You can’t mention Little Italy without mentioning its food culture and a few landmark restaurants. Cafe Diplomatico has been in the heart of the village for over 45 years, often being referred to as “The Dip.” It has one of the best patios in the city and is the central hangout for soccer fans during the World Cup soccer tournament. The Sicilian Sidewalk Cafe also has a storied history, being Toronto’s oldest gelateria. Bitondo’s Pizzeria and Il Gatto Nero are your best bets for pizza. Currently, the fringes and side streets of Little Italy are home to trendier restaurants like Acadia, Bar Isabel and Woodlot. At the centre In mid-June, the Taste of Little Italy, is a showcase of Italian food at bite-sized prices as well as crafters and musicians who participate in the festivities.
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Experience Toronto's bustling Little Italy neighborhood and its amazing food scene with a local chef! This small-group progressive dinner tour will take you to ... Read more
Duration: 3.5 hours