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City / May 28, 2015 / Comments (12)

Captain John's finally ships out of the Toronto harbour

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Captain John's has finally left the Toronto harbour, vacating the place its occupied at the Yonge St. slip since John Letnik opened his floating seafood restaurant on the MS Normac in 1970. The current ship, the MS Jadran, has been mired in legal complications related to back rent and other...

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Radar / May 28, 2015 / Comments (0)

The top weekend events in Toronto: May 29-31 2015

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Weekend events in Toronto will have you visiting fairs and festivals across the city and beyond. desiFEST takes over Dundas Square this Saturday, filling it with the sights, sounds and flavours of South Asia. The Halal Food Fest is also happening in Mississauga this weekend, if you're looking for some...

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City / May 28, 2015 / Comments (6)

Remington's could be next Toronto strip club to close

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The days of the strip club in Toronto appear to be coming to a close. Just as the neon signage has slowly been erased from the once sleazy strip of downtown Yonge St., that sex that used to define the place is also on the way out. The latest casualty...

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Arts / May 28, 2015 / Comments (0)

The story behind Toronto's hidden artist retreat

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One of Toronto's most important spaces for artists is located far from the city's west-end galleries, east-end lofts and downtown museums. At Artscape Gibraltar Point on Toronto Island, where the flows of Lake Ontario meet and the poplar and dog wood trees grow right to the water's edge, the electric...

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Announcements / May 28, 2015

Sprawling new craft beer hall boasts 120 taps

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This newly opened beer hall in Liberty Village has usurped Real Sports as the city's source for the most selection of draught beers. The menu offers the usual array of pub grub staples, plus a few Filipino snack foods (think chicharron and lumpia). Read my profile of The Craft Brasserie...

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Eat & Drink / May 28, 2015 / Comments (2)

Toronto Restaurant Openings: Sweet Olenka's, Starving Artist, Field Trip Cafe, Miss Thing's, Cosmic Treats

Starving Artist Toronto

Toronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon. Find us here every Thursday morning. OPEN NOW Just in time for summer, Sweet Olenka's - home to insanely delicious ice cream bars - has opened a new location....

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Radar / May 28, 2015 / Comments (0)

Today in Toronto: Dance Mix 416, Charlotte Cornfield & Matthew Bailey, Festival of Sake, Liive Thursdays

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Today in Toronto will have you downing some drinks in style at the Festival of Sake event at Kampai. Head there to sample mouthwatering Japanese cuisine and sip some of the finest sake the world has to offer. If beer is more your thing, try the Tap Takeover by Goose...

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The Craft Brasserie & Grille occupies the sunken corner lot at Atlantic and Snooker in Liberty Village. It joins a pocket of pubs and beer halls in the neighbourhood including...

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Lit Espresso Bar has closed up its location at College and Ossington and opened an outpost on Bayview in Leaside instead. Taking over the space that used to be Play...

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Design Within Reach's new store on King Street East is bright, spacious, and a modern furniture lover's dream come true. Located next door to Montauk Sofa in the King East Design...

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The 11 Inc. bike store at the Shops at Don Mills impressed me from the moment I walked through its doors. Much different than the typical Toronto shop, the 11...

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