Former editor of Dine.TO and industry expert Stephanie Dickison has been covering the Toronto food and restaurant scene for over a decade. In addition to profiling top chefs and interviewing celebs, her Open/Closed column is a must-read every Thursday for the newest openings, and latest news and events.
Sitting on the dock of the bay, or a patio downtown, or in the cool comfort of an air conditioned restaurant, nothing says summertime like fish and chips. Here are the city’s top 5 spots:
We are so fortunate in Toronto that we don’t have to wait for TIFF to arrive to get a sneak peek of Hollywood elite, supermodels and their ilk. If you want to star-gaze and get up close to celebs, head to these top 5 eateries in the city for VIPs and superstars.
One of the best ways to spend a summer evening is to catch a show. Whether you’re going out to a big theatre production such as Newsies or Kinky Boots, or you’re heading off to hear a performance by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Canadian Opera Company or Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra & Chamber Choir, you’re going to want to eat beforehand.
Summerlicious is a time to get out to restaurants you’ve never been to, to experience the city in a new way, to get caught up in the excitement of our great chefs and restaurants. Do something a little different this year. Here are my top 5 picks for Summerlicious standouts:
Many fast food chains have a secret menu – Burger King, Chipotle, Starbucks – but right here in our midst, Toronto restaurants have been serving up menu items that aren’t widely known to the public. Perhaps the most famous of the bunch is The Burger’s Priest, with their hush-hush menu that’s only available after you answer a skill-testing question. Once you’ve got it right, you’ve gained the right to order over 10 items.
Showing your Dad you care this year is easy, thanks to these 5 terrific spots.
The long weekend just ended, but why should this mean that you have to wait for the next one to feel like you’ve had a getaway? Escape city life for a few hours with these suggestions. From the authentic to the kitsch, you might just forget you’re in the concrete jungle for a while.
March Break includes taking the kids out for fun activities and adventures. But the little ones are going to be hungry after all that running around. Where are you going to take them to eat? I've rounded up 5 fantastic places that the kids will love. Happy March Break!
Today is National “Eat What You Want” Day so let’s celebrate! Here are my top 5 choices for where to get what you want BIG TIME.
You don’t need to own a bulky waffle iron or get messy with batter to enjoy delicious waffles. Whether you prefer savoury or sweet, Toronto's got you covered with a wide variety of enticing waffles to choose from. [Photo by Stephanie Tudin at Junked Food Co.]
Easter weekend is quickly approaching, so if you’re not cooking/eating at home, you want to ensure you’re going to celebrate the holiday right. Here are 5 restaurants that have put together fabulous menus that aren’t a bore. (Note: Reservations are recommended. Please contact the restaurants directly.)
Starting June 1st and lasting until June 7th, over 3500 bars and restaurants around the world celebrate the Negroni, all in an effort to raise money for charitable causes. From Latvia to Baltimore, Little Rock to Melbourne, Kelowna to Sweden, people will be raising their rock glasses during Negroni Week.
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