Is there anything better than sitting outside with friends, sipping a chilled bevy and soaking in the summer sun? Patio season is a sacred time in the west end of Toronto and there is a plethora of places to choose from. The following is a list of the top west-end patios that you’re bound to adore. [Image credit:]
Is there any country in the world that does bar food better than Spain? Don’t worry, you don’t need to cross the pond, we’ve hand-picked the city’s top spots for authentic Spanish tapas. These cozy tavernas are serving up some of the most piquant-in-flavour small plates in Toronto – and they each boast their own unique, chilled-out vibe to boot.
Whether you’re looking for an intimate evening with your cocktail lover in a dark and cozy setting or breathtaking vistas of downtown Toronto, the city is full of watering holes with a truly other-worldly feel. Here are seven cocktail bars in Toronto that promise to have you feeling warm and fuzzy in no time. [Image credit:]
The days of just flowers and a box of chocolates to celebrate Valentine's are over. Now it’s all about going out for dinner. There is a lot of pressure to choose a good restaurant for the big night. With restaurants pulling out the pre-fixe menus with romantic words and innuendo left and right, how do you choose? Here are my picks for most original dishes and ways to celebrate the holiday of love.
Meatless Mondays Canada suggests having healthy, sustainable, cruelty-free food at least once a week. This is good for both your own health and the planet's. These five restaurants make it easy to go vegetarian for the day:
Toronto is made up of unique, fascinating neighbourhoods, so it’s time we paid homage to them. Especially when it comes to dining out. This week is all about the best restaurants in Yorkville. And while they might be more expensive that your usual burger joint, it will be well worth it.
This week, I thought it would be fun to get away from the food for a moment (especially after this weekend) and focus on the décor of restaurants. But not the wallpaper and lights. Instead the quirky, unusual and unique items you’ll find in a few spots around Toronto. I hope you’ll be surprised by at least one of them.
September is National Chicken Month, so we’re celebrating big time! Whether you like your chicken in the form of wings, curry, roasted with potatoes and seasonal vegetables, pulled on a bun, or cubed and skewered, this city has it all. Here are my picks for the top 5:
A lot of restaurants put their dishes into one to three columns on a page and call it a menu. But there is an art and science to reading and writing menus, and these five restaurants have put a lot of thought and care into it. For the next few weeks when you're dining out, take a look at how most menus are laid out and written. You'll see how achingly similar they are.
Today is National Double Cheeseburger Day and Thursday's National Cheeseburger Day, so showcasing the city’s five best cheeseburgers this week, just seemed a natural fit. I hope you’re wearing elastic-waisted pants…
Your Dad certainly doesn’t need another tie, fishing rod or set of BBQ utensils. So this year, take him out for dinner and spend some quality time together. Because all of our fathers are so unique, I’ve selected a wide range of places - and cuisines - to choose from. I hope this helps make your Father’s Day a wonderful and memorable one.
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.
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