Possibly confirming rumours that have been swirling around the Toronto foodie scene for months, Mario Batali, writer, chef, and co-owner of the Eataly chain of Italian-themed food markets, appears set to announce a local arrival for the franchise.
The first thing Sicilians will tell you is that they are not Italian. And the inhabitants of the Etna region, surrounding Europe’s largest and most active volcano, will impress upon you that they are ‘an island within an island.’
Held in the vast expanse that is the Ex’s Direct Energy Centre, the show runs until Sunday eve and aims to be everything the T.O. foodie has ever dreamed of.
Post City’s Weekly Restaurant Recap rounds up the week’s Toronto restaurant news. In this edition: Buca hits the coast with its third location, Carl's Jr is coming to Queen St. West and more.
I Went to Philly’s The Works lives up to its name, piled high with provolone, onions, mushrooms, green peppers and a special ingredient — Cheez Whiz.
By choosing Mikkeller, Denmark’s second-best-known brewery, for their current feature, the LCBO seems to have earned a tentative thumbs-up from Ontario’s beer geek community.
Will the city’s foodie faithful finally get a look at what’s going on at 785 Queen Street West this weekend?
The just-opened space seats 120 and focuses on both curries and tandoori dishes from India’s north.
Rodney’s Oyster House’s long-time soup maestro shares one of her most popular recipes with us.
Weekly Restaurant Recap: Free beer and tacos at Pape and Danforth, fresh bread for The Queensway, seafood and more
Post City’s Weekly Restaurant Recap rounds up the week’s Toronto restaurant news. In this edition: Fresh Off the Boat moors at Queen West, Stoney’s Bread Company comes to Etobicoke, and more.