Caesar cocktail lovers eagerly welcomed the Score on King to Toronto. This new pub hails from the west coast, and are known for their massive, over the top Caesars. However, this neighborhood spot is much more than a few fancy drinks. The Score serves up pub food with a twist and huge portions.The menu that they serve is identical to their Vancouver location. When they aren’t serving brunch, they have an all day menu with nachos, fried chicken, avocado fries, pulled pork mac n’ cheese, sushi sliders and other staples. (more…)
I’m so excited that we’re heading into warmer weather. It really doesn’t feel like it, but I promise that it’s right around the corner! Last week we had a warm 20+ degree day, and I took the chance to wear my new UP! pants.
This Canadian brand has several pairs of stylish pants in bold prints, unique cuts and comfortable fabrics. Their new collection, Spring Romance, is available online and in stores.
Lego fans, get ready to be excited. This summer, a pop up brick bar will come to Toronto. The Brick Bar will be in Toronto for 3 nights. From July 5th to July 7th, Torontoians can experience this pop up bar featuring over 1 million blocks.
Hello,sunshine and bright colours! Spring was out in full bloom at the Reitmans seasonal preview. There were fresh blooms and tasty tropical eats. Of course, there were also tons of stylish clothes to be found. (more…)
We are less than a month away from what is arguably Toronto’s cheesiest night, the Artisan Cheese Night Market at the St. Lawrence Market.
This festival will feature 150 artisan and farmstead cheeses to sample and purchase. In addition to cheese, you can try charcuterie, chocolate, artisan foods, olive oil, Ontario wine, craft beer and cider, and spirits.
There will be all sorts of cheese for sample and sale, including freshly stretched mozzarella. Some vendors include: Stonetown Artisan Cheese, Quality Cheese, Amour & Tradition (Quebec cheesemakers) Fromagerie Kapuskoise and many more.
The festival is run in 3 different sessions to avoid overcrowding, and only two sessions are left! Choose from 12 noon to 3:00 p.m. or 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Don’t be disappointed, this event is selling fast! Grab your tickets at www.eventbrite.ca.
Bremner has been changing over the years. First we got the Ripley’s Aquarium, then the amazing Rec Room, and now, delicious eats. Steam Whistle Brewing has been in the brick roundhouse on Bremner for a very long time. In 1999 Steam Whistle took on a lease at the roundhouse to open a factory on-site. The rest is history. Steam Whistle has been brewing up fresh pilsner every since. In 2018 they expanded their operations to include another brewery. Now only 40% of Steam Whistle beer is brewed in Toronto. The rest is brewed in Vaughan.
Don’t be sad, this has freed up some space for some pretty cool things, including their new 2,500 square feet European inspired Biergarden. The restaurant is decked out in green and white with glowing neon signs and fresh plants. It has a very casual vibe, diners go to the green shipping container to place their orders. The goal was to create a traditional beirgarden that reflects the beauty of the ones in Munich, Germany. The restaurant can seat 100 people in bench style seating. When it warms up, 50 people will be able to dine on the patio.
Today, everyone should be making an effort to lessen their environmental footprint. Fashion giant H&M created their conscious collection a few years ago in an effort to reduce waste. I checked out what’s new from their Exclusive Conscious Collection 2019 for summer. Not only are the pieces affordable, but they are super stylish too.
The collection includes variety of feminine silhouettes, metallic colours and flashy prints. Materials such as recycled polyester, algae foam, lyocell and silk blends are throughout the collection. The collection is now available in all H&M stores for the summer. Expect to see off the shoulder dresses. tunics, and number of statement pieces.