Ambiance, décor, glam: these are the keywords you’ll want to use in convincing The Socialite to accompany you to that new trendy spot.
With its cobblestone streets, beautiful stone buildings and appreciation for fine cuisine, Quebec City is a refined place. What better setting to treat yourself to a glass of champagne? Whether you want a cozy vibe or the grand rooms of an old hotel, Quebec City is just the place for you.
Toronto’s posh Yorkville neighbourhood may sometimes seem intimidating, but you'll find there are plenty of welcoming places where you can relax with a fine beer. The area's robust patio offerings make post-work pints a must. Don’t forget that it's also a prime hood for a little casual TIFF-ing – people-watching here might result in a few celebrity sightings.
Hitting the TIFF morning events and in search of a pre- or post-show breakfast? These classy-meets-casual brunch joints are steps away from the Bell Lightbox, on bustling King West. Whether you’re a Bay Street local or a film buff in search of some morning grub and daytime cocktail, these spots will keep you fuelled during the festival. [Image credit:]
Once upon a time, Ossington was a forgotten street of no particular note. Today the hip west end destination has evolved into one of the city’s most exciting and vibrant corridors. These trendy spots on the strip typify what it means to party on Ossington.
Although it seems like Leslieville exploded in popularity quite recently, it’s actually been slowly building a solid reputation as a place to go for foodies for well over a decade. You can walk down this strip of Queen East and find something to eat that fits whatever you fancy at the moment. Here are some terrific options!
Romance is alive and well, especially in the eclectic, energetic and dynamic neighbourhood we know as The Annex. When you want your partner to really appreciate your affection, take them on a date to one of these places where love is always in the air.
Whether it’s your first date or your 25th wedding anniversary, romance sometimes needs a little nudge in the right direction. These restaurants combine intimate ambience with amazing dishes, providing all the kindling you need to romantic fires ablaze.
In a neighbourhood known for its food-savvy crowd, it’s no wonder the lowly burger has been elevated to an art form. From simple, yet mouth-watering cheeseburgers, to triple-decker, triple-meat monstrosities, here are a few burger joints on West Queen West that you won't want to miss.
West Queen West is just plain cool, but established hot spots like the Drake and Gladstone hotels have lost a bit of their former edge and gone mainstream. When you and the boys are rolling out, try some places that seem a little less predictable.
While everyone in Toronto knows we have a burgeoning foodie scene, and have for quite some time, it’s taken a while for others to get on board. International recognition can be hard to come by. However, we do have a few celebrity chefs around town, who are in the midst of creating empires of their own.
Think you have to hold your wedding reception at some bland, cookie cutter hall in the ‘burbs that seats 500 and serves food nobody will enjoy? Think again, folks! These restaurants offer a delicious alternative for a wedding reception no one will ever forget.
Little Italy may have long outgrown its traditional Italian roots, but it’s still one of the best places in the city to relax with a beer in hand. These great spots have outdone themselves in terms of perks, amenities and vibe. Hop on the 506 streetcar and start exploring.
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