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Toronto’s Best 24-Hour Food Spots

Best 24-Hour Food Spots in Toronto

If you find your stomach growling at 2 AM in Toronto, then you’re in luck because we got you covered! In the city that never sleeps, our guide unveils the top 24-hour spots to visit in the city when those late-night munchies hit you hard.

From bagels and all-day breakfasts to Chinese and Korean fare, Toronto has everything to fulfill those cravings. So, buckle up night owls as we venture into a world where we can satisfy our rumbling stomachs, even in the wee hours! 

Kettlemans Bagel

Website: Kettlemans Bagel

Instagram: Kettlemans Bagel (@kettlemans)

Address: 847 Browns Line, Etobicoke, ON M8W 3V7

Contact Details: (416) 519-4884

Hours: Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Since 1993, Kettleman’s Bagel Co. has brought a taste of Montreal to Toronto with their authentic bagels, crafted the old-fashioned way by founder Craig Buckley. After 27 years in Ottawa, they’ve now set up their first Toronto shop in Etobicoke.

Their bagels are a golden masterpiece, thanks to a wood-burning oven and some shuffling with hand-picked hardwood. Everything –from treats to proteins– is freshly made on-site – except for Montreal goodies such as smoked salmon and meat.

Pro Tip:
For first-timers, we recommend their bestselling Kettleman’s Special. It’s a sesame seed bagel that’s generously filled with smoked salmon, homemade deli cream cheese, tomatoes, and onions – perfect for midnight cravings and early breakfasts!

Perfect Chinese Restaurant

Website: Perfect Chinese Restaurant

Instagram: perfect chinese restaurant (@perfectchineserestaurant)

Address: 4386 Sheppard Ave E, Toronto, ON M1S 1T8

Hours: Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Contact Details: (416) 297-6100

Perfect Chinese Restaurant –a Scarborough gem since 1984– is perfect for those craving for seafood and Cantonese dining. It offers dim sum around the clock plus an array of seafood options, including lobster, king crab, Vancouver crab, and fresh fish.

We’re fans of their tender and juicy braised duck with pork, as well as their yummy deep-fried stuffed bean curd. This spot has a diverse clientele, catering to large families, late-night drinking buddies, shift workers, all-night gamers, and night owls.

Pro Tip:
For those planning a special event, you could reserve one of their private rooms, accommodating 10 to 100 guests. Each one features a fully self-contained KTV room, an extra-large LED projection screen, and even an automatic Mahjong machine!

7 West

Website: 7 WEST CAFE

Instagram: 7 West Café (@7west_to)

Address: 7 Charles St W, Toronto, ON M4Y 1R4

Hours: Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Contact Details: (416) 928-9041

For about three decades, 7 West has been a go-to 24-hour cafe—a cozy, three-level joint dishing out brunch, burgers, poutines, and an all-day breakfast bonanza. This charming space also has a rooftop patio and a full bar that serves customized drinks.

While the first floor operates 24/7, the second floor welcomes you from 3 PM to 4 AM. We suggest trying their poutine, a late-night treat that has thick-cut steak fries bathing in a steaming gravy over cheese curds—a simple yet satisfying crowd fave!

Pro Tip:
If you’re a breakfast lover, we recommend going for their All The Time Breakfast. This scrumptious dish includes crispy fried or scrambled eggs, sausage, toast, home fries, and your choice of bacon, smoked turkey, or ham. 

Markham Station

Website: Markham Station

Instagram: Markham Station Restaurant (@markhamstationrestaurant)

Address: 5117 Sheppard Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1S 4N8

Hours: Mon – Sun: Open 24 hours

Contact Details: (416) 299-4141

Markham Station –co-founded by Jim Psihopedas and Perry Panagakos– has been a Scarborough staple since 1988. Jim’s Greek heritage infuses the menu with delicious traditional Mediterranean dishes like spanakopita and souvlaki.

