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The Black Hoof

928 Dundas St W
Toronto, ON M6J 1W3

(416) 551-8854

Rating: out of 5 stars (52 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: Thursday To Saturday From 06:00 PM To 01:00 AM Sunday To Monday From 06:00 PM To 11:30 PM
Status: Open
Payment Methods: Cash, ???


The perfect spot for somebody who likes trying dishes they have never even seen on a restaurant's menu before, The Black Hoof is a trendy hidden gem in Toronto's Little Italy neighborhood. The restaurant serves tapas-style dishes that are perfect to share, and is also known for their house-cured meats. The adventurous diners at your table might want to try house specialties like horse tartare...
by wcities on February 25, 2014 from wcities


mmmm... meats...: great food at a great location and at a surprisingly affordable price.
Rated 5 stars by mv08 on August 24, 2010

Editorial Reviews

"Brains, marrow and sweetbreads, oh my!" chant meat lovers drooling over the house-cured charcuterie and other "exotic" "delicacies" packed with a "remarkable combination of flavours and textures" at this nose-to-tail Eclectic atop Trinity Bellwoods Park; "brilliantly infused" cocktails ease the sting of often "excruciating" waits, while solid staffers keep the barlike space hopping into the...
by zagat on January 13, 2014 from zagat
After opening to rave reviews, this city's newest hit is The Black Hoof, 928 Dundas Street West, and I was dying to pay them a visit. So last night with three companions in tow we descended upon the teeny charcuterie joint with empty stomachs and panache for some straight up meat. Warning: this restaurant is not suitable for herbivores (unless you're content eating bread and cheese for dinner),...
Rated 3.6 stars by Staff on November 13, 2010 from blogto
Lots of meat. Variety of cheese. Plenty of drink. One cutting board will never be like the other. Local beatniks looking to escape the popularity of the Ossington strip will find solace here. Decor is low key (read: nothing is on the walls) minus the variety of butcher knives adjacent to open kitchen. Service is friendly and requests are customized and personalized. That cocktail that's not on...
by blackbookmag on November 08, 2008 from blackbookmag
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