Before the holiday season begins, we want to take a moment to talk about a great cause. It's an annual tradition here at The GATE that before the holidays start, and before you really start shopping, we want you to think about supporting a cause that could help your community, or the world, and this year the focus is on Stand Up To Cancer.
You've watched the show, and now that it's Halloween, it's time to celebrate with two Stranger Things dishes that are just awesome: Demogorgon Pie and French Onion Barb. Yes, you read those right, and they look as delicious as they are just a little bit gross, which is what Halloween is all about.
How do you make yourself unstoppable? It's all about being self-assured, and blazing a trail in the world, at least according to premium fashion brand Strellson's latest campaign that celebrates Freddie Mercury's 70th birthday with a rendition of Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now".
Happy National Coffee Day! Sure, you could celebrate with a cappuccino, but tonight you can elevate your coffee experience with a special cocktail that combines espresso and Star of Bombay.
The Toronto International Film Festival is back, the films are rolling, and the stars are glamming it up around town and on the red carpet. To celebrate, The GATE has some cocktail inspiration for you courtesy of The Macallan, Courvoisier, Grey Goose, Cîroc, and Baileys. Whether you're celebrating TIFF, or just hosting a party, these cocktails will help add a little star power.
If you're looking for gifting inspiration for the guy in your life, for your own summer treat, or maybe even for back to school, then look no further than our brand new Guy's Gift Guide. From new gadgets, cooking gear, and whisky, here are 12 of the best gift ideas that will really get him smiling for summer, fall, and maybe even into winter.
Innis & Gunn founder and master brewer Dougal Sharp has been making beer since he was a teenager. Back then, Sharp worked at his father's Caledonian Brewery in Edinburgh, Scotland, but it wasn't until a fire in 1994 that he became much more deeply involved in making award-winning brews. And while he had other plans for his career, brewing beer was clearly his calling.