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Balzac’s Coffee Roasters In The Distillery District

October 15th, 2020 | City LivingRestaurantsSt. Lawrence Market

We adore the Distillery District, with its exquisite Victorian Industrial Architecture and a spirit that is alive with arts and culture! Walking through the cobblestone streets of the Distillery on my way to catch the 504 Streetcar, I love to stop in at one of my favourite coffee cafes - Balzac’s! Opened… Read Full Entry

Brunch At The George Street Diner Near St. Lawrence Market

October 14th, 2020 | RestaurantsSt. Lawrence Market

Handsomely situated with its bright-red painted-brick exterior at the corner of George Street and Richmond Street East, the George Street Diner is a genuine original-character diner that's been part of our city's history and day-to-day fabric seemingly forever. What is it about classic diners that seem to exude the 'comfort' in comfort food? … Read Full Entry

Realtor Steven Fudge Has A Nose For Leslieville, On Toronto’s East Side

October 2nd, 2020 | City LivingReal EstateRestaurantsLeslieville/Riverside

One of the great benefits of having spent decades in the Toronto real estate trenches is that I’ve had a bird’s eye view of Toronto's ever-evolving neighbourhoods. Not only does my future's forecasting help me identify macro-trends in housing, and my insight recognize the cusps of transformation, but I've personally witnessed the fascinating life cycles of multiple city neighbourhoods as… Read Full Entry

Good Times At Goods & Provisions In Leslieville

September 30th, 2020 | RestaurantsLeslieville/Riverside

It’s a funny thing about bars in Toronto: even if the floor isn't swept, the music is too loud, and the wait staff is disinterested, if there is alcohol being served, people will come. What is it about ubiquitous clubs or unimpressive watering holes that seem to earn a clientele, despite the… Read Full Entry

Blood Brothers Brewing On Geary Avenue Is A Stout Choice!

September 17th, 2020 | City LivingRestaurants

Curious about brewing and eager to sample new craft beers? In our beer bible, Blood Brothers is a must-visit! Brothers Brayden and Duston Jones started with homebrewing (when they repurposed old dairy equipment to create their small-batch wonders) but have now successfully upsized their operation with a move to Toronto's… Read Full Entry

We Love The Omar Gandhi Reinvention Of Lady Marmalade On Broadview North Of Dundas East

August 4th, 2020 | City LivingRestaurantsRiverdale / Playter Estates

Is there anything more coveted in a neighbourhood than the perfect brunch spot? One of our absolute faves is Lady Marmalade, known as much for its eggs benedict, cheddar waffles, and breakfast poutine as it is for the atmosphere diners enjoy. Lady Marmalade has been a fixture in Leslieville for… Read Full Entry

Sud Forno In West Queen West

July 14th, 2020 | RestaurantsQueen West

Although summer 2020 is unofficially the season of the staycation, there is no reason that you can’t travel the world, at least gastronomically speaking. And a visit to the divine Italian bakery Sud Forno on Queen St. West does for your taste buds what a visit to an Italian piazza… Read Full Entry

The Drake Hotel In West Queen West

July 13th, 2020 | City LivingRestaurants

The Drake Hotel is arguably Toronto's most famous boutique hotel! Located at 1150 Queen Street West, on the corner of Beaconsfield and Queen, it has become an 'oh-I-know-where-I-am-now' landmark for the Queen West community - and the entire city! The property was originally the site of Small’s Hotel back in… Read Full Entry

Bolt Fresh Bar in West Queen West

July 11th, 2020 | RestaurantsLittle PortugalQueen West

For those of us who live or work near West Queen West, we know there's no shortage of lunch options, with pizza, poutine, and burritos being the local stars. While it can be hard to resist the convenient (and blissfully delicious) fast food options, I think we all have that… Read Full Entry

Nuit Social In West Queen West

July 11th, 2020 | City LivingRestaurantsLittle PortugalQueen West

The sun is shining, the humidity is a wee bit heavy, and patio culture... well, it's how restaurants are generating revenue over and beyond delivery as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic! Welcome to Toronto in July!  Now that we're becoming accustomed to using masks and a lot of hand sanitizer - and if… Read Full Entry