Picking the perfect spot for a first date can be a daunting task. How do you impress a new love interest without looking like you’re trying too hard? Take the pressure off at these cool-yet-casual first date spots.
There’s nothing like a round of discounted beverages to take the edge off after a long day at the office. Unwind for less and enjoy a happy-hour drink (or two) at these Toronto bars.
There are two kinds of wine drinkers: those that taste with their palate, and those that taste with their wallet. For those of us in the latter category, you’ll be pleased to find Toronto’s east-end offers a number of budget-friendly wine nights throughout the week, sure to satisfy your inner wino as well as your inner cheapskate.
So you’ve finally gotten up the nerve to ask your crush out for a drink, but you don’t want this to be just like any other first date. You need the best pub experience Toronto has to offer and we’re here to help. [Feature image: Amsterdam Brewhouse]
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!
Looking for a cold brew, check out these hot spots to have a true beer experience.
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:
Toronto Beer Week (September 15 to 23) sees restaurants and bars across the city celebrating Ontario craft breweries. You can expect dinner pairings, trivia nights, pub-crawls, brewery battles and debates all week long! Check out there these venues showcasing flavourful beer and talented breweries in 2017!
Sangria, a popular drink in Spain and Portugal, has made its way onto many Toronto drinks menus this season yet again. Thanks to its ingredients of wine, fresh fruit, a sweetening agent, and a little brandy, it appeals both to wine lovers and those looking for a refreshing, fruity drink. The key is to use good wine and keep the sweetness in check.
As starred events on the calendar go, St. Patrick’s Day is a biggie. No occasion sees non-Gaelic types more passionately working to convince the world they are Irish born. That means a fervent crowd of emerald-wearing wannabes, waving clovers and swigging from mugs of green beer. Natural born or not, Torontonians can find lots of establishments to get lucky this St. Patrick’s Day. Here are five of the best:
Bloor Street. You’ve been there before and you’ll go there again because let’s face it: it’s a prime location in Toronto to enjoy some drinks with friends after a long day in the 6. Fortunately for you, there’s always a new spot (or nine) on the strip to enjoy a craft brew or unique cocktails with pals. [Feature Image: The Gaslight]
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