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.
At Bar Pompette, a French-inspired drinking den in Little Italy, the cocktail menu is about way more than just booze. Fresh herbs and produce shine in their drams.
Meredith Hardie packs her bags and takes flight at The Nest, an immersive experience à la Grey Goose Vodka in the heart of the French countryside.
Opened in 2016, a lifetime ago by King West standards, Baro Rooftop is still a Toronto summer staple with bold dishes, loud music and a whole lot of fun.
From the Sparkling House at Trius Winery to the rows of vines at Peller Estates, these are the best wineries in Niagara-on-the-Lake for your next grape adventure.
Gimmicky or dang-right good? We untangle the lore and the allure of ranch water, this summer's hottest not-so-new cocktail in a can.
Ardo gives diners a taste of the Sicilian coast with thoughtful seafood dishes and lots of feel-good, old-school hospitality. Mediterranean vacay, who?
Disappointed with the irresponsible commodification of seafood, Affinity Fish's co-founders set out to disrupt the system, shorten the chain and change the way people think about local fish.
Upgrade your culinary capabilities with the kitchen essentials Toronto chefs love, from utensils and tools to the latest gadgets.
We check out the new Clinton Street casa for Italian flavours, Spanish flair and a whole lot of homey hospitality. Plus, Paella Sundays never hurt.
We take you on a food tour of the best Scarborough restaurants to find delicious eats, underrated gems and a whole lot of secrets.
We chat to NBA all-star James Harden about shaking up the wine industry with his new label, plus where he likes to eat in Toronto.
This Harbord Village restaurant reinvents the classic French bistro with innovative dishes, swoon-worthy design moments and an approachable atmosphere.
Oyster lovers are in luck with our list of Toronto's best bivalves and oyster deals — one for each day of the week.
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.