From fine dining to street food, the city delivers.
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The diversity of food in the neighbourhood is truly incredible.
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Halloween is upon us and with that comes the time for goofy costumes, candy and of course stories of ghosts and ghouls. The suburbs of Toronto are not without their own tales of ghostly sightings and paranormal activities that will keep you awake far into the night.
Where to go for food, drink and star gazing during TIFF.
There's nary a person who can deny the seductive charms of a burger. Once you've found "the one," you'll fiercely defend it as your favourite -- to have someone spew vitriol at it would be akin to fir...
Summer evenings were made for strolling along streets, coming across a patio that suits your mood and sitting down for a nice, refreshing beverage. And in Toronto, we have more than enough options tha...
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Dining out can get expensive pretty quickly, and if you live in a big city, it's even worse. According to Statistics Canada households in Ontario spent more than $2,200 on dinners out in 2013. And it...
The secret is out.. and it's delicious!
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Two restaurants well-known by both Torontonians and visitors alike were irreparably damaged by fire Thursday evening. Yorkville institutions Sotto Sotto and Spuntini were consumed on Christmas Day in...
It's true, eating comes down to a fine art during the fest, especially for those hardcore fanatics who see over 30+ films during these 10 days -- we're talking about 12 plus hours a day in theatres. These guys carry around back-packs full of lunches and snacks.
Toronto has become the latest international city to adopt a growing restaurant trend that aims to raise awareness of the hearing-impaired by hiring deaf servers. After San Francisco, San Antonio, Pari...
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While eating halal can be a challenge in some Canadian cities where the Muslim population is small, the only challenge Muslims in the Greater Toronto Area face is choosing between a myriad of deliciou...
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Move out of the way Ontario and Quebec, it looks like there's a new foodie province in town. For the first time, Raymonds Restaurant of St. John’s, N.L. (which placed 10th last year), is 2014's best...
One of the best parts about living in a city as multicultural as Toronto is the endless restaurants that offer traditional, delicious food from around the world. Whether they’re hole-in-the-wall diner...