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Where We Ate: Toronto--Annex

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Most of our dinners were in the Annex because that’s where we were staying. There are a lot of restaurants there, but not all of them have lots of seating. I mention below when a place is small.

Detroit Pizzeria
When I found out that we would be walking distance from Detroit-style pizza, I knew we had to try it. The pizza was up to Detroit standards with good caramelization on the edges.


There are only a few tables inside, but takeout and delivery are available.

Future Bistro
This place serves all-day breakfast, sandwiches, and some (mainly Eastern) European dishes. Our choices ran that gamut, from a burger to pancakes, wings, and cabbage rolls (pictured below).

Everyone seemed to like their food. There wasn’t a kid menu, but the variety can be helpful for pleasing a group of people.

Mi Taco Taquería
This place is unusual in that it shares a storefront with a chicken sandwich place. Everyone in my group ordered tacos, so I will only report on that. The menu here is pretty simple: tacos and burritos with your choice of various fillings. There are also a few sides. No kid menu here, but you can order just 1 taco to accommodate a smaller appetite. Everyone enjoyed their tacos, and the favorite filling seemed to be pork carnitas. There is some seating inside, but it is not very big.


Wild Wing
This appears to be a chain across Ontario similar to a Buffalo Wild Wings in the US. There is a good amount of seating at this location.

Wild Wing boasts 101 flavors of wings. There are heat ratings to help you figure out if a sauce is in your comfort zone. This was Canada Day and our last night in town, so DD1 and I went extra Canadian and split an order of Canadian (maple BBQ) wings and some poutine.


There is a kid menu, other pub grub besides wings, and lots of TVs with sports, so this is another place that could appeal to a group with different tastes.

Posted by amikulski 01:57 Archived in Canada Tagged food toronto

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