Lover of smash burgers and dirty martinis — not at the same time, but also not opposed to the idea. Meredith started at Elle Canada as an editorial intern but prefers food over fashion. And although she is dairy-free (not by choice), she will never, ever order the fruit sorbet for dessert.
The air may hurt our face, but that's not stopping us from indulging in Toronto's best new restaurants and bars this season. Bundle up for this epic new list.
Sick of limiting new year's resolutions, staff writer Meredith Hardie vows to do one thing only this year: eat more chocolate.
Cured meat and cheese are celebration essentials. Afrim Pristine of the Cheese Boutique tells us how to make the ultimate charcuterie board.
Chocolate is the holiday hero we all need. But what exactly goes into the sweet treat? We chat with a chocolatier to discover how chocolate is made, its fascinating history and more.
We can't get enough of East Chinatown's Good Cheese — a gourmet grocer with cheese from all over the world, charcuterie boards to-go and all the vino.
Forget pumpkins, we've got a better list of things you should be excited about this season: Toronto's best new restaurants for fall.
A family-owned butcher shop in Roncy, Russell's Butcher & Deli strives to meat customer expectations — and then some.
PAI executive chef and co-owner Nuit Regular walks us through the dishes she cooks that take her back to her home in northern Thailand.
We trade Toronto's concrete and construction for waterside dining and a mammoth-sized bone-in ribeye at the Cambridge Mill.
We had the feast to end all feasts at Louix Louis in Toronto's spectacular St. Regis Hotel. We came, we saw, we ate the damn King Cake.
Not just a supporting role in classic cocktails like the manhattan and negroni, Vermouth gives major main character energy — and we tell you all about it.
Twenty-five years, one devastating fire, countless orders of General Tao Chicken — Hong Shing owner Colin Li tells us all about this epochal Toronto restaurant.
Nickel 9 Distillery in Toronto’s funky Junction neighbourhood is a small but mighty maker of spirits, syrups and bitters.