Katie Bridges

Katie Bridges


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.

Katie Bridges's articles

Drink review: Beau's Beer x David's Tea London Fog

This Canadian collaboration brings together two of our favourite beverages, providing an Earl-Grey infusion for the ultimate brew.

Make this comforting tourtière recipe

This season, we're getting our cozy on with this festive and fresh-baked Ontario harvest pork shoulder tourtière.

The best food tours in Toronto

Get an expert to inform your ingestion: these are the best options for food-and-drink tours in Toronto.

The late chow: Toronto chefs reveal the best restaurants open late

After restaurants close, cooks and chefs pour into the streets in search of something to eat. We find out where they head for the best late-night bites.

Restaurant review: Chotto Matte Toronto

Toronto is the latest outpost of this upscale Nikkei restaurant empire, offering diners in the Financial District exciting small plates and barbecue dishes with a Japenese-Peruvian flair.

Restaurant review: Ascari King West

This longstanding Leslieville spinoff launches a new outpost in the Fashion District, extending its menu of Italian favourites.

Top Six in the 6: Best Neighbourhood Crawls

Add class to your crawls with these tours of top local beer bars, watering holes and gin joints.

Weapons of Choice: Lagostina's Giada Dutch Oven

Let your Dutch oven take centre stage with a celebrity chef collaboration that looks good on and off the stovetop.

Restaurant review: Reyna on King

Bar Reyna's newest outpost brings great snacks to Corktown, before transitioning into the perfect spot for cocktails in the evening.

Cocktail Hour: The Sustainable Edition

We chatted to three Toronto bartenders to find out how they’re making low-impact cocktails without sacrificing the quality.

Restaurant review: Maison Selby

For their new French restaurant, O&B has restored a 136-year old heritage house that has seen a famous distillery family, Ernest Hemingway and Toronto's LGBT community grace its corridors.

What's in Store: Hooked

We chat to Kristin Donovan of Hooked to find out how thoughtful has replaced sustainable at the 'Knowledgable Fish Store.'

Restaurant review: Goa Indian Farm Kitchen

Hemant Bhagwani has struck gold in North York with the introduction of his new Goan-influenced Indian restaurant at Bayview Village.

Restaurant review: Ten

Julian Bentivegna's plant-focused tasting menu brings laid-back fine-dining to an intimate spot in Brockton Village.

What's in Store: Tap Phong

From bathtub-size woks to tiny tongs, Tap Phong has it all. We talk to the suppliers on Spadina.

Restaurant review: Laissez Faire

Michelin-trained chef Zachary Barnes is bringing upscale dining in a laid-back setting at King West's new French-inspired restaurant.

Restaurant review: Grand Bizarre Supper Club

Run away with the circus at Toronto's only Saturday supper club – a 41,000 sq ft over-the-top extravaganza at Exhibition Place.

Labour of Love: Four Couples in the Restaurant Industry

We sit down with four couples who are partners in life and in the restaurant business, to find out how they bring their passion to shared projects.

Restaurant review: Pastiche

The space that formerly housed Boralia has been transformed into a cocktail-bar-meets-casual dining spot that defies genre.

Restaurant review: MARBL

Come for the elevated American bistro-style cuisine, stay for a wine list you won't find anywhere else in Toronto and downstairs champagne bar, Mademoiselle.