Last weekend's move to Daylight Savings time has most people happy about the warm of Spring time. But for some this means the number of ski days… Read more "Eating through Quebec City Series"
LOV has been open for about one year and is a popular spot for weekend meet ups with friends. A nominee for one of Canada’s Best New…… Read more “Brunching in Montreal Part Deux – LOV”
Montreal’s downtown Crescent St. is where you’ll find a tasty concentration of fine restaurant and bars. Places like the Winston Churchill Pub and Thursday’s were my main…… Read more “Latin for Lunch – Montreal’s L’Atelier D’Argentine”
Montreal has a rich breakfast culture and many trendy brunch spots popping up. Having spent quite a bit of time in the city this year, I’ve developed… Read more "Brunching in Montreal"
Bonjour friends! It’s been some time since my last post, Christmas to be exact. After a six month blogging sabbatical it’s time to get back into the…… Read more “Back from the sabbatical”
Colette Grand Cafe is in the exclusive Thompson Hotel at Bathurst and Wellington St. W. By day this area of Wellington St. is relaxed with limited traffic… Read more "It’s always sunny at Colette Grand Cafe"
This Sunday, July 17 is National Ice Cream Day. The day you can legitimately eat as much ice cream as you want. I think 2016 can best… Read more "Celebrate Ice Cream day with these Toronto cones"
Well, it’s time to scream for ice cream and here’s my rundown on the best places in Toronto to get your summer fix. Opened just before last…… Read more “Time to Scream for Ice Cream”
Being in Montreal for the holidays is always an occasion to discover a fresh place to eat. This year I was introduced to Wienstein and Gavino’s. A…… Read more “Montreal’s Wienstein and Gavino’s”
Coffee is the elixir that keeps Toronto buzzing, and with more skilled roasters, expert baristas and coffee aficionados all over the city, the Big Smoke’s coffee scene…… Read more “Roasting on Roncy at the Reunion Island Coffee Bar”