For many people, thinking about the distant history of wine evokes images of monks labouring in the vineyards and cellars of their monasteries.
Steinbeisser—an Amsterdam-based “experimental gastronomy” brand that prioritizes the use of recycled non-plastic materials such as stone, wood, and metal—has brought together over 40 artists and craftspeople for its jouw… initiative.
The new talk of the town is the much-anticipated JW Marriott Edmonton, which opened its doors in August.
Saskatoon’s culinary scene offers unexpected, innovative, and delicious dishes that just might knock your mukluks off this winter.
Twenty years ago, the name Pourcel was front-row centre on every foodie’s top-chef list. There was not one but two Pourcels, brothers Jacques and Laurent, both chefs and identical twins at that.
A Rome-based firm, created the three-storey restaurant to reflect both the tiled styling of the branches of VyTA in Italy, as well as the kitsch that defined Covent Garden in the ’60s and ’70s.
Vogue Café, a restaurant run by media giant Condé Nast, offers chic decor and exquisitely plated dishes, appealing to guests who wish to step straight into the pages of a luxury magazine.
The disappearance of Le Clos Jordanne wines was greeted with dismay at the time, as they were considered some of Canada’s best.
With a population of just 200 and no working train station, Garzón certainly isn’t the kind of place you’d expect to find a restaurant launched by one of the world’s most famous chefs. Yet, there I was, about to have dinner with Francis Mallmann of Chef’s Table fame at Restaurante Garzón.