There’s a new kid on the Japanese foodie block. But watch out, this one comes with some fun twists and turns. Located on an unlikely block in Montreal’s downtown core (seems like this is a trendy thing), Biiru Japanese Bistro...
Petra, the spectacular city carved out of stone in Jordan, is also known as the Rose City. Hence the name behind Queen West’s latest entry into the restaurant game. This is the Middle East – at its best
Here’s an interesting story for Valentine’s Day that involves a historic hotel from the Old West, a few celebrities, top shelf tequila and a gifted Calgary chef: on February 14th, the Union Hotel will be hosting a pop-up dinner to raise funds for the new Los Alamos Library
Our generation is becoming more and more interested about what to eat, where to eat it, and even how we can make it all ourselves. If you’re part of the clan that is keen on culinary trendology, we’ve got your go-to list for fantastic new food trends to sink your teeth into for 2014
The conversion from Acadia to Red Sauce was quick: out with the old and in with the new in just 30 days. We wouldn't be Notable if we weren't one of the first in line to sample the new digs, so here's a first look at what's on offer
We were recently invited to Market (718 17th Ave SW) to partake in a unique dining experience featuring a menu specially created by Chef Dave Bohati, who played on each of the five senses: sight, taste, touch, sound and smell. A sixth course embodied all five senses much to the delight of the participants
Whenever something worthy comes across our desk at Notable.ca (yes, we actually use desks – we’re old school like that) we try to keep you in the know. And most recently, we discovered a bottle of Riesling from Deinhard that completely changed our opinion of how delicious white wine could be...
The wintery weather has us craving comfort food these days and we’ve taken to hunting down the very best our city has to offer. When it comes time to seeking seriously good eats, we find ourselves pining time and again for our favourite go-tos like Gastown’s Nicili Antica Pizzeria
Despite our billing as a multicultural city, it often seems that the main foodie strips are filled with burgers, sushi, and pizza. Now don't get us wrong, we love all three. But sometimes you’d like to sink your teeth into a few flavours they’ve never met before. Enter Soos Resto Bar at 94 Ossington
If you drive by the 1700th block of Notre Dame West in the heart of Griffintown, we can guarantee you have noticed two new spots pop up next to Grinder. The windows to both places intrigue and cause curiosity because the signage is barely visible, making one wonder: what lies behind this gorgeous façade? Step inside