Smoque ’n’ Bones is opening a cocktail bar called Kohl; Patchmon is selling Thai desserts in Bloor West Village; Booyah has opened on Vaughn; and the fourth Cibo Wine Bar is going into the old Centro space.
The space that was Vita Sociale (and Centro before that) will be converted into the fourth location of Cibo Wine Bar by June 2015.
Eigensinn wild leek and maple syrup festival returns with stellar culinary cast of chefs and producers
Stadtlander's annual event is part a celebration of spring and part a chance to bring some of his chef friends from various corners of Ontario from Niagara to Stratford.
Hill 145 Golden Ale is the most recent addition to the lineup at Niagara's Silversmith Brewing
Old School opens, Yorkville gets a Paramount and Kasa Moto close to opening
Annette Food Market is focused on featuring the food that Max grew up with. Mama hails from Rome and his father is from Sicily. The menu is divvied up into food groups – salad, vegetable, pizza, pasta, meat and cheese, fish and dessert – an ode to the storied grocer that used to bear the same name. It’s meant to incite diners to shy away from traditional Italian coursing – to pick and choose from smaller sharing plates.
In contrast to the main Pommies label, the new Farmhouse cider tart and quite dry. The aroma has apple peel and deep cooked applesauce notes.
Paramount Fine Foods has opened their 15th location in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood.
Mayor John Tory brought six GTA food trucks to Nathan Phillip's square today for his #foodtruckfreedom rally. Mayor Tory was joined by a number of councillors to celebrate recent bylaw changes.
The former Hudson Kitchen space on Dundas West has new owners in chefs Brad Moore and Ian Kapitan, and later this week will re-open as a casual diner and takeout joint called Old School.