You and your friends are the kind of cool that looks effortless – perfectly tousled hair, leather jackets, and an air of “Oh, this? Just something I found in my closet.” Naturally, you need a spot that matches your vibe. On your next night on the town, make a stop at Richmond Station, a restaurant as hip as you and your crew, with the feel of a secret and exclusive subway station. This upscale farm-to-table restaurant puts a modern spin on classic Canadian dishes, so take a seat and get ready for a culinary joy ride. Grilled rainbow trout is on many menus in Toronto, but only at Richmond Station is it served with braised Swiss chard, smoked beets, hickory sticks, and barbecue sauce. The traditional braised heritage chicken, meanwhile, gets an extra dose of flavor with roasted rutabaga and gremolata–a lemon-and-herb condiment usually served with osso buco. For your friends looking for a little extra kick, the kimchi sweet potato chips will definitely hit the spot, while your noodle-loving friend–come on, everybody has one–will enjoy the chili and fennel sausage pasta. But the most popular meal at Richmond is definitely the Station Burger, adorned with beet chutney, aged cheddar, and a side of rosemary fries. It’s cool without trying too hard – just like you.