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Toronto has some of the best Charcuterie boards you can come by. Charcuterie or the art of assembling and preparing cured meats, has become quite a trend in recent years. Regionally-sourced, cured for days and thinly-shaved -- a charcuterie spread is a labour of love. Taking centre stage, prosciuttos, jamons, terrines and salamis are all carefully presented on a large wood board. If anyone has ever seen a jamon cutter at work, you are fully aware it is a craft to be mastered. Check out these spots across the city where charcuterie happens to be one of their specialties.
This snug, minimalist-chic wine bar offers a selection of European-influenced small plates.
Scratch-made deli eats & a long wine list plus morning coffee & pastries in a snug, coral-hued room.
Intimate cocktail bar right in the heart of Toronto's bustling Entertainment District.
Luxe hangout at the Four Seasons Toronto with craft cocktails, charcuterie & refined small plates.
Welcoming spot with charcuterie, cheese, Italian dishes & wine, plus stained-glass-accented bar.
Busy Italian restaurant & gourmet deli/butcher serving traditional fare in a convivial atmosphere.
Unpretentious wine bar with many bottles by the glass plus an internationally inspired snack menu.
Petite haunt with a woodsy, Scandinavian style serving seasonal cocktails & creative small plates.
Small, warm stop for farm-sourced meats, French-inspired cheeses plus oysters, wine & beer.
Tapas, paella & other Spanish specialties presented in a dark environment with a romantic vibe.
Spanish-influenced, creative plates & craft beers in a cozy space with an old-world vibe.
Co-owned by a "Top Chef Canada" winner, this bustling spot offers a daily menu of seasonal cuisine.