Are you looking for a new spot to grab the perfect fish n’ chips? Look no further than the Sea Witch on St. Clair West. There’s a lot of love in the Sea Witch, and listening to owners you can hear it. The spot is owned by a husband and wife team, Kevin Kowalczyk and Jacki Strahl. They decided to open up the shop after living in the neighborhood for 8 years. The St. Clair West neighborhood is very supportive and supports niche foodie spots.
The menu is simple and focused, featuring 5 different types of fish: haddock, halibut, arctic char, cod, pickerel. Everything on their small menu is homemade, including the tarter sauce and coleslaw. They try to keep things as local as they can, including fresh produce. As Oceanwise partners. They try to source sustainable as much as they can. 20%-25% of their menu is always Oceanwise.
Summer is officially here, and I know the perfect rooftop for you to relax on with a cocktail while getting a killer view. (more…)
In Toronto, it can feel like there’s a new burger place popping up monthly. Well, if you prefer hot dogs, you’re in luck! Hot dog restaurants are on the rise, giving you more places to bit down into a hot dog. I visited Let’s Be Frank to check out their new digs. (more…)
Playa Cabana’s newest location may be the smallest of them all. The small space on Berkley seats just under 35 diners, with extra space to be found on the front patio. They are also opening up a second floor and an outdoor patio this summer. (more…)
Reds Midtown Tavern is a cozy, elegant restaurant steps away from the Eaton Center and Dundas Square. I hadn’t been there since I visited for their grand opening a couple of years ago, so I was happy to go and try their steak! (more…)
b.good is a new fast casual restaurant in the St. Lawrence Market area with a mission to bring good food with locally sourced ingredients to Canada. Already successful in the USA, this is the chain’s first Toronto location. It gets its name from the founder’s Uncle, who would always tell everyone to “Be good,” before they left the house. (more…)
I headed to Rock Lobster East for the first time ever for Winterlicious dinner ($25)! They served Brickworks Ciderhouse, local cider brewed at the Brickworks, and I had Brickworks Ciderhouse’s Batch: 1904. (more…)