When it comes to restaurant hybrids, an eatery and a grocery store is a winning combination. This business model does not only cater to an interesting experience but it also allows for the establishment to advertise its offerings via a cooked meal. Located in the Bloordale Village in Toronto, Latin World opens its doors for authentic cuisine and Central/South American experience.
Patrons are immersed in a busy interior that is not polished or arranged in a design-forward manner. Yet, this is part of the charm of Latin World. While the guacamole and nachos go for $5 CAD, consumers can indulge in tamales for $3 CAD or four tacos for $10 CAD. In addition, the restaurant hybrid has a special on certain days that makes tacos available for $1 CAD.