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New Etobicoke steakhouse named for Harry Barberian

The upscale restaurant will open on Bloor Street West in the next couple of weeks.
August 03, 2018

A love story that sparked at Dusk Dances

How T.O.’s summer dance festival kicked off a romance between Michael Caldwell and Louis Laberge-Côté
August 03, 2018

Grant van Gameren's new wood-fired Mexican restaurant opens this week

Quetzal features authentic cuisine with a local twist at College and Bathurst.
August 03, 2018

25 ways to explore downtown Toronto this summer

A guide to all the best spots and events in the city, from Riverdale's newest dining sensation to Trinity Bellwoods' funkiest shop.
August 02, 2018

Development plan for Capitol Theatre raises red flags

A 22-storey condo was proposed days after the developer's bid on the Green P lot next door went to city council for approval.
August 01, 2018

Restaurant roundup: hot new openings for August

A hip hop–themed eatery moves in on College and an ice cream shop in a shipping container pops up on Queen East.
August 01, 2018

Jen Agg on the end of the Black Hoof

As her corner-turning restaurant prepares to close its doors for good, the famed restaurateur dishes on days gone by and her next big thing on Queen West.
August 01, 2018

Home of the week: A Forest Hill mansion designed by one of Toronto's top architects

Richard Wengle, a household name in this tony enclave, designed the luxurious 6,000-square-foot home at 21 Burton Rd.
July 31, 2018

First Look: Beauty Barbecue opens in North York

O&B's BBQ joint serves up smokey and delicious meats, alcoholic drinks and frozen desserts in a super casual setting.
July 31, 2018

Bayview Village's new Italian eatery: Parcheggio

A look inside the aptly-named Parcheggio (Italian for parking lot), where the homemade pasta is fresh and the negronis are flowing in the shopping centre’s south parking lot.
July 31, 2018

Locals oppose 'horrendous' redesign of Regal Heights intersection

The city moved quickly on the safety side of the ledger, installing white plastic bollards and splashing down white paint. As a result, community activist Dave Meslin is knee-deep in neighbourhood complaints.
July 30, 2018

Midtown skyscraper designed to minimize shadows

Plans for 16-sided tower at Yonge and St. Clair, by the architecture firm Studio Gang, aims to reduce shadows on the surrounding neighbourhood.
July 30, 2018

Seth Rogen selfie hints at TTC partnership

Could the Canadian comic be the new voice of Toronto's public transit system?
July 30, 2018

SoSo Food Club is a hot pink paradise

SoSo Food Club has joined the ranks of high quality and trendy eateries at the corner of Dundas and Ossington
July 26, 2018

First Look: Petty Cash opens at King and Portland

The chefs behind Baro and Home of the Brave have taken over the former home of SpiritHouse and have transformed it into a laid-back bar.
July 26, 2018

Toronto wants to decriminalize all drugs

The opioid crisis killed more than 300 people in the city in 2017, and it’s getting worse. Toronto’s medical officer of health is advocating for a controversial public health–based approach that includes decriminalization to solve the emergency.
July 24, 2018

Iconic grunge band L7 returns to Toronto

After more than a decade of silence, the all-female raging inferno of rock will bring their revival tour to the Danforth Music Hall July 25.
July 24, 2018

Carter's Joanne Boland on how she met her husband

Actors Joanne Boland and Dylan Trowbridge dish on their whirlwind romance
July 24, 2018

Jane Lockhart on her path to design success

Renowned interior designer Jane Lockhart on her path from Branksome Hall to the small screen
July 24, 2018

Three picnic baskets perfect for an afternoon at the park

Let someone else put together a gourmet lunch for your relaxing day outdoors
July 17, 2018