Canada is spoiled for choice when it comes to homegrown spirits. Herewith, five of the best tipples—to gift, or to get.
If, as Anthony Bourdain once said, the professional kitchen is a place where some people find a new family, Heat Laliberte found his in One Arrow, his Vancouver meat shop known for artisanal bacon.
Whether you’re in Canmore for the unmissable alpine façades or bustling restaurant scene, these eateries offer rugged flavours, smoky accents, and experiential presentations with well-known Rocky Mountain hospitality and rustic elegance.
Whether tippling for pleasure or for entertainment, here are five not-so-secret not-quite-hidden bars. You just need to know where to look.
The combination of art, architecture, and wine—white, red, and the rosé for which Provence is famous— is what makes Château La Coste different.
Located a four-hour drive northeast of Montreal, Charlevoix’s burgeoning food scene is the key to discovering the essence of this charming riverside region. Here are the four must-visit stops along the Flavour Trail, a network of over 40 farmers, producers, and chefs.
Seigo Nakamura, of Aburi Restaurants, revolutionized the sushi scene in Canada with the introduction of flame-seared aburi sushi. His accolades include Miku, Gyoza bar, Minami, and the newly opened sushi-conveyor belt concept Tora in Toronto.
In a city full of bakeries and options for sweet-toothers, we have narrowed it down to four places for a sugar hit.
Fair trade coffee, freshly shucked oysters, and champagne-by-the-glass (or bottle) come together in a charming pink-hued and gold-accented café, with a hidden secret behind its walls.