Last week, we headed down to check out one of Vancouver’s newest little hubs for some culinary feasting, The Abbey (117 West Pender Street). Industry pro and chef/owner Andrey Durbach and co-owner Chris Stewart welcomed us to a family style...
You. Wine. Bar. We know, those aren’t three words you’re totally comfortable putting together yet. But Montreal’s been stepping up its vino game and we think it’s about time you did too. So with that said, here are seven of the hottest places in the city to satisfy your inner oenophile
Invented in the 60s in Calgary, the Bloody Caesar has quickly become Canada’s signature drink. But we all know the typical ingredients are so passe. So we went bar hopping in Montreal and found some of the best Bloodies in town
Your local is full of, wait for it, locals. So if you’re looking to spread your network beyond the last bar stool, it’s time to get out there. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of breeding grounds where key connections can be made this summer in Toronto
Boardwalk Empire? Well, sort of. The concept of Saint-Denis’ newest resident centres around touches and inspirations from the prohibition era – and the details are pretty damn notable. Here’s how it went down
If you’ve walked down Kensington Road lately you’ve probably stopped to marvel at the makeshift setup in the Brasserie alleyway. To the untrained eye, this space might not look like much more than a shipping container, patio lights and a few chairs and tables – but anyone who’s spent time in SE Asia knows better