The first Canadian Goop MRKT pop-up has opened in Toronto inside Yorkville’s Hazelton Hotel.
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 Royal Ontario Museum’s upcoming exhibition, opening June 1st, is a celebration of one of the most significant periods in art history: the Dutch Golden Age.
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.
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.
The NBA and the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation have created a space for both casual fans and diehard hoop heads.
A pop-up dining experience including geodesic domes and a kaleidoscopic light show lands in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and San Diego.
The Drake Hotel is considered by most Torontonians to be iconic, and it is successful because it hasn’t strayed from its core mission.
From a teen tagging on the streets of Toronto to an applauded street artist doing lucrative commissions, birdO, a.k.a. Jerry Rugg, is best known for his large-scale murals of fabulous beasts.