They’re famous for their 14 oz T-bone steak and all-day breakfast specials – don’t miss the Early Train Special, available from 6 to 11 AM, that includes bacon, ham, or pork sausage. Kids have their own menu to explore, making it a perfect spot for families.

Pro Tip:
Markham Station offers catering services featuring their classic souvlaki, favorite Greek sides, and their famous breakfast dishes. However, you should place your order at least 24 – 48 hours in advance with a minimum order of $100 before tax.

Huh Ga Ne

Website: Huh Ga Ne

Instagram: Huh Ga Ne Korean Restaurant on Instagram

Address: 19A Finch Ave W, North York, ON M2N 7K4

Hours: Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Contact Details: (416) 901-1288

In the heart of Koreatown at Yonge and Finch lies Huh Ga Ne, offering a modern twist to traditional Korean eats. From hearty stews to flavorful bibimbap and sizzling rice bowls, they’ve got your Korean comfort food midnight cravings covered – they even have a TV!

You should try their table cooking experience – grilling Korean BBQ, featuring succulent sirloin beef or thinly sliced pork belly. And, don’t forget to pair these succulent meats with their side dishes, such as their homemade kimchi and fresh seaweed.

Pro Tip:
Huh Ga Ne has a unique seating setup. Opt for the right side if you prefer regular tables and chairs, or venture to the left for a more traditional Korean seating experience – be ready to embrace your inner yogi as you kneel or cross your legs!

The Famous Owl of Minerva

Website: Owl of Minerva

Instagram: The Famous OWL of Minerva 부엉이 (@thefamousowlofminerva)

Address: 5324 Yonge St, North York, ON M2N 5P9

Hours: Mon – Sun: Open 24 hours

Contact Details: (416) 221-7275

The Famous Owl of Minerva is another famous Korean chain in Toronto, serving authentic and home-style Korean comfort foods. We highly recommend their comforting gamjatang or pork bone soup, and fall-off-the-bone LA Kalbi or BBQ ribs.

Having opened over two decades ago, The Owl has spread its wings, boasting over a dozen locations across the GTA and Ontario. Whether you’re craving dumplings for breakfast or pork bone soup for a late-night feast, this spot is for you!

Pro Tip:
The Owl’s goodies aren’t just confined to their restaurants. If you love their pork bone soup and kimchi, keep an eye out when food shopping; you can find them in the frozen section of some of GTA’s Asian groceries!

Commisso Bros. & Racco Italian Bakery

Website: Commisso Bakery

Instagram: Commisso Bakery (@commissobakery)

Address: 8 Kincort St, Toronto, ON M6M 3E3

Hours: Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Contact Details: (416) 651-7671

Commisso Bros. & Racco Italian Bakery has been operating since 1957. This family-owned Italian bakery is your one-stop shop for all things Italian – from groceries, olives, and deli meats to freshly baked bread, available 24 hours a day.

The Commisso family runs this cash-only establishment. Their daily hot table, featuring lasagna, meat tortellini, potatoes, and sandwiches is a local favorite – we suggest going for their veal sandwich, generously smothered in Commisso’s famous tomato sauce!

Pro Tip:
If you’re looking to serve Italian food at your private event, note that Commisso Bros. & Racco offers catering services, specializing in pasta, chicken, and veal. They’re open to requests, so you can tailor your menu to perfection for any gathering. 

Fran’s Restaurant

Website: Fran’s Restaurant

Instagram: Frans Restaurant and Bar (@fransrestaurant)

Address: 20 College St, Toronto, ON M5G 1K2

Hours: Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Contact Details: (416) 923-9867

Fran’s Restaurant’s legacy of home-style cooking began in 1918, starting with Fran Deck and his brother in Buffalo, NY, and expanding to over 50 locations. Then, Fran and his wife Ellen Jane, made their way to Toronto, opening a modest 10-seat diner.

