Katie Bridges is a cheese-loving, tea-guzzling Brit who moved to Toronto from London, England — and never left. When she's not checking out the best food spots across the city, you'll find her shaking up a cocktail with gin and egg whites at her home bar or bothering her dog.
Brockton Village café Safehouse Coffee switched things up to become a greengrocer stocked with local items, an art shop and a community hub.
Recreating delicious cocktails during lockdown has proved harder than we thought. So we asked Toronto's best bartenders to share their essential tips and favourite cocktail recipes.
The Grape Glass is the wine shop from pioneering duo the Grape Witches. Stop by for a snack, a sip and to learn about natural wine.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg talk Houseplant, their new cannabis brand, and weed’s long-overdue legalization.
Pastry fiends are in for the sweetest of treats at new Queen Street West French bakery Marvelous by Fred.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the restaurant industry — but there are plenty of restaurants, bars, retailers and breweries who are delivering their goods to the people of Toronto. Here's where you can get your fix.
Matty Matheson is back in town for Matty’s Patty’s on Queen West. He talks burgers, cookbooks and how being a dad has changed things in the kitchen.
There's far more to tea than bags and boiling water. Pluck Teas' Jennifer Commins tells us how to make the perfect brew, and how to pair your meal with your mug.
The Commoner gets a cool younger sister on College Street with moody furnishings, finger-licking good share platters and some of Little Italy's most inventive craft cocktails.
From the breakout Batch: 1904 to premium craft peach cider in their can of Stadium Island Peach, Brickworks Ciderhouse is leading the cider revolution and it’s about bloody time.
From high tea and tea-infused cocktails to the dedicated tea tasting bar at Silk Road Tea, there’s something special brewing in Victoria, B.C.