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Upstart Italian sandwich chain opens on Queen Street

Posted by Anders Whist / August 2, 2015

on a bun torontoNot far from Trinity Bellwoods, this new sandwich shop is slinging favourites like meatball, eggplant and steak and onions. They even do a poutine with tomato sauce.

Read my review of On a Bun in the restaurants section.

Unique Korean eats now available in Little Italy

Posted by Liora Ipsum / August 1, 2015

Masheel Bistro TorontoThis just-opened Korean restaurant adds a bit more diversity to the dining scene in Little Italy. Go here to pair colourful cocktails with novel takes on beef ribs and Korean pork.

Read my profile of Masheel Bistro in the restaurants section.

Toronto's newest espresso bar offers a taste of Japan

Posted by Liora Ipsum / August 1, 2015

neo coffee barThis newly opened coffee shop isn't just serving up espresso. The line-up of edibles features trusty standbys like fresh baked cookies, muffins, and sandwiches, along with the house specialties; Japanese-style roll cakes and cream puffs.

Read my profile of Neo Coffee Bar in the cafe section.

Just opened Berlin street food restaurant is the real deal

Posted by Liora Ipsum / July 31, 2015

Ottos Berlin Doner TorontoAdding to the already eclectic offerings in Kensington Market, this new German doner shop is dishing out sandwiches, boxed meals, and a totally stellar currywurst until the wee hours of the morning on weekends.

Read my profile of Otto's Berlin Doner in the restaurant section

Club that replaced C Lounge is like a giant house party

Posted by Martha Stortz / July 30, 2015

addisons residenceThe club that has replaced C Lounge is inspired by a Beverly Hills house party. Will the cool decor, delicious drinks and relaxed vibes be enough to convince you to put down roots?

Read my review of The Addisons Residence in the bars section.

New shop lets you custom make t-shirts and pillows

Posted by Lori Harito / July 30, 2015

NuvangoThis new two-storey shop sells apparel, pillows and prints on the first floor, and features a spacious, modern art gallery on the second. Owned by the founders of Gelaskins, this new business keeps the focus on art while expanding the items offered from pillows, to tank tops, to canvas prints.

Read my review of Nuvango in the design stores section.
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