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Where to get weird and drink the 6 in Toronto

Posted by Christina Cheung / May 26, 2016

The End TorontoIf you're after a baller cocktail named after our city that won't break the bank, then look no further than this sweet little bar. You know you're living it up when your drink contains gold dust. If that ain't your thing, there are also craft beers and other bourbon-heavy cocktails to choose from.

Read my profile of The End in the restaurants section.
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Huge barre fitness chain opens studio in Toronto

Posted by Lori Harito / May 26, 2016

Pure Barre TorontoBased in South Carolina, this chain of barre fitness studios boasts over 300 locations across the United States. The recently opened Toronto gym is its first on Canadian soil, and a popular spot for those looking to get a ballet-inspired workout.

Read my review of Pure Barre in the fitness section.
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Where to eat authentic Malaysian food in Toronto

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / May 25, 2016

Gourmet MalaysiaFor those in the know, this restaurant in the epicentre of Malaysian cuisine in the Toronto area. While they also serve Singaporean and Indonesian dishes, it's all about the coconut milk here.

Ready my profile of Gourmet Malaysia in the restaurants section.
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Caplansky empire expands with new midtown location

Posted by Liora Ipsum / May 25, 2016

caplanskys torontoSmoked meat sandwiches, latke poutine and turkey Reubens are about to become a lot more commonplace now that Zane Caplansky has set his sights on global deli domination. The fast casual outpost in Yorkville is the first of many locations slated to roll out across Canada.

Read my profile of Caplansky's (Yorkville) in the restaurants section.
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Much loved Montreal design shop lands in Toronto

Posted by Meghan Jeffery / May 24, 2016

VdeVThis popular Montral design shop has earned a loyal following for its quirky collection of home furnishings and fixtures, the vast majority of which are priced at 100 bucks or less. After four years on St. Laurent, owner Fanny Vergnolle de Villers decided it was time to enter the Toronto market.

Ready my review of VdeV in the design stores section.
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New Toronto restaurant serves up a Sicilian feast

Posted by Liora Ipsum / May 24, 2016

Ardo TorontoThis newly opened restaurant from an ex-Nodo chef is serving up traditional Sicilian fare. In addition to the usual pizza and pasta dishes, look forward to a spotlight on regional faves like seafood, couscous and cannoli.

Read my profile of Ardo in the restaurants section.
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