Here is the best soup in Toronto.
In Toronto we are spoiled for choice, the options running the gamut, from thick, syrupy and spiced, bittersweet to achingly sugary, to aerated and frothed with water, or laden with milk and whipped cream. Whatever your preference, you'll find one to suit your fancy.
Here is our list of the best hot chocolate in Toronto.
Still there are plenty of decent options spread across town. Some go way past supplies, offering art classes so you can learn how to use those new goodies and framing services for the finished product.
Here are the best art supply stores in Toronto.
Toronto's public libraries began over 200 years ago with a subscription reading room in Elmsley House, Upper Canada's parliamentary building. Over the decades, subscription libraries and reading rooms began springing up in fire halls and Mechanics Institutes all over what would eventually be called the GTA. City Hall created the public library system with the Free Library By-Law in 1883, but it was Andrew Carnegie who helped turn Toronto's libraries into esteemed parts of the streetscape.
Leave it to us to really big up the cookie game. Nostalgic remembrances of the after school special of milk and cookies, the giant cookie, the growth of the DIY bar (fro-yo to cookies), and the unfortunate trope of raw cookie dough as a desperate woman's sole comfort all contribute to designer cookie on offer here, each iteration a testimony to the cutthroat world of cookie production in this city.