There's a new dining hot spot in Toronto’s Distillery District – one from Mathew Rosenblatt and John Berman of neighbourhood staples El Catrin and Cluny Bistro. Taking over the prime real estate of the former Tappo Wine Bar – a...
Get excited about a new food festival geared specifically to help get you through these long, cold winter nights. The Distillery District is playing host to Heatfest, a great Canadian Comfort Food Festival happening on Family Day
From quick flings, to falling head-over-heels in love, the warm weather seems to make relationships hotter than a scene out of Fifty Shades of Grey. But instead of singing K-I-S-S-I-N-G or carving your names into some poor tree, the Distillery District is introducing a new way for you to express your latest feelings of forever
There were sake cocktails galore and suddenly the idea of adding a little rice to a night out on the town didn’t seem like such a strange proposition any more. Yes, it was a little hot. But it’s the end of May, and more than 750 people getting their sake on tends to heat things up a bit
We’re not saying beer and wine festivals don’t deserve praise, but there’s something extra notable about an entire outing dedicated to sake. And what better way to celebrate all things fermented rice than by ringing in the largest sake festival of its kind in Canada?
Have you checked out the new Gotstyle store in the Distillery District yet? Don’t wait for the warmer weather to hit the historic streets of the coveted east end destination. Gotstyle, the beloved one-stop shop for the stylish urban male, has offered designer and bespoke menswear since 2005 from its original Bathurst Streer location. The new location stays true to the Gotstyle brand, but with a few additions, most notably the recent introduction of womenswear and the Groom’s Room