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Little Italy’s French Bistro

The character of Toronto’s Little Italy has evolved to an eclectic milieu simply defined as “College Street.” The flavour-conscious flock here for a good time.  Neighbourhood openings and closings are a big deal, so when...

Kanpai to Summer!

In an interview with Maxim magazine last year, late culinary hero Anthony Bourdain declared that if he had to pick one country to be stuck in forever, it would be Japan. While I have...

New and Exciting in Toronto

Apres Noir, an entertainment behemoth unique to Toronto, unique in the world, is the brainchild of Carlo Parentela, President and GM of Le Jardin Conference & Event Venue. Parentela’s global imagination is as boundless as...

Where To DINE Now: AGO Bistro

Peering through a narrow window into a large pink ball, reflections from a cosmic myopia of mirrored orbs peer back at me. I am at once voyeur and participant in this artful installation. An iridescent...

Apres Noir

“That’s the way, uh huh uh huh, I like it” - KC and the Sunshine Band We pull up to the impressive entrance at Château Le Jardin.  Valet’s leap with alacrity to take our car, and...

Last Minute New Year's Ideas

Toula Ristorante New Year's Eve Gala with celebrity taste-maker Kevin Brauch (Iron Chef America/ Thirsty Traveler), and some of the best views of the city. * Complimentary Cocktail and Oyster Bar * Six course dinner * Dance Party *...

Wines of Argentina: LCBO

Our 2010 DINE magazine feature story is on the Wines of Argentina. Fruit forward and opulent, these wines are making themselves known on the world stage as excellent wines with exceptional value. Currently the...

Hamilton Renaissance

What do I know about Hamilton? Comedians, steel, doughnuts. But, recently there is a flourishing arts scene, and a dining explosion. Really! Who knew? The architecture, the galleries, and the restaurants have all forced...

Letter From Cookstown Greens

Cookstown Greens has been an integral part of the dining out community for decades. Below is open letter from David Cohlmeyer: A Green Opportunity The rumours are true. Cookstown Greens is now being offered For...

Where To DINE Now: BlueBlood Steakhouse

A Tale of Two Palates: Sara Waxman and Adam Waxman dine-out in Toronto’s restaurant scene and share their views. For over a century, Casa Loma stood as a monument to Sir Henry Mill Pellatt, who...
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