We hear about luxury a lot, and sometimes it’s clear what it means, but for different brands, does it mean the same thing? Last week, BMW Canada launched their BMW Luxury Lounge in Yorkville (151 Bloor Street West), and with the opening, they took some time to discuss luxury with a few other brands, including Air Canada, Sotheby’s, and interior designer Shai DeLuca.
Figures (137 Avenue Road) is officially one of my favorite new restaurants in Toronto, and it’s about more than just the food, the style, or the very fun comic book theme. Figures is a great restaurant because they do all of those things so well, and they do it all with heart, and excellent attention to every detail.
Happy patio season! It’s that perfect time of year when a pint on the patio is one of the simplest, greatest pleasures, but how well do you know beer? The idea of the “perfect pour” may even be confusing, and that’s where certified Canadian beer expert Justin Lamontagne comes in with some simple beer tips and suggestions.
Iced tea and summer go together like BBQ and steak, and since today is officially National Iced Tea Day, it feels like the unofficial start of summer.
Just like its namesake predecessor, participants at Woofstock in Toronto’s Woodbine Park need to pee freely. Good thing Woofstock is outside. Unlike Woodstock, though, participants aren’t fee loving hippies but fee spirited dogs–fur babies to many canine crazy pup parents heading to North America’s largest outdoor dog festival this weekend.
Spring has sprung, the long weekend is almost here, and we have seven exceptional spring cocktails and drink ideas for your next get together. Featuring Georgian Bay Spirit Co., Leinenkugel Lemon Shandy, Strongbow, Star of Bombay, Sipsmith, Spirit of York, and Miller High Life.
This weekend, Megan Markle and Prince Harry will walk down the aisle for their Royal wedding in London, England, and to celebrate the upcoming nuptials, St-Germain Liqueur created an elevated spin on their classic cocktail, the Royal Spritz.
BBQ season is actually Canada’s longest season. If you’re really a grill-lover, you can almost cook outside all year round, but the real glory days for BBQ sauce and smokers definitely runs from May to September, and now I’m ready to get cooking. This week, Rufus Teague hosted a night of BBQ and sampling at Barque on Roncesvalles in Toronto, and they’ve convinced me to try a few new things this BBQ season.
In two weeks, the annual Terroir Symposium will bring 60 of the top hospitality and tourism professionals in North America together for the 12th annual event for sommeliers, chefs, hoteliers, and producers at Toronto’s Art Gallery of Ontario.
M&M’s have three new flavours, and I’ve been taste testing all of them in the name of… science? Well, certainly my love of candy and chocolate at the very least.