong. One part bar, one part Ping-Pong stadium, you can drink and play at the same time. Players are given a basket of balls and the staff moves around to collect the wayward shots.
7026 Bathurst St
Toronto, ON L4J 8K3, Canada
Locals know to head to Ellington Avenue late at night to find Jamaican beef patties and jerk chicken served in steel drums. Toronto has a large West Indian Community, and this turns out to be quite the party on weekend nights.
852 Pape Ave
Toronto, ON M4K 3T6, Canada
Tony heads to Tosho Knife Arts in Mirvish Village and explores the variety of culinary cutlery they offer. The knives at Tosho start at around $100 and head right up to the $3,000 range.
602 Markham St, Lower Level Mirvish Village
Toronto, ON M6G 2L8, Canada
From local Toronto brews like Augusta Ale and Denison's, to European and Japanese imports, the 16 different craft brews on tap are sure to please Toronto's serious beer connoisseurs.
609 King West
Toronto, ON M5V 1M5, Canada