Janet Zuccarini first wrote headlines with her Trattoria Nervosa, which brought the original kale salad into Toronto’s consciousness.
The man from Naples is the definition of dapper, exuding confidence and cool from morning till eve. But how is a Canadian man to achieve such style? This is where Leone Napoli comes in.
We spoke to some of Canada’s most exciting fashion designers about what they’re wearing while self-isolating, and their tips and tricks to maintaining a sense of normalcy amidst the chaos.
Straddling the line between tradition and innovation, this kaiseki experience is a far cry from your typical omakase meal.
Goodee arrived as an answer to the question: What needs to exist?
Eataly is hard to miss. Sitting at the intersection of Bay and Bloor Streets in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood, the chain is the centerpiece of the freshly renovated Manulife Centre.
Since the early days of her career as a fashion designer, MacMillan has always been interested in offering inclusive sizing to her customers.
What does your choice of fragrance say about the tea you like to drink? According to Hoda Paripoush, founder of Sloane Fine Tea Merchants and scent expert, quite a lot. As a tea sommelier she has rounded up the best teas to pair with the best luxury perfumes.
Taking a step into ēst, you notice a sense of calm unusual in bustling Toronto. Once you’re seated, dishes appear tableside, as if they have been plucked directly from a Canadian forest.
It’s the time of year when bleary-eyed film fanatics form endless queues, celeb-spotters plant themselves in festival territory, party keeners pour themselves into cocktail attire, and everyone grumbles about the traffic. We’ve sussed out some places for all types, and yes, there’s plenty of champagne.
Newfoundland and Labrador’s Bonavista Biennale, begins today and sees Canadian, and international artists take over the Bonavista Peninsula with large-scale public displays for an entire month.
Chotto Matte (which means “wait a minute” in Japanese) is a sprawling new restaurant marrying Japanese and Peruvian fare, that’s just opened in the heart of downtown Toronto.
Shook Kitchen is Hanif Harji’s dive into the Middle East, with Israeli cuisine viewed through a strictly vegetarian lens.
The aesthetic is certainly minimal, but more than that: at the very core is a method of creation that does not use a single stitch or drop of glue.