The Dish Power Rankings: EDM Superstar Edition
In this week’s roundup: Deadmau5 talks Toronto food, and Tim Hortons hits the big-time
1. The Chase
The number-one restaurant in Toronto, as per EDM superstar Deadmau5.
2. Momofuku Milk Bar
Everyone’s psyched about Milk Bar’s foray into soft-serve. It’s currently got two flavours: one that tastes like the milky dregs at the bottom of your cereal bowl, and another inspired by a Tim Hortons double-double. So, coffee flavoured.
4. Tim Hortons
Big week for T-Ho’s: first it gets commemorated via soft-serve, and then it makes headlines as the site of the city’s latest mayoral sighting—which, in the vein of any good Sasquatch spotting, has become a subject of major controversy.
5. Gusto 101
Will Gusto’s new spin-off make King Street East cool? We have about two years to speculate (that’s apparently when the renos will be done).
Shōtō chef Mitch Bates earned a spot on mega-blog Eater’s list of North America’s most promising culinary “young guns.” The not-so-good news? He was the only Canadian chef to make the cut.
10. Harbour Sixty
Now on the menu at the opulent steakhouse: a hunk of meat so life-changingly spectacular that it costs $1000. (That’s $25 per ounce, just fyi.)
Honourable Mentions: Bar Volo is really cool, too, according to the BBC. Also, we’re pretty sure Deadmau5 and Tom Green endorsed La Société and Wvrst, respectively, although they struggled a bit with the names.