Bacchanal, which implies wild revelry, is actually in a cozy and quiet residential spot.
It’s not every day that an 8000 square-foot food hub opens in Toronto’s west end.
Nuit and Jeff Regular’s latest venture has quickly become a downtown dining destination just two months into its soft opening.
Chef Barry’s newest restaurant serves bistro classics alongside more luxurious dishes in a charmingly petite space.
For their latest restaurant, the owners of Campagnolo look west, finding inspiration in L.A.
With Planta, Yorkville’s stylish new plant-based eatery, Toronto has joined the vegan fine dining movement.
Enter Grey Gardens, a Kensington Market oasis of subtly Asian-influenced food and enchanting décor.
Olsen has succeeded in creating a place where diners “are having too much fun and don’t want to leave.”
You won’t find “rustic” wooden tables or focaccia-filled bread baskets here.