Rashers Serving Your Bacon Needs on Ossington

RashersYou thought Ossington already had all the food you need? Think again! Rashers, newly opened at 182 Ossington, reminds us that we didn’t have nearly enough bacon sandwiches. Problem solved.

If you love bacon, you probably already know about Rashers. If not, let me explain:

Rashers has been open on the east end of Toronto for about 4 years, and east enders have been enjoying their bacon sandwiches all this time. Well, now it’s our turn! And thanks to Rashers, we have so many choices! Peameal, strip bacon, with maple or smoke or neither, plus extras including egg, cheeses, veggies, condiments. The first time I walked in I just marvelled at the menu selections because every choice looks so good.

The ordering process is similar to La Cubana down the street, you order and pay at the counter and pick up your food when it’s ready. There are a few cozy booths and some window seats for the dine-in option. The turn-around is pretty quick, but you won’t mind waiting either, because there is a very detailed and fun wall mural with a lot of Toronto icons enjoying bacon which will entertain you and your friends. Today was a gorgeous day, so a lot of people were ordering to go. This adds to your list of options for park picnics this summer!

Once they ramp up at the new location, you’ll probably be able to order Rashers for delivery downtown. And we all know, bacon travels very well.

Rashers is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Today, while sampling sandwiches, I ran into a lot of locals, all of whom are very excited for this new addition to Ossington! Lots of photos of the offerings and the space below:

Order up!


Rashers Brie and Bacon with curly fries
Rashers Brie and Bacon with curly fries


Rashers Apple & Maple Grilled Cheese

Rashers Hogtown Peameal bacon with egg and cheese


Rashers Mura
A small segment of the wall mural – the Ossington part 🙂


Watch Ossington traffic from the window seats
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