Volunteer Toronto is excited to announce a fresh new twist on the traditional volunteer fair. For its third consecutive year, Craft Your Change brings together young professionals and 20 non-profits for a night of networking over great beer. “Volunteering is ...Read More »
Review of Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie
Annabelle Goodman – The Distillery District speaks to me of a past history in Toronto with a modern update. Cluny Bistro brings the charm and excitement of an authentic Parisian bistro. The mosaic ceilings, the cases of porcelain pieces, the enormous ...Read More »
Review of By The Way Café on Bloor St. W.
Annabelle Goodman – Is it really possible that it was freezing amidst a snow storm just one week ago? How quickly things change. This Sunday was a warm sunny summerlike day. The whole world came out to play. It was ...Read More »
Review of Hart House Gallery Grill
Annabelle Goodman – The Gallery Grill is only open for lunch and for brunch on Sunday. It is a most unique ambiance. The restaurant has the appearance of an old English castle. The dark wood and high ceilings are magnificent. ...Read More »
Review of Barista & Chef
Annabelle Goodman — I am always so grateful when a friend recommends a new restaurant. What a great dining experience and a new adventure! My friend S. and I are determined to discover all the great new dining spots in ...Read More »
Review of Jacques Bistro du Parc
Annabelle Goodman — How is it possible that Jacques is still in that tiny kitchen cooking lunches and dinners every day? It has been over 30 years since my family and I started going to this favored Yorkville area restaurant. ...Read More »
Review of Nord Bistro on Dupont St.
Annabelle Goodman – When I first heard that Cantine was closing I went into a depression. Happily Joe Bersani and Bart Pocock have newly opened Nord in the premise of the former Bistro Tournesal. They have renovated this charming spot ...Read More »
Review of Caplansky’s restaurant on College St.
Annabelle Goodman — Zane Caplansky is quite an entrepreneur about town. The menu states that five generations of his family have lived in Toronto. All the food is made from scratch just as he learned in his grandmother’s kitchen. His ...Read More »
Pancakes & Booze: neither of which have anything to do with art
Tyler J. Edwards — On the night of April 23rd, the internationally known Pancakes & Booze Art Show held one of it’s many events in Toronto’s illustrious Opera House just east of Broadview on Queen Street. The Pancakes & ...Read More »
Rising food prices harm those on social assistance: OCAP
Jessica Sikora — The annual cost of living across Canada rose by 2% this January over last year. The cost of food, however, rose at twice that rate (4%). In Ontario, the increase in food prices has been even steeper ...Read More »