17 Bib Gourmands join the inaugural MICHELIN Guide Toronto, serving tacos, barbecue, and smoked meat.
Canada Bib Gourmand MICHELIN Star Revelation Toronto New Additions
The very first MICHELIN Guide Toronto is launching with 17 Bib Gourmands spread across the city, from barbecue in Port Lands to Middle Eastern fare in The Annex. Read on to find out who’s joining the guide. Bon appétit!

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One MICHELIN Star Alo and Alobar Yorkville wine director Christopher Sealy on his daily coffee practice and vibrant, energetic white wines to drink right now
The stars are shining brightly over Toronto, with 13 new MICHELIN-Starred restaurants joining the inaugural MICHELIN Guide Toronto
One MICHELIN Star Osteria Giulia’s bar team—Sam Couchman, Loris Murru, Oliviya Snider—are this year’s Toronto Exceptional Cocktail Award winners
Tobey Nemeth and Michael Caballo, chefs-owners of One Star Edulis, on vegetables, love in the kitchen, and how Edulis came to be.
The Pine Tree State lives up to its name with lush, dense forests, peaks for days, a glittering coastline, and the freshest seafood.
Toronto’s most impressive restaurants will be in the MICHELIN Guide for the first time ever — a signal that the city’s flourishing culinary scene is as sophisticated as its hotel offerings.
Canada, including newest MICHELIN Guide cities Toronto and Vancouver, has a rapidly growing collection of super stylish, design-forward hotels.
30 restaurants in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Westchester are joining The MICHELIN Guide New York City and Westchester, serving pasta to regional South Indian fare.
Eighteen restaurants in and around Los Angeles are joining The MICHELIN Guide California.
Vancouver’s hotels are as beguiling as its restaurants. Here’s where to stay while eating your way across the city.
Vancouver joins Toronto as a Canadian MICHELIN Guide destination this fall.


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