You don't have to overstay your welcome in a hipster-filled cafe on Queen West anymore to tap into a little complimentary connectivity. Queen West – the 'hood named second best in the world by Vogue – now offers free wifi...
There is now a bar for your every need. MYNC’s Lash Bar and Lounge has arrived downtown after massive success in Yorkville and Lawrence Park. Now you don’t have to head uptown to get your eyes looking like Audrey Hepburn’s
Beloved men’s online retailer Frank & Oak will soon have its first Toronto flagship store – that’s right, an actual brick and mortar location – at 735 Queen St. W. And the 2,600-square-foot space is just two weeks away from officially opening up shop
Toronto can easily become that relative you see all the time; you know you love them, but you just don’t say it enough. Well, there will be no guilt here at Notable. We fall more in love with Toronto every single week and we want everyone to know why. Here’s a recap of what fueled our urban obsession over the past five days
In case you’ve been spending too much time hanging out on the Ossington strip, you might be surprised to know that MuchMusic’s street still has something to offer. Don’t believe us? Well, a little magazine called Vogue has just named Queen West as one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world
There’s a new sign installation project taking the streets via Denise St Marie and Timothy Walker’s creative collaboration as TIMEANDDESIRE. In case you haven't seen it yet around Queen West and Grange Park, you'll notice it's literally quite obvious
Queen W. just got magical. Okay, so it’s more science than magic. But to the casual drinker – and even more casual science student – it might as well be slight of hand that’s delivering the unique experience