The holidays are a truly magical time of year to spend with friends and family. While many places may be closed throughout the peak holiday season, there are several spots that stay open for the enjoyment of you, your friends...
On Christmas Day, while all of our hearts and hands are wide open, most business are not. But since we know that some of you are going to need to get out of the house, we’ve compiled a list of a few places that will still welcome your Christmas company
Besides the usual neighbourhood casse-croutes and Chinatown digs, there aren’t many worthy restaurants willing to stay open for those of us not willing to stay in on Christmas Day. But fret not, we’ve found a few of Montreal’s beloved kitchens that will be open on Christmas
Christmas Day is pretty quiet through the city – the one day of the year that almost everyone and everything shuts down. But that doesn’t mean we haven’t dug around to find out all the good places still worth getting to on the 25th
The fact that your condo can’t accommodate a dining room table doesn’t mean you have to miss out on Christmas dinner, nor do you have to feast on fast food on the 25th. No matter the size or tastes of your crowd, we’ve got ideas for you as to where to mow down merrily in Calgary
Maybe you’re a bit of a Scrooge, maybe you don’t believe in it, but whatever your plans for the 24th and 25th, we thought we’d let you know what else you could be doing instead. So, here’s a list (for those both naughty and nice) of hotels restaurants, and bars that’ll be happy to serve you in Toronto on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day