There’s no signage on the street indicating that the derelict Kensington Market mall might house one of the coolest bars in town. Instead, walk past the closed bric-a-brac dealers and look for the red light that shines above an industrial-looking door. Inside, you’ll find a hip space, made even better by its excellent (usually esoteric) soundtrack and one of the best secret patios in Toronto. Small plates by Juanmoto are superb: The nosh is a hybrid of South American, North American, and Asian favors, which translates to teriyaki wings, wasabi-piqued steak tartare garnished with octopus, and silken tofu guacamole, all of which goes down easy with a local beer on tap.