These Toronto bars and restaurants offer a myriad of creative sliders stacked high with unique toppings.
Elevated takes on sandwiches in miniature match this Downtown Canadian’s high-altitude locale. The bar menu includes beef sliders topped with truffle mayo and bibb lettuce ($18) and St. Lawrence Market Mini Sammies, made with Canadian bacon, cheddar cheese and a smoked mustard-mayo blend ($14).
The bar menu at this Downtown chophouse lets its customers pair hearty pours with full- and slider-sized sandwiches, all featuring meats prepped in-house. Choose from cheese-topped burgers, made with a blend of prime rib and Berkshire bacon ($15); pulled pork in BBQ sauce; and sandwiches made with smoked deli meat (both $11).
This rowdy Country Western joint on Queen Street East features a menu of Southern-style eats to match, including pulled pork sliders. Braised in apple cider and mustard, the pork shoulder comes served between two caramelized onion buns with coleslaw and a pickle for good measure (($9).
The Downtown happy hour hotspot caters to groups with its shareable food menu, which ranges from caviar to sliders. The mini Angus burgers come stacked with aged cheddar and mushroom sauce, and the chicken sliders are topped with arugula and chipotle mayo ($13).
The variety of slider options at this gigantic sports bar matches its square footage. Choose from cheeseburgers; pulled pork (both $11.99); Canadian bacon with cheese and onions ($14.99); and mini buffalo chicken sandwiches ($13.99), served in portions for individuals or groups.