Murrieta’s is named after the infamous gentleman bandit Joaquin Murrieta of California who was called the “Robin Hood of El Dorado.” The Calgary location of this three-restaurant chain will most certainly steal a place on your favourite restaurants list. The...
If you canâ€™t be bothered to make your own power breakfast or hangover food (depending on your NYE choices, we're not judging), luckily enough, Toronto is supplying you with some awesome eats available on New Years day
You donâ€™t celebrate Christmas, your family and you aren't able to be in the same city this holiday season, or maybe youâ€™re a die-hard foodie and prefer dining out more than you enjoy family meals, whatever! Regardless of what the case may be, hereâ€™s a listing of our top picks of Toronto restaurants open on Christmas day
There’s only one thing every good meal needs to make it great: alcohol. Whether it’s a delicious cocktail to help settle you into the evening, or the perfect glass of red wine to accompany your dish, when we go out we always want the option of sipping on something that isn’t water. And now we have it at our favourite Thai restaurant
Ossington strip’s Rock Lobster has become a quick go-to for in-the-know Toronto young professionals (YPs) with a soft spot for authentic and sustainable seafood – if they can score a table. Well, the odds of doing so may have gotten higher (then again, maybe not) with a second Rock Lobster location set to transform the Queen West space that until recently housed longtime Sunday brunch favourite Shanghai Cowgirl
Benvenuto a casa. Welcome home. It’s only down the street – on the edge of Yorkville – but you’ll quickly feel like you’re in the bosom of heart and home. All young professionals need a little L’Unita. It's THE place to decompress, relax and simply enjoy some of the finest Italian cuisine the city has to offer