Craft Your Own Draft!

From the many great reasons why we love the city of Toronto, this one will definitely “fill you with spirit”; you can make (or should we say ‘craft’) your own wine and beer!

Ordinary, Everyday…Average?

Toronto store “Average”, as the name suggests, retails everyday items, but designed with intention and curated with thought. It’s also an online shop. The international designers represented at this almost-hidden shop are brought together by owner Chris Hanz, meant to …

Piggy’s Restaurant

Piggy’s is a sprawling restaurant specializing in Korean BBQ and is from the same people behind Little Piggy’s in the Annex. Located at 5 Glen Cameron Road in Toronto it is in the heart of the action. The grills use …

A 19th Century Shopping Street

Ten years ago, the city of Toronto converted an 1832 distillery into a complex filled with hip shops and restaurants. The 47 Victorian Industrial buildings, known as the Gooderham & Worst Distillery, now operates as one of the country’s premier …

Secret Tunnels in Toronto??

Often considered urban myths, secret (or once secret) tunnels do exist in Toronto. Most people have heard about the 800 foot tunnel that connects Casa Loma to its stables, but there are others out there with even more allure, some …

Celebrate Winter at Toronto Icefest

The Annual Bloor-Yorkville Icefest returns for its 13th year to Toronto, transforming the Village of Yorkville Park and Cumberland Street into a winter wonderland of Icefest attractions. On Saturday, February 24th, the Annual Ice Carving Competition will take place in …

¡QUÉ HORROR!

Remember the zany, gory, incomparable 2006 film Pan’s Labyrinth? That movie had it all: monsters, fantastic settings and costumes, plus a meaningful political undercurrent. Head to the Art Gallery of Toronto, which is exhibiting work that attempts to unlock the …

The Beauty Maven

Riverdale’s bob + paige salon is a stylish destination for Toronto’s best haircuts and color. Using products from leading international brands, the stylists offer expert advice and skilled services. If you’ve got a big evening on the horizon, or you …

CRAZY ABOUT CLAY

Opened in 1984 to house a collection of ancient American artifacts and European pottery and porcelain, Toronto’s Gardiner Museum has become one of the continent’s leading institutions for exhibiting ceramics and promoting the form. Beginning October 19, you’ll find Canadian …

Shop Small Biz

On Oct 21….Be sure to drop by your favourite neighbourhood SPOT in Toronto! Or, find new independent businesses in Toronto. We hope you will join in the celebrations by visiting local, independent businesses and sharing your experiences on social media …