Temperatures are high, and come the weekend, Torontonians are keen to become country dwellers. But this doesn’t mean that palates have to suffer. Herewith are two amazing food experiences to check out while you’re on the road.
Lbs. is looking to democratize lobster to the masses while maintaining a high-end dining experience.
Last year’s Toronto Vegan Food and Drink fest first intro’d locals to the resto, and since day one, the narrow space has been packed. Outside, hordes of cool kids in vegan (and real) leather jackets lounge, waiting for the two-hour queue to dissipate.
Kensington Market staple The Dirty Bird has opened a new outpost. The new location at Bloor and Bathurst can seat 29, which is nearly double the size of their previous spot.
Thick-cut bread doused in ice cream and strawberry sauce at Petit Potato.
Restaurant Update: Brandon Olsen’s new chocolate shop opens, and chef Ben Heaton heads up La Société
It’s cottage season, but there’s lots of new stuff to explore in the city if you’re stuck here.
Green pea pods (also known as English, garden or sweet peas) are technically fruits, while the peas themselves are seeds that fall in the legume category. Ontario green pea season is short: it starts in June and only goes through July. If we’re lucky, it may trickle into August.
Chef/owner Roberto Marotta is excited to share the flavours of his native Sicily with Torontonians.
The King of Dupont, Mr. Anthony Rose, has done it again.
Do you love seafood? Then I have some bad news for you. The Captain’s Boil — a new seafood restaurant that piles copious amounts of seafood into plastic bags, drowns it in sauce and drops it on your table — is expanding rapidly in Toronto.