This Week on DineSafe: Empire Espresso, Bairrada Churrasqueira, Cafe Bernate, Ali Baba's, Happy Sushi
Here's the rest of this week's results on DineSafe.
Here are my picks for the top spring food events in Toronto for 2015.
See also: The top 10 beer events in Toronto for spring 2015
Founded by friends Jack Levinson, a gym teacher, and Earl Linzon, an accounting clerk, with $1,600 start-up cash, the first restaurant was located on the ground floor of a converted Victorian home row house. In the front bay window, workers in crisp white shirts worked over trays of ingredients. Long-haired, shoeless young men lounged on the steps outside, despite a sign telling them not to.
"Giant submarine sandwiches," read a sign in the window.
Here are my picks for the top places to get wedding cakes in Toronto.
- Left Field Brewery (36 Wagstaff Dr.) hosts a pop-up from 5pm to 9pm tonight, Friday March 27.
- Parts & Labour (1566 Queen St. West) and Charlie's Burgers are partnering to host Champagne Burger Wednesdays starting Wednesday, April 1. Look forward to burger combos and bubbly priced at $25.
- The next instalment of TIFF's Food on Film series takes place at the Wednesday, April 1 at the Bell Lightbox (350 King St. West). James Beard Award-winning travel writer and culinary anthropologist Naomi Duguid will be present for a screening and discussion of the beloved documentary The Gleaners & I.