Covering great dining across Canada, our team of YP Dine editors will show you the way to the best food fests, restaurant openings, local eats and more. From Montreal to Vancouver, fine wines to pulled pork, we make sure you know what’s on and what’s delicious at restaurants and foodie events near you.
Pancakes are irresistible and Vancouverites are lucky to have tons of options for enjoying this fluffy breakfast dish. Throwing fresh flavours and ingredients into the mix, these local eateries take old classics to new heights. Check out their menus and plan your nap time accordingly. [Photo courtesy of Jam Cafe]
On a cold, snowy Edmonton night, nothing says lovin’ like a cup of hot chocolate. It’s no surprise this drink was originally dubbed the “elixir of the gods.” Regardless of the variety you select, or whether you opt for the simplest hot chocolate on the menu, all I can say is ... don’t forget the marshmallows.
There are times in your life when you get an inconsolable craving for a grilled cheese sandwich. And why not? When you live in a city that is known for amazing cheese, you'll be able to find a good sandwich anywhere. With the gooey goodness of fresh cheese, these restaurants know how to quell your craving.
New Year…new food goals! There are tons of buzz-worthy new restaurants, cafés and bars opening their doors in Vancouver each week, and we’re here to give you all the delicious details. From seafood boil suppers to Mexican-Indian fusion to premium tea lounges, read on to learn about the latest spots to eat and drink in 2017. Image courtesy of The Holy Crab. Photo credit: Sharon Ng
Being a professional glutton is a tough job. Each year, I scarf my way through shameful amounts of food. By year's end my belts need extra holes and my cholesterol needs lowering. But it's not all bad news as I am privileged to have experienced some culinary inspiration not to mention tasted some mighty fine meals.Here are my picks for the best and most memorable dishes of 2015 (in no particular order):
Dining out on December 25th is a celebratory occasion whether you celebrate Christmas or not.Toronto is filled with fab dining options - head out for Chinese, Indian and Vietnamese, for example. Or tuck into a juicy steak house dinner.Many hotel restaurants will be open, along with a selection of restaurants including the following ten establishments.Please call the restaurants directly for reservations.
​If you're looking for options for Christmas Eve meals, there are some great ones this year:Check out our Holiday Guide, get your holiday meal to go, and visit these restaurants open on December 24th.Please note that hours will vary so contact each restaurant directly.
Whether it’s sipped from a hipster-perfect stubby bottle, spouted from a Nitro tap system or just poured into a plain ol’ glass, cold brew coffee has officially taken Toronto by storm. In addition to the majority of Toronto juice bars serving up the sumptuous spin on the iced coffee, these home-brewed (high five) cafés and coffee houses will set you up with a chilled glass of the gourmet coffee drink.
​Cinco de Mayo comes but once a year where the city goes crazy for tequila and tacos (May 5th actually commemorates the Mexican army victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862).There are a number of big events happening around town where you can indulge in your love of Mexican food and drinks, but here are five you may not know about:
While January 1st is a day off for many, some Toronto restaurants are staying open to feed our hungry faces.If you're not in the mood to cook, here are some Toronto spots open on New Year's Day. Please contact the restaurant directly for hours and reservations.And Happy New Year!
Obviously not every restaurant makes it onto my annual Top 10 list of the best restaurants of the year, but some dishes of 2012 were so sublime they deserve to share some of the winner's spotlight. Of course these dishes may no longer be available, but their artistic merit and elevated culinary calibre survives even if, heaven forbid, they've been removed from the menu.
Canadians over the years haved slowly adopted many American traditions and holidays.Recently, the popularity of American Thanksgiving here has spilled over to restaurants thankfully, giving us the chance to experience the epic meal all over again. And all just one month before we do it again for Christmas.Here are my picks for top 5 places in the city to celebrate American Thanksgiving.Note: Reservations are recommended.
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