Table Talk: Joanne Kates reviews Montecito, where good design doesn’t necessarily mean a great menu

Food at Ivan Reitman’s resto no laughing matter

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First Look: Nodo, Nona’s kitchen with a dash of posh, comes to Dundas West

The resto lovechild of high school chums Vito Tomasicchio, Gianmarco DeZorzi and Charlie Giordano, Nodo is a manifestation of their combined years in the restaurant industry, a shared passion for the immersive Italian dining experience, and the stars aligning just long enough to snag their sweet storefront in the meaty Dundas West strip.

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Weekly Restaurant Recap: Pan-Asian cuisine hits Toronto’s scene running, fresh new meat for Queen West and more

Post City’s Weekly Restaurant Recap rounds up the week’s Toronto restaurant news. In this edition: new meat on Queen West, Korean Cowboy comes to Yonge, and bold new ways of envisioning pizza.

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Tony Aspler’s Weekly Wine Pick: Famiglia Bianchi 2013, an oak-infused, floral, and strikingly fresh chardonnay

Tony Aspler continues his look at the best chardonnays available in Ontario, with today’s pick: the 2013 Famiglia Bianchi.

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First Look: “Old-school reverence” and a homemade feel set the vibe at Sea Witch

For Kevin Kowalcyk and Jacki Strahl, the husband and wife team behind Sea Witch, good seafood is a labour of love.

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First Draught: Chimay White, a golden, citrus-flavoured tripel, gets a new label

Chimay’s tripel is a great example of how some of the best beers, often at great prices, are steady regulars that don’t get press releases or media tastings.

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Drink This: Marben’s Inca Trail, a taste of paradise marking summer’s end

Mixologist Casey Ryan has designed an innovative cocktail list that draws the after work crowd: the Inca Trail, appealing to the tiki revival

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The Peoples Republic of Chinatown: Can Peoples Eatery work in a risky neighbourhood for a hip new resto?

Peoples Eatery opened this spring on Spadina, just north of Dundas, an area that has not been friendly to au courant new restaurants.

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Toronto’s Best Sandwiches: Getting a slice of fall comfort food at Cut the Cheese

It goes without saying that Cut The Cheese is all about the cheese. This relatively new Junction take-out spot has put the city's other finest grilled cheese purveyors — The Grilled Cheese and Cheesewerks — to the test.

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Weekly Restaurant Recap: Crepes for a good cause, ACME Burger hits the road, charcuterie on Queen and more

Post City’s Weekly Restaurant Recap rounds up the week’s Toronto restaurant news. In this edition: Remy’s in Yorkville is reborn as Montage Yorkville, crepes come to Yonge, and Queen Street West gets another taste of charcuterie.

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