Alo Restaurant


Since Alo’s opening, we have been fortunate to secure some notable accolades and encouraging words from the press. Below are some highlights. For any press-related inquiries, please reach out to

Christopher Sealy, MICHELIN Guide Toronto 2022 Sommelier Award Winner

One MICHELIN Star Alo and Alobar Yorkville wine director Christopher Sealy on his daily coffee practice and vibrant, energetic white wines to drink right now.

Alo – Toronto – a MICHELIN Guide Restaurant

Everyone has a good time at Chef Patrick Kriss’s beloved Alo. Showcasing flexibility and talent, Alo is the rare high achiever that never takes itself too seriously.

Inside the mind-bending business of keeping a restaurant alive during a pandemic

At Alo, I poured my heart and soul into creating the perfect dining experience: the ambience, the service, the elegantly plated food. Now I make 1,200 burgers a week. Inside the mind-bending business of keeping a restaurant alive during a pandemic.

The World’s 50 Best Restaurants

In 2019, Alo climbed four spots up the World's 50 Best Restaurants list to number 90.

Toronto’s Alo tops Canada’s 100 Best restaurants list for fourth time

In its fifth year the disciplined kitchen continues to turn out dishes with the same elevated finesse that regulars demand and are so contentedly accustomed to.

Christopher Sealy is named Canada’s Best Sommelier 2019

Christopher Sealy has been influencing the way Torontonians drink wine—not by sharing his antics on social media with clever feats of hashtagging, but by doing the hard work on the floor and in the cellar.

Why Alo is Toronto’s best restaurant, and has been since its inception

On the still grotty but gentrifying corner of Queen and Spadina, Toronto’s historic entry point for successive waves of immigrants, past the entrance to Exotix Studio and a body piercing boutique, there is an alcove off the street.