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Nana - Dubbed the “rebellious younger sister” to Toronto’s fave Thai restaurant, Khao San Road, Nana recently opened their doors after years of speculation and curious looky-loo’s wondering what was going on behind the papered windows on 785 Queen West. Taking the space over from The Friendly Thai, Nana has a distinctly street style vibe with an interior that has been carefully replicated to resemble the hustle and bustle of Bangkok.

Nana - Dubbed the “rebellious younger sister” to Toronto’s fave Thai restaurant, Khao San Road, Nana recently opened their doors after years of speculation and curious looky-loo’s wondering what was going on behind the papered windows on 785 Queen West. Taking the space over from The Friendly Thai, Nana has a distinctly street style vibe with an interior that has been carefully replicated to resemble the hustle and bustle of Bangkok.

Bellwoods Brewery, 124 Ossington.     Great beer, but what keeps me going back is the amazing charcuterie and small plates that come out of the tiny kitchen.

Bellwoods Brewery, 124 Ossington. Great beer, but what keeps me going back is the amazing charcuterie and small plates that come out of the tiny kitchen.

A laid-back seafood shop serving the best authentic Hawaiian poke in Toronto. Located in the heart of Kensington Market - 179 Baldwin St.

A laid-back seafood shop serving the best authentic Hawaiian poke in Toronto. Located in the heart of Kensington Market - 179 Baldwin St.

Inspired by all four regions of Thailand, the menu includes dishes you don’t always see in North America.

Inspired by all four regions of Thailand, the menu includes dishes you don’t always see in North America.

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