I’m all about dinner parties. I love bringing great friends, both old and new, together. My network is so diverse – ranging from business people to yogis, artists to science types – that you really never know what can happen...
With holiday music in full force and the way-too-early arrival of winter that just slapped us all in the face, it’s officially dinner party season. And if you’re hosting, the last thing you want is for your guests to wish they’d opted for a night out instead
A memorable Thanksgiving meal is made all the more complete with a signature cocktail. So we turned to the mixologists at some of our favourite Toronto bars to share a notable fall cocktail from their seasonal menu, and, of course, provide easy instructions for you to create them at home
Sometimes they’re well planned out, with formal invites, professional catering, perhaps even a theme. But even for the most organized young professional (YP), sometimes, house parties just happen. Here's how to make the best of them
If you are one of the lucky Vancouverites who managed to score an invite to this Thursdayâ€™s epic pop-up picnic party (location is a secret until about 30 minutes prior), youâ€™re likely well aware of the suggested policy and etiquette guidelines Diner En Blanc-goers must adhere to. Itâ€™s all about the simple elegance of summer whites â€“ right down to the napkins, tablecloth and dining attire
There was a time when â€œdinner partyâ€ conjured up images of very formal dinners with fancy linens and matching dinnerware. Today, dinner parties are becoming a favourite way for YPs to socialize with friends. Here are some of our tips for successfully hosting a dinner party
We were always told it was bad manners to eat and run, but itâ€™s worse manners to eat and over-stay our welcome. Here are our tips on how and when to leave the most common of situations this time of year, to ensure you get an invite come next year