angolino

(means: nook; little corner)

At this time we offer apologies to our wonderful clientele for an unexpected interruption in business. Rest assured everything is OK and we will be back to delivering a culinary experience to our lovely patrons, fans and foodies.

It will unfortunately take some time to finish the work required to reopen, but we will keep you posted via our website, on social media, and via our mailing list.

We look forward to having a grand reopening later this summer, and will be sharing an opening date with you when we’re finally able to.

If you wish to receive updates from us on progress and in announcing our grand reopening, please email us at info@angolino.ca to join our mailing list, or follow us on social media at:

Angolino@Facebook
Angolino@Twitter

See you soon!

A little bit about us…

We fell in love with Italy while completing our culinary training in Tuscany and Emilia Romagna. This restaurant is our little corner of Italy. Please join us for a taste of the good life!

We believe that good food sourced from the honest work of those who enjoy carefully raising their animals and growing their crops and then prepared by those who love cooking, encourages health in the body and joy in the hearts of the people that eat it.

Our menu changes seasonally, but at its heart is a tradition of authentic northern Italian cuisine, with a focus on hand made pastas, game meat, and fresh seasonal vegetables.

We also feature a Chef’s tasting menu. And, we cater!

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In The News

Features in – The 23 most romantic restaurants in Toronto by neighbourhood – November 2016


Angolino on blogTO – September 2016

Authentic Italian Fare in the Junction Triangle – yp.ca – September 2016
Chef Bites with Tyson Liebrecht – dine.TO – March 2016
SNAPD Bloor West – February 2016
Toronto Life – December 2015

— January 1, 2016

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