No doubt about it: Toronto’s premiere oyster shacks will shuck all your assumptions about land-locked seafood restos and transport seafood lovers to a full-oncoastal bliss. Sourcing plump, sweet oysters from east and west, these local spots celebrate the ocean’s most sumptuous snacks with unique menus and killer drinks to match.
Looking to catch the fireworks this Labour Day weekend? With stellar rooftop views or a front-row seat to the Lakeshore, these summer-prime patios are perfect for people watching, cityscapes, or epic explosions in the sky. Here are the patios with the best views in #theSix and where you should head to catch this year’s Labour Day fireworks.[Image credit:]
This holiday season is all about sharing and showing others that you care. These gourmet fine dining restaurants go the extra mile for private dining, including creating customized menus for you and your guests and providing a unique (and gorgeous) dining space. Here are the best high-end restaurants in Toronto for your holiday celebrations this year.[Photo of Auberge du Pommier Photo ©Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]
In honour of International Women’s Day on Tuesday March 8, 2016. this week’s Best Of is a celebration of some of Toronto’s best women chefs.
This season, we’ve seen some astonishing arrivals. From high end to everyday casual, there’s truly something for everyone here.Here are the top 5 restaurants in Toronto for autumn:
The Athletes' Village will be electric with the activity and excitement of thousands of athlete’s from around in the world, some in Toronto for the first time. Almost 7000 athletes from 41 countries will participate in 36 sports. So if you can’t catch an event but still want to be close to the action, head down to Athletes' Village.
Backyard patios in the city allow you to get away from the noise and the dust of the city and relax in a secluded spot that not everyone knows about.So sit back, relax, have a bite and a drink (or three) and settle in to the outdoors.
On Thursday, August 27th, plan to have a burger for lunch or dinner in honour of National Burger Day. But you don’t want any ol’ patty. You want something good. Here are my top 5 picks for best burgers in the city:
When you go out for lunch, you don’t want it to just be good. You want it to be interesting as well. Otherwise, you might as well bring your own sandwich/salad/leftovers. Here are my picks for captivating lunch options in town right now:
If you're looking for the best spots to get fuelled during TIFF festivities, these sit-down and to-go restos around the Lightbox will prove Toronto's obsession with perfecting the sandwich. Keep your hunger in check during the festival with a next-level-delicious Rueben, pulled pork, or veggie delight from one of these King West hotspots.
Hit American legal drama Suits doesn’t shy away from showing off the luxurious wardrobes of its characters – from tailored crisp suits for the fellas, to Dior and Prada for the ladies. But, with a NYC plot, the show’s Toronto filming grounds are kept on the down-low. We’ve, however, spotted some of the restaurants that made the cut, and they just so happen to fit the bill for a classy business lunch downtown.
If you dream of steak tartare, escargot and steak frites, Toronto has enough French bistros to bring those desires to fruition. They offer classic Parisian-style dining and modern twists on classic French fare. Inspired by the European capital of fashion and cuisine, each restaurant has its own distinct flair.
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