When she's not creating and overseeing digital content for Foodism, you can find Taylor sippin' on a sweet and delicious cocktail or slurpin' up some noodles (ramen, japchae, spaghettini — you name it). From oysters and nigiri to tartare, she loves anything raw. And her favourite pastime is tucking into a fried chicken sandwich and a glass of wine mid-bubble bath. She likes to eat; you get it.
Above 1 Hotel Toronto, Harriet's Rooftop is a glamorous oasis outfitted in greenery and string lights. We try their sumptuous winter cocktails and Japanese-inspired bites.
Whether we've got the post-bar munchies, need a pre-club snack or just want a late dinner, Marked Restaurant's new menu of mouthwatering late night eats is our go-to.
Step into a world of mesmerizing decor and vibey electronic music at Maxime's, a sexy new King West restaurant serving heaps of seafood and steak.
Serving tasty bites and gorgeous cocktails, the W Toronto hotel’s lobby bar Living Room, and adjoining patio the Yard, deserves to be a destination in its own right.
Feel like a star at the Shangri-La Toronto's TIFF Afternoon Tea, complete with premium tea, prosecco or a mocktail, and an assortment of whimsical, TIFF-inspired bites.
Serving traditional dishes from the Lombardy region, Stelvio does Italian food unlike anywhere else in Toronto — with top-notch cocktails and wine to match.
High atop the W Toronto hotel in Yorkville, Skylight is a lush and spacious escape shrouded in greenery and allure. Snack on Mediterranean plates paired with craft cocktails in the restaurant or on the rooftop patio.
Indulge in authentic and halal Lebanese cuisine paired with whimsical cocktails in Laylak's gorgeous cream and gold dining room in the Financial District.
At Dundas West's Patois, chef-owner Craig Wong combines his Chinese-Jamaican background with his French culinary prowess to create some of the best dishes in the city.
Sip on a glass of wine and snack on small plates as you bask in the atmosphere of sweet sounds at these bars and restaurants with live music in Toronto.
At Ladurée Yorkdale, brunch is an adorable affair with light bites and mimosas — and don't forget their famous macarons for dessert.
Right on the main strip in Niagara-on-the-Lake, the new 124 on Queen Hotel is home to impeccable food, a show-stopping wine list and a fully-licensed spa.
Halibut or haddock? Beer-battered and crunchy or light and crispy? No matter how you like it, these are the top spots serving the best fish and chips in Toronto.
A hidden Parkdale gem, Nuna dishes out flavour-packing Peruvian food with soul and craft cocktails in a charming atmosphere.
Satisfy your cravings with everything from king-sized gyoza and sizzling bibimbap to soon tofu dishes at these top-notch Korean restaurants in Toronto.
Raw fish and uncooked beef dishes appear on many menus, but are they safe to eat? The Park Hyatt's executive chef Antonio Soriano answers all your questions.