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Top 5 Toddler-Friendly Restaurants in Canada | Must Visit

If you're looking for a family-friendly dining experience in Toronto, go no further than these top-notch establishments. Family-friendly establishments abound, many of which go above and beyond the standard fare of kid-friendly franchise eateries. These eateries are well worth visiting because of their flexible menus and well-deserved reputation for going the extra mile.

Pizzeria Barbarella, 654 East Broadway

Families with young children throng this East Vancouver institution in the early evenings. Sippy cups, plastic cutlery, and house-made ice cream sandwiches are available for the little ones. With rotating craft beers, prosecco, and cider on tap, there is something for everyone. The Funghi or Miele piccante pizzas, which are stuffed with Grana Padano and chili-infused honey, are also on the menu at this restaurant.

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Pie in Collingwood, Ontario

You won't have to wait long for meals at Pie, a family-style pizzeria with a wood oven. Kids will be notified of exactly how long their pizza will be baking for them. During the ski season and summer, the queue for booths might be extensive, but once you're in line, the wait is short. The videos on the TVs range from the '70s through the '90s.

Astoria Shish Kebob House,

3300 Rutherford Rd, Concord, ON L4K 5Z2, Canada

On the Danforth, Astoria is a popular family-friendly Greek restaurant with six outlets in Mississauga; New Market, Vaughan; Richmond Hill; and Richmond Hill. Healthy alternatives for kids include chicken souvlaki with rice, potatoes, and a drink—and there's always a fantastic spectacle (like burning cheese!).

Savio Volpe, 615 Kingsway, Vancouver

When this Italian restaurant opened, it was packed with local families and schoolchildren. Play with and take home a cardboard fox mask for kids to enjoy (Savio means fox in Italian). Crayons are available from the server so that your little Picasso may decorate their mask. Cheese and butter, tomato sauce, and meatballs with sauce are among pasta alternatives for children. For an additional $25 per child, more daring young gourmands may partake in the Alla Familia meal with their parents.

Kokopelli Café in Vancouver

Moms and parents will love Kokopelli. It's also a popular spot for families, including a play area for children. There's no need to fret since you can just go in and pick up a ready-to-eat dinner. Super-sized double strollers are also welcome in the Cafe. Visit Kokopelli if you're in the Vancouver area; it's an excellent place for children of all ages.

Children who spend much time with their relatives are more likely to be in good physical condition. Families eating together can create a time for everyone to get to know one other better, deepen bonds, and establish new ones. They provide a feeling of community and, as a result, raise one's self-esteem. Parents may set an example of good eating and etiquette at the dinner table for their children.


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