Andrew Pyper: "There’s a high-ceilinged front room & cozier, cave-like back that I really like because you can check out a reading or get a drink at the front without being a jerk & interrupting." Read more.
La Bicicletta rates high on the index, carrying the finest selection of road bikes and apparel in the city. Read more.
the Bowery, a new “punk meets farm” restaurant and bar on Colborne St. Bowery just opened this week and is styled after one of NYC’s most notable (and drunkest) neighbourhoods. Read more.
We ducked into the soft opening of Fishbar last week and were pleased to find delicious tapas, oysters and St.Ambroise beer-battered fish & chips that would make even Jacques Cousteau grin ear to ear Read more.
Why? Because it's just like London -- in 1937. When a "public house" takes a stab at recreating the British pub experience & gets the blood sausage and scotch eggs 99% right, it’s worth stepping in. Read more.
There’s nothing like charging big prices for raw fish & getting away with it. Blowfish opens location No. 2. Frequenters of the original location will be familiar with the name and menu. Read more.
Consider enlisting the help of some experts at the upcoming Whisky Gala – a chance to taste a hundred different whiskies and learn from some of the best noses in the business. Read more.
The Toronto Underground Cinema is showing the Leafs game on the big screen, followed by Slap Shot in all its grey, jaded glory this Saturday Read more.