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The Best French Restaurants in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / September 4, 2015

French Restaurants TorontoThe best French restaurants in Toronto show off a wide variety of approaches to this iconic cuisine. Whether you have an appetite for moules et frites in a casual bistro setting or intend to celebrate with champagne in one of this city's most upscale dining rooms, these restaurants can accommodate your desires.

Here are the best French restaurants in Toronto.

See also: The best steak frites in Toronto
Eat & Drink

Contest: Win tickets to Wines of Portugal Urban BBQ

Posted by Staff / September 4, 2015

wines of portugal urban bbqWant to win a pair of tickets to the Wines of Portugal Urban BBQ? On September 27th, spend the afternoon chatting with Portuguese wine expert Marta Galamba and sipping on some of the finest beverages Portugal has to offer. Wines will be paired with top notch BBQ fare from well-loved Toronto eatery Big Crow.

Check out all the contest details here.

Just opened BBQ sandwich joint does takeout until 3am

Posted by Liora Ipsum / September 4, 2015

Fancy Pig TorontoThe folks behind Scratch Kitchen have opened a BBQ sandwich joint and the intent is to serve up sandwiches until 3am on weekends. On the menu, you'll find brisket, pork, chicken, and mushrooms on a bun - each sold for $7.

Read my profile of Fancy Pig in the restaurants section.
Eat & Drink

The top 10 neighbourhoods for bakeries in Toronto

Posted by Maria Vanta / September 4, 2015

bakeries torontoToronto is flush with bakeries - there's everything from Italian to Portuguese to Japanese or those specializing in single items like macarons, cheesecake or doughnuts. But some parts of the city are lucky enough to have more baked goods bounty than others.

Here are my picks for the top neighbourhoods for bakeries in Toronto.

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What the new plaza at Yonge and Front will look like

Posted by Amy Grief / September 4, 2015

yonge front plazaThe city of Toronto is filled with more than 100 privately owned public spaces, or POPs for short, and a new one is set to open up at the Sony Centre next summer. It'll come at the tail-end of lengthy development project, which saw starchitect Daniel Libeskind's 60-storey L Tower rise behind the arts and cultural institution.

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