Looking for a wine adventure? Let me introduce you to one grape who offers multiple types of personalities. She’s crisp and cool, as well as dry and full. She’s Spanish, French, Italian, old and young, and: last but not least,...
Owner Isam Kaisi proudly calls his food Middleterranean – a term he claims as his own. And the entire menu at District Oven is based on this concept, the combination of Middle Eastern and southern Mediterranean food that presents a modern fusion of both flavour and culture. So we knew we had to check it out
Last week we told you that Byblos, the two-story Eastern Mediterranean restaurant from the owners of Weslodge and Patria, would be opening soon. Well, we weren’t content with the little info we had so we went straight to the source to get you the low-down on what’s sure to be T.O.’s next hottest restaurant
Cafe Belong is a new haven for enviro-conscious diners at Toronto's famed Evergreen Brick Works. Serving up an array of local ingredients, Cafe Belong is a new go-to for foodies and ethically-minded YPs
There's more to a restaurant than just the plates put down in front of you. Nowadays, many notable restos are designing their spaces with open-concept kitchens, so that the exhibitionist chef can dazzle not just your palette but also your eyes
As we approach mid-summer, some notable Toronto restaurants are looking towards the months ahead and are launching new menus to keep our palettes satisfied and our tastebuds excited. Case in point: BRASSAII Restaurant and Lounge launched their latest offerings last week in an intimate taste-test
Named after a medieval French monastic order, a Scottish castle, and the Parisian art museum (which are all referential influences for the design and spirit of the restaurant), Cluny Art Bar serves breakfast and coffees and is a notable lunch spot for people who live in the neighbourhood
Nyood Restaurant has been a Toronto hotspot since the first day it opened doors to the hungry masses â€“ hungry for amazing food, but also for a resto that embodies Toronto's love of venues to see and be seen. There's little better example of Nyood's experience than its monthly Le Brunch