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Old school Korean restaurant still has the magic touch

Posted by Amy Carlberg / October 25, 2016

Korean Village TorontoSince 1978, one place has been serving some of the best Korean BBQ and noodles ever off a chunky vinyl menu in an atmosphere that's familiar and warm. Stellar service and a communal vibe with a crowd from all walks of life make this one of those restaurants that's truly a Toronto gem.

Read my profile of Korean Village in the restaurants section.

Huge Shanghai-based bubble tea chain now in Toronto

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

happy lemon torontoThe Toronto location of this massive Shanghai-based bubble tea empire is number 992 in the chain's worldwide footprint. Go here for super cute branding and drinks made using fresh and natural ingredients.

Read my profile of Happy Lemon in the cafes section.

Where to eat a huge Pakistani meal in Toronto

Posted by Amy Carlberg / October 24, 2016

Lahore Tikka House TorontoFor over two decades this restaurant has been serving some of Toronto's favourite kebabs and naan, all cooked in their tandoor ovens.

Read my profile of Lahore Tikka House in the restaurants section.

Canada Goose's first standalone Toronto store now open

Posted by Amy Carlberg / October 24, 2016

Canada goose TorontoYou've long envied them from afar as you shiver in your layers of sweaters and jean jackets, but now you can envy Canada Goose's iconic parkas up close. Their first ever flagship, they have over 100 styles and 40 colours of insanely cozy, sustainably goose-down-filled, coyote-fur-lined coats for you to bundle up in.

Read my profile of Canada Goose in the fashion section.

Toronto gets a new destination for barbecue sandwiches

Posted by Amy Carlberg / October 23, 2016

Get Smoked TorontoCraving some comfort food like a bacon-wrapped chili dog, brisket sandwich, or hearty burger? Get all this and more from this restaurant where many of the items I just named are smoked in house.

Read my profile of Get Smoked in the restaurants section.


Downtown Toronto gets a massive new pool hall

Posted by Martha Stortz / October 22, 2016

roxy on kingThere's a new place to play pool in Toronto and it's from a familiar name. Formerly on Charlotte Street, this bar has relocated a few blocks away into a huge subterranean space where ping pong, nachos and TVs are all now part of the package.

Read my profile of Roxy on King in the bars section.
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