Last week, Notable attended a rather different take on afternoon tea at Vancouver’s swanky Fairmont Waterfront Hotel for some sipping and sampling – of wine, that is. This quaint event offered an escape from the office and helped launch Fairmont...
In case you didnâ€™t know, weâ€™ve got another long weekend ahead of us. (Arenâ€™t we lucky?) Add to that news that so far the forecast is looking decent... so far. For those of us who are staying closer to home, weâ€™ve rounded-up a few weekend go-to and must-dos thatâ€™ll ensure a great time
Ruby Eats is a quaint food shop that occupies the space at 742 Queen Street East. Looking through the windows outside, you see a store that is immediately inviting and notably fresh. Inside, you're taken into a sort of chef's pantry â€“ one of those delightful experiences that showcases how local ingredients and quality products are the inception to any great meal
Alright Toronto Notables, remember that post we put up two days ago about Jaunt.ca? Well, have we got a contest for you. To coincide with yesterday's launch of Jaunt.ca, we've been given two of their Sweet Suite Packages at the SoHo Met...and we're giving them away to you
Continuing in the â€œThere's an app for that,â€ vein comes Cadee, a newly-released web-based application (soon to be launched for mobile devices) that keeps track of golf scores, charts out your progress, and also has a buff directory of different courses. How's that for a notable helper when you're heading down to the links
Every now and then, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts shocks us with their creative and current exhibitions on pop culture related subjects. Since June 17th, and on through October 2, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has been presenting The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, and it has been getting serious acclaim
This is getting pretty ridiculous...in a very good way. The Eaton Centre, once just an average mall â€“ albeit a huge, but average mall â€“ stands to be one of the absolute best in the country with the latest renos and store additions. Case in point: Jack & Jones and Wilfred opening this month
Most major cities have private clubs that provide unparalleled service and offerings to their members and member guests, and Calgary is no exception. These members-only clubs are often excellent places to network, but they also provide sound environments for some upscale relaxation, altheticism, and dining