The Culture Club: Our top 6 spots for late-night grub

Get late night eats at Grace on College Street

From authentic Italian at 11 p.m. to steak and eggs at 3 a.m., our favourite Toronto spots for late-night eats.

Grace (503 College St., 416-944-8884, On a recent late-night dining hunt, we were thrilled to find that the kitchen at this farm-fresh neighborhood joint is open til 11 p.m.

Buca (604 King St. W., 416-865-1600, Tucked away off King St., this Italian resto is getting a lot of love for the food, vibe, scene and design. We also love that the kitchen is open until 11 p.m. from Thursday to Saturday.

Shanghai Cowgirl (538 Queen St. W, 416-203-6623, A Toronto favourite that’s open to the wee hours of the morning with a vast menu of both greasy and healthy eats.

Le Petit Castor (1118 Yonge St., 416-968-7366, The kitchen closes at 10, but if you call ahead and use your please-and-thank-yous, they’ll pop something in the oven for you so it’s hot and ready when you arrive closer to the 11-ish.

Gio Rana’s Really Really Nice Restaurant (1220 Queen St. E., 416-469-5225) Good luck scoring a table without a reso at this Leslieville staple. The good news is, the later you’re willing to dine, the greater chance you have of getting in.

The Kitchen Table (hours vary by location, Don’t knock it!  There is one right around the corner from us and we’ve been known to hit it late at night for some great grub. The cheese dreams that our friend Vingoe taught us how to make (with ingredients picked up at The Kitchen Table) are our favourite late night snack. Happy to share the recipe!

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