If you are leaning into your “Eras” (and no, we aren’t referring to Taylor Swift’s next tour), then perhaps this February 14th can be considered your “Self Dating Era.” Having a partner or friends and family to share the 14th...
Come Monday, you’ll have a new option on the King West strip when it comes to entertaining clients, consuming cocktails, and picking up cuties. The beloved Blowfish has expanded to launch Barfish – a cocktail bar with Japanese-inspired cocktails, sake and a bustling social scene
The paper isn’t off the windows yet. The patio furniture isn’t waiting for you to take a seat. Not yet – but soon. Saying that Portland Variety (587 King W.) is planning a soft opening is an understatement. For the next few days, they’re simply going to unlock their doors and see who walks in
You’re going to start seeing tacos differently. King West (220 King St. W. to be exact) is soon to be home to yet another Mexican eatery – only this time, we’re going to use words like fine and dining to tell you about it
King West is getting a new Mexican eatery and we’re excited. And that’s because this isn’t the sit down and pay $20 for a glorified burrito King West you might be thinking about. This is a taco joint named after Wilbur Scoville, the pharmacist/chemist who, in 1912, created the Scoville Organoleptic Test – the scale by which the heat level of chili peppers is still measured
Just five days ago, Lost & Found officially opened its doors in the heart of King West. If you’re looking for an indication of what a night here will lead, to just look to the writing on the wall – for real
Since it opened last month, El Caballito has become an after-work hotspot for Toronto young professionals (YPs). Primarily a tequila bar, El Caballito (which means the little horse in Spanish) offers a refreshing new option to its neighbouring tired, tourist-filled spots in the heart of theatre district and to the suit-saturated venues to the east