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Caesars

The Best Caesars in Toronto (Right Now)

The search for a great caesar is a Canadian tradition. These Toronto spots are a great place to continue your personal Caesar (or Bloody Mary) journey. The Lockhart This Harry Potter-themed cafe also serves a great...

Hidden Gems In Maui

It comes as no surprise that Maui offers an incredibly vibrant landscape of beautiful beaches, lush scenery and wildlife. From taro, to papayas to mangoes and ahi tuna, the culinary landscape offers a Dionysian...
Stack of cookbooks

The DINE Cookbook Club – Volume I: The Essentials

Are you fed up with looking for subpar recipes on the internet? Well... come to DINE Magazine's recipe section... What are you doing?! If we haven't got what you are looking for, maybe it...
Innis and Gunn

Kindred Spirits: Innis & Gunn Revive a Classic in Canada

Some things are just meant to be together. Wine and cheese. Milk and cookies. Grilled cheese and tomato soup. The Scots and the Irish? Maybe not on the surface but these two cultures share...
Savoury Pi(e)

DINE’s Definitive Pie Ranking – Part 2: Savoury

Every March 14th, we don’t only celebrate Albert Einstein’s birthday (would be 140 today), but basically anything filled into flaky, buttery pastry – sweet and savoury alike. It’s International Pi(e) Day! It is also...
Happy Pi(e)

DINE’s Definitive Pie Ranking – Part 1: Sweet

Every March 14th, we not only celebrate Albert Einstein's birthday (he would be 140 today), but basically anything filled into flaky, buttery pastry - sweet and savoury alike. It's International Pi(e) Day! It is...
Caciotta Cheese Cave, TOCA, Ritz Carlton Hotel

Where To DINE Now: TOCA

Among the gastronomic highlights of the past year in Toronto, we choose a hotel dining room. If TOCA, on the mezzanine level of the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Toronto was a free-standing, privately owned downtown...
Jason Bangerter, Langdon Hall

Chef Profile: Jason Bangerter

Some people say they don’t like food to look “too pretty”. I agree. I prefer it to be beautiful. Chef Jason Bangerter creates stunning dishes that enrich our eyes first, then our palates. Bangerter...
Treetop Trekking, Stoufville

Tree Top Trekking in Stoufville

Kids love to climb. Parents only think they can. That’s why benches along the wooded path are full of parents beaming with pride as they catch their breath, while all the kids frolic above...
Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors at the AGO

Last year, when the AGO first introduced the Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirrors exhibit, I, along with what I assume is half of Torontonians, attempted to get my hands on tickets, and while many were...

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