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The top 10 dive bars in Toronto

Posted by Martha Stortz / May 2, 2016

dive bar torontoThe top dive bars in Toronto are fun, unfussy, and definitely not fancy. Sometimes, you just need to put on an old pair of jeans, meet up with some friends, and head to your favourite no frills watering hole for a drink that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.

Here are my picks for the top dive bars in Toronto.

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You can now eat ice cream tacos in Toronto

Posted by Jaclyn Skrobacky / May 2, 2016

Booyah TorontoIt's only May and we've already been privy to the introduction of doughnut cones, cinnamon bun ice cream sandwiches and now we can add ice cream tacos into the mix. Booyah has officially opened its doors after being closed all winter and this season they are bringing a new hybrid ice cream treat to Toronto.

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The top 10 new restaurant openings in Toronto for April

Posted by Liora Ipsum / May 1, 2016

new restaurants torontoApril showered Toronto with new restaurants. From barbecue and burgers to AYCE Italian and Asian fusion spots, there are plenty of new ways to indulge this spring season.

Here are my picks for the top new restaurant openings in Toronto this April.

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The top 15 cheap eats in Kensington Market

Posted by Jaclyn Skrobacky / May 1, 2016

kensington marketToronto's Kensington Market is full of delicious treasures. Whether you're craving a mid afternoon snack or a full meal, there's a spot for pretty much all your cravings.

Here are my picks for some of the best cheap eats in Kensington Market.

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5 must-try ice cream cones in Toronto

Posted by Jaclyn Skrobacky / April 30, 2016

Sweet JesusIce cream offerings in Toronto seem to be getting more outrageous each and every year. Gone are the days of the standard vanilla scoop in a sugar cone. Now's the time to hit up some of Toronto's best ice cream parlours and try some epic creations.

Here are my picks for 5 must-try ice cream in Toronto right now.

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8 great places for brunch in the Junction

Posted by Liora Ipsum / April 30, 2016

brunch the junctionThe Junction offers excellent brunch opportunities. The Toronto neighbourhood, once compared to the Wild West, has a rich history, and while no one could sell alcohol there throughout much of the 1900s, this prohibition ended for good in 2000. The area's now filled with restaurants, bars and cafes, many of which are happy to serve brunch with boozy beverages.

Here's where to eat brunch in The Junction.

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