Top 5 Hottest Restaurants in Brampton: June 17-23
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Brampton for the week of June 17-23, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inbrampton.com.
Sonny’s is a relic and an absolute dive located on good old Kennedy Road. This fast-food joint specializes in burgers, with menu items such as cheeseburgers, double bacon cheeseburgers, steak on a kaiser, fish and chips, chicken fingers, fries and more. Sonny’s is straight-up, traditional fast food as it should be, charming Brampton with its nostalgic vibe and feel-good food. They’re open late (craving a burger at 3 or 4 a.m., anyone?), their food hits the spot, and they’re just an old-school classic landmark in Brampton. Grab a milkshake and a spot on their picnic benches - if you say you’re from Brampton, a late night meal at Sonny’s is a must.
Located just south of Bovaird on Main is one of the finer dining restaurants in Brampton called Aria. Aria is situated in the beautiful historic house of Walter E. Calvert. This place is a lot bigger than you think, as it boasts six private dining rooms and the main dining room seats about 30 people. This is definitely an occasion date night restaurant, as the service is absolutely impeccable. You will be waited on by no less than three people throughout your meal. The service also comes with a warm, personal touch—you'll definitely be greeted with a smile when you walk in and a genuine thank you when you leave. The menu has everything from seafood to steaks to Australian lamb chops to an escargot app (as you can see below). You will not be disappointed on a date here.
The Sul Irmaos Smokehouse is located in the heart of downtown Brampton and specializes in Portuguese southern fusion cuisine. The restaurant is known for its smoked meat, which is smoked (low and slow) and it was even featured on the Food Network's You Gotta Eat Here. Must eat dishes include the beef eater (southern slow smoked brisket, deep fried okra and shrimp and collard greens, served with Creole mustard, house gravy and Caesar dressing) and the pulled pork and Beanasaurus (southern slow smoked pulled pork, homemade mama’s chill, fresh cut creamy coleslaw and fried mac and cheese bites).
Vesuvio's has remained on George Street in downtown Brampton for the past 54 years! This well-known spot has been a classic in Brampton since 1963, and residents will definitely want to check out how it's changed since it flooded in March 2016. Their most popular dishes are their manicotti, their gnocchi, and their wood-burning pizzas which start at about $16. They boast delectable pastas, gourmet pizzas, and delicious desserts. According to owner Maurizio Dacunto, "Everything is homemade, just like grandma makes.” Vesuvio's also has a patio that's open for the summer. The restaurant is expected to shut down the streets with a grand opening festival in August, though they officially reopened this week.
Portas Do Mar - or, "Doors to the Sea" - has settled into a location at Main and Vodden, where Martin's BBQ Chicken used to be. The location is now under new ownership. The restaurant boasts BBQ chicken, grilled meat, and seafood on their menu, with healthy sides of potatoes, veggies, and rice. Anyone craving flavourful grilled meat in hearty portions seems to be in for a treat, as the resto is easily accessible to visitors from its central location.
The 5 hottest restaurants in Brampton this week are based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inbrampton.com the week of June 17-23, 2017.