In Lebanese culture, food is about bringing people together. Amal offers a range of sharable dishes, such as freshly prepared grape leaves with just the right amount of tang, nourishing fattoush salad, and dips such as hummus and garlic labneh.
It’s a summer evening; beauty sweeps across the sky. The waterfront breeze whispers past us on a stylish, palm-lined patio.
Three new hotels to check out next time you’re in and around Toronto.
Nature and luxury meet at 1 Hotel’s latest retreat and first Canadian address located in the heart of Toronto. The 112-room property boasts a biophilic design, with in-room houseplants and sustainably sourced wood furnishings courtesy of designer and architect David Rockwell.
After over a year of being cooped up for what feels like a lifetime, Torontonians are finally able hit their favourite patios in the city. We have done the guesswork for you and curated a list of must-visit patios to check out this summer.
Pop-up bakeries have been springing up across Toronto since the early days of COVID, but most of these innovative lockdown-era businesses are run by professional bakers and restaurateurs with big post-pandemic plans.
The festival forms a visual narrative surrounding cultural, social, and contemporary political events through carefully curated lens-based installations.
Until last year, By The Namesake was an e-commerce custom-leather-jacket brand. When the company planted concrete roots in Toronto, it not only expanded its offering but also caught the attention of locals.
Nadia Belerique creates contemporary installations with a photographic eye, building scenes with mixed materials.