Found behind Rose and Sons, Big Crow is a Canadian restaurant inspired by camping trips to Algonquin Park. Expect eats such as baby back ribs, rabbit, surf and turf, coal baked brie and much more gut stuffing stuff.
Calling themselves an upscale family restaurant, Green Eggplant has a distinct bistro feel with exposed brick walls and home style cooking. Menu offerings range from grilled sandwiches and burgers to pastas and stir-frys, as well as seafood.
Grilled kabobs, stir-fried noodles, sirloin steak, lamb shoulder chops and more can be enjoyed at Back Alley BBQ. The restaurant can be found on Augustana Avenue.
STACK Restaurant is located on Yonge Street in Toronto. This restaurant specializes in smoked meat and has various kinds of mouth watering meats featured on the menu such as: brisket, pulled pork, chicken, ribs and even catfish. Sandwiches and other dishes are also available.
Hogtown Smoke is a mobile smokehouse providing Torontonians with barbecue items on-the-go. They are known for serving some of the finest pulled pork in the country.
In addition to offering a wide selection of pastries, including custom cakes, this bistro also features comprehensive breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. Some of the diverse selections offered include crab cake on brioche, mango and shrimp salad and Mongolian pork wraps.
Modern diner and barbecue cuisine are served up at this casual eatery, which features an array of selections, including grilled burgers, pulled pork sandwiches, slow-smoked ribs and chicken and kid-friendly fare. Lunch and dinner are served Tuesday through Sunday.
Burrito Bandidos serves up a great selection of burritos and bowls, quesadillas, various toppings and vegetarian options. Great lunches and late-night snacks can be found here.
RDís BBQ and Blues
Superior ribs, roasted chicken and steaks are paramount at RD's, short for Red Devil. A fine selection of Southern beverages is also available. Live blues and jazz smoke up the joint on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Age restrictions are in effect.