Something there is about a frigid mid-winter day that sends the mind in the direction of sake. If you can’t warm your bones from the outside, after all, you might as well work on it from the inside.Toronto is fortunate to be blessed with a whack of bona fide sake joints where chilly travelers might find heat-bearing relief in the form of this minor miracle of fermented rice. Here are five of the best:
Today is National Wine Day! How are you going to celebrate? I’ve come up with the top 5 spots, so now all you have to do is drink up.What a way to start the week!
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.
Looking to party this Cinco de Mayo, celebrate at these great restaurants.
Looking for a cold brew, check out these hot spots to have a true beer experience.
In case you haven’t noticed, whisky is the new kale. Well, actually, brussel sprouts are the new kale, but you get the idea – whisky is way popular in Toronto now. So much so that places are sprouting up where that’s all they do. To help you navigate through the crowd, I’ve selected the Top 5 Whisky Bars in the city. Cheers!
This is the one holiday of the year where people who don't drink a lot end up drinking a lot. And usually it's something green or Irish. But you can have a sophisticated St. Patrick's Day too if that's more your style. That's the great thing about Toronto - there really is something for everyone. Here are my picks for Top 5 spots to raise a glass (or six) in honor of this Irish holiday:
If you weren’t lucky enough to score tickets to the actual game, I’ve got the top 5 places in the city to watch the Super Bowl.
Toronto Beer Week is about to be in full effect (September 18-26), so you should go get yourself a brew already to get the celebrations going. Problem is, where to start? There are so many events to choose from.
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.
The Toronto International Film Festival - TIFF – is one of the busiest times for our great city. Celebrities touch down to promote their movies, while drinking and dining their way across town. Here’s where you’ll likely see some major stars:
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