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):
We survived the winter and to prove it, restaurants around town are getting in the spring spirit, adding seasonal produce and ingredients to their dishes.Here are my top 5 picks for spring menus:(Note: dishes and prices are subject to change).
How are you celebrating Earth Day? With which food?Getting food as close to home as possible not only supports local farmers and producers, but promotes sustainable agriculture. It also cuts down on greenhouse gas emissions.Here are the top five spots that you might not know are committed to serving local and sustainable ingredients and reducing their environmental footprint. (Note: menu items and prices subject to change.)
Ah, the life of a food critic. At year's end, while others frantically try to figure out what to wear and where to party for the festive season, I sift through a truckload of menu memories to see which select few will make the cut for our annual guide to the Top 11 restaurants of 2011. In some cases it was pretty close, but in the end only 11 made the list.
Whether you're heading out for a day of shopping the sales or you're spending a quiet day at home, one way or another, you're going to be hungry.Many restaurants are open on December 26th including the following establishments:
Monday, February 15, 2016 is Family Day, which means you likely have the day off.In case you want a day off from cooking as well, there will be a number of restaurants open across the city.And as an added bonus, a selection of Toronto restaurants are also offering special Family Day menus for you to enjoy, including these spots around town:
Now that it’s officially spring, celebrate the season at a new restaurant.Awaken your senses and palates and head to these top 5 spots:(Note: menu items and prices subject to change)
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.
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.
Looking to party this Cinco de Mayo, celebrate at these great restaurants.
Enjoy a picnic lunch outdoors at some of the city’s best parks, with some of the Toronto’s best food! These restaurants serve great to-go options, and are just a short walk to a grassy spot perfect for kicking back, relaxing and enjoying a picnic lunch with your friends, family or co-workers. Here are some of the best to-go picnic lunch options in Toronto. [Photo credit: Erica Salyi-Pannozzo]
Looking for a cold brew, check out these hot spots to have a true beer experience.
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