Tag Archives: toronto
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: November 25, 2013
We were recently given the opportunity to test drive the new Lincoln MKZ for an entire day and take it to the restaurant of our choice.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: September 2, 2013
A couple weeks ago a pop-up made its debut at the KULTURA Festival at Wychwood Barns, well not just any pop-up. To delight your senses with Filipino inspired food, meet Horse & Carriage.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: June 12, 2012
Toronto, one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world has every taste imaginable at your reach, yet some cultures fail to reach the masses. Filipino cuisine is one of them, but two 2nd generation Filipinos have recently taken it upon themselves to change all that.
By Abby Ainsworth | Published: January 21, 2012
Located on the cement roof of a lively Parkdale restaurant unexpectedly lays an assortment of luscious vegetation. Lemon balm, mojito mint and stinging nettle just to name a few, breed vivaciously out of plastic bins, which supply the restaurant below. It’s an excellent type of sustainable urban agriculture that the creators hope will soon be [...]
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: January 9, 2012
Toronto has had its fair share of clothing related pop ups but of late the food centric variety has taken off, and LA CARNITA is leading the pack.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: September 6, 2011
Hassel Aviles is a woman on a mission. She’s the brains behind the upcoming Toronto Underground Market that will give home cooks an opportunity to get their food out there.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: September 2, 2011
Yes, we all know how great Jen Agg’s cocktails are and we’ve all been in love with her concoctions for quite some time. With the opening of Cocktail Bar, not only do you get to soak up her classic & modern libations, but you also get a taste of Agg’s design sense, which we absolutely [...]
By Christina Gonzales | Published: September 1, 2011
The women behind Brockton General have such a passion for what they are doing and our visit there was evidence of that.
By Chuck Ortiz | Published: August 25, 2011
At first glance, you probably thought these photos were taken at some food stand somewhere in Asia right? Well actually, they were taken at the recent T&T Night Market by Toronto’s waterfront. If you’re not familiar with the market, its an annual showcase of various ethnic street foods and although they try to be as [...]