This newly opened restaurant from an ex-Nodo chef is serving up traditional Sicilian fare. In addition to the usual pizza and pasta dishes, look forward to a spotlight on regional faves like seafood, couscous and cannoli.
Read my profile of Ardo in the restaurants section.
With temperatures finally hitting the 20s in Toronto and everyone in their twenties hitting the park, this past weekend kicked off summer in Trinity Bellwoods. For the uninitiated, Bellwoods is a warm weather hotspot where young Torontonians congregate to break free of condo living by sunbathing, drinking, and playing frisbee in a natural setting.
Toronto's animals are back at it again. Like the infamous High Park peacock before them, two capybara have broken out of their enclosure at the west end zoo. Police think the rodents are now wandering around High Park.
Monday kicked off the fourth season of Electric Island, a summer concert series on the Toronto Islands taking place every long weekend until September. The Victoria Day edition featured headliners Job Jobse, DJ Tennis, Jamie Jones, and Sven Vath, as well as a variety of vendors and food trucks.
841 Richmond Street West is a three-storey townhouse, just west of Bathurst, priced at $1,299,000. Another slick urban development by Core Architects, this complex was designed as a modern interpretation of a traditional Victorian semi, featuring a contemporary glass facade and nine private residences.
This week on DineSafe there are no closures to report though city health inspectors dinged a couple repeat offenders with conditional passes. Ali Baba's in Parkdale and Spence's Bakery on Eglinton West are no strangers this list.
See which other restaurants got yellow cards this week.