Five local spots excelling in ambiance, quality, and craft.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Most of us, at some point, have tried our hand at the holiday activity of gingerbread house–making, but only few have achieved the level of success of an award-winning gingerbread architect.
The Magnolia Hotel’s new restaurant evokes the elegance of Parisian hotels with all the comforts of a French bistro.
Explore the richness of Canada’s coffee culture.
The iconic hotel unveils a $60-million makeover.
These restaurants across Canada are offering more imaginative visions of the mid-morning meal.
Blomer believes that poetry has the potential to change people’s views of the world, making them take a step back and assess the affects of their choices big or small.
As winter’s early dusk inevitably hits, stroll the inner harbour alongside the Parliament Buildings, strung tall with twinkling white lights. Loop back to the Bay Centre for some shopping, perhaps, but cap off the night with a ride on the brightly-lit Holiday Ferris Wheel, swirling in Centennial Square.
First ubiquitous in brewing, then obsolete, barrels are once again on the leading edge of the craft beer movement. Until the mid-20th century, all beer was stored and transported in barrels—usually made of oak because of its sturdiness and waterproof quality.