Overdue adventures at the T&T Nightmarket Part Deux! Continue Reading
Part 1 of my adventures at the 2011 T&T Waterfront Nightmarket in Toronto! Continue Reading
As quickly as I am to tell the world I’ve sworn off red meat, I get a fabulous deal from TeamBuy: $22 worth of food for $10 at Lou Dawg’s Southern Sandwiches. I mean, how can I say no to brisket and pulled pork? I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t slightly drooling at just the thought…I mean when can vegetables ever be that mouth watering? Seriously? Here’s my restaurant review of Toronto’s Lou Dawg’s Southern Sandwiches. Continue Reading
The last couple of days I’ve been working at the Beer Festival in Toronto. It’s an annual event that occurs during the summer, which maximizes the outdoor venue (currently Bandshell Park in the CNE grounds), the hot days met with a refreshing glass of beer- and the scantily clad promo girls (and guys). I’ve literally seen it all- from people in the demographic range of 19-65, letting loose on these hot summer days with their unlimited beer, going tent-to-tent, fillin’er’up with almost any recognizable beer you can imagine (over 120 vendors)! Continue Reading
Keeping up with the social media times, I’ve officially started a Facebook page to make sure followers are updated with the new posts that are up on the site! “Like” us on Facebook and be regularly updated with blog posts… Continue Reading
After spending 24 hours in transit, traveling to 4 countries in 2 days, lots of security and customs agents plus one missed flight we finally arrived home. Continue Reading
Have you ever heard of a band called Wilco?
Well there’s a superfan in Toronto who created a Wilco-themed cafe/sandwich bar in the Korean Village in Toronto just east of Christie and Bloor called the Sky Blue Sky Sandwich Company. Continue Reading
After a long day of shopping at the Eaton Centre, BB and I found ourselves on a strip of Yonge Street craving something sweet and delicious. Our options were limited- so we opted for Wanda’s Belgian Waffles.
Simon Sushi has great ambiance and the aforementioned Simon is a character himself. You’re greeted with a high spirited “AH HELLO!” and equally departed with a happy “THANK YOU GOODBYE!!” shouted from the back corridors of the restaurant. My friend, short on change had to go to the bank to withdraw some cash. That’s when I noticed Simon doesn’t really know who’s coming or going- the bell on the door just signals to him what’s going on, even if he’s somewhere else in the kitchen, he’ll yell salutations to you regardless of his locale. On the take out menu he stands behind an authentic Japanese pagoda, one sushi tray in hand while he smiles and gives us the thumbs up. Continue Reading