A crowd favorite is Fran’s Big Breakfast – a hearty feast for the senses. “Two of everything” is the theme here – from eggs to sausages, pancakes, buttered toast, bacon, and a heap of home fries; it’s great for sharing or just for yourself (no judgment!)

Pro Tip:
If you’re leaning towards a healthier early breakfast (or late night) option, opt for their delicious Rainbow Benedict. It’s packed with fresh veggies between succulent yolks and hollandaise – definitely a colorful twist to kickstart your day.


Website: Grillies

Instagram: GRILLIES (@grillies)

Address: 2632 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4C 1L7

Hours: Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Contact Details: (647) 748-1235

Grillies is a no-frills counter serve for Mexican eats, burgers, fries, and the unbeatable Canadian delight – poutine. Spread across five locations in the GTA, Grillies has become the go-to spot for those late-night cravings.

Their prices won’t break the bank, starting at just $4.49 for their mouthwatering mains, such as tacos, burritos, rice bowls, and burgers; you can even customize your burrito just the way you like it! Plus, their onion rings and smoothies are simply awesome.

Pro Tip:
You should definitely try their lemonade, where you can watch as lemons are cut and squeezed right in front of you. When they promise fresh lemonade at Grillies, they mean it – bright and absolutely refreshing! 

Pho Pasteur Restaurant

Website: Pho Pasteur Restaurant

Instagram: Pho Pasteur Restaurant on Instagram

Address: 525 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 1H3

Hours: Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Contact Details: (416) 351-7188

Craving a steaming bowl of late-night pho? Look no further than Pho Pasteur in the heart of Chinatown – a compact, cash-only 24/7 Vietnamese noodle spot; with a TV to catch up on the latest shows, they also offer cheap noodles and spring rolls. 

You should order their Vietnamese classics like the Cha Gio or deep-fried spring rolls and Goi Cuon or summer rolls. Also, their budget-friendly pho has generous portions and comes with an extra kick of cinnamon, setting it apart.

Pro Tip:
To those with a sweet tooth, we recommend treating yourself to Pho Pasteur’s Sinh To Bo – an avocado milkshake that’s nothing short of heavenly. It’s the perfect sweet ending to your hearty and comforting Vietnamese feast! 

Magic Noodle



Address: 5453 Yonge St, North York, ON M2N 5S1

Hours: Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Contact Details: (416) 546-9686

Magic Noodle is a casual eatery in Toronto that’s all about one thing – noodles! They pride themselves in respecting authentic Chinese traditions, and their goal is to make their customers feel like they’ve taken a stroll down a street in Beijing.

They offer noodle soups to perfectly stir-fried and dry noodle dishes. We love their tomato beef noodle soup and their Dan Dan noodles are must-tries – they’re delightfully chewy – perfect for breakfast, takeout lunch, dinner, or a late-night rendezvous!

Pro Tip:
If you’re feeling a bit adventurous, try a cup of their underrated but delicious ginger tea. They actually grate the ginger in front of you, and it pairs quite well with all of their delicious hand-pulled noodles!

Pizza Rustica

Website: Pizza Rustica – Toronto

Instagram: PizzaRustica (@pizzarusticatoronto)

Address: 37 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 9G9

Hours: Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Contact Details: (416) 260-0200

Pizza Rustica specializes in gourmet thin-crust pizzas, pasta, and salads, and this Italian haven has been delighting Torontonians since 2002. While they’re known for their pizzas, we also recommend their meat lasagna and fried cauliflower.

Plus, they offer diners the added perks of a full bar, free Wi-Fi, TV, and even outdoor seating! Their vibe is for everyone – whether you’re looking to enjoy a meal solo, with friends, or even your furry companions (yes, dogs are allowed).

Pro Tip:
Guests can have a true Italian experience by crafting their own pasta. You can choose your favorite pasta type and sauce combination – spaghetti with pesto, linguine with Alfredo – the yummy possibilities are endless!