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Celebrating 25 Years of Beretta Farm’s Good Food Journey

When I first received my invitation to this event, I honed in on two things: there would be an abundance of farm-to-table goodness & the suggested attire was “country chic.” I’m the girl who lined up an hour and a [...]

August 10, 2017 Event, Toronto

Summer’s Ice Cream: Fresh, Homemade Ice Cream Since 1984

Summer’s Ice Cream Shop in Yorkville invited me to try their ice cream the other week and since I consider ice cream a major food group, I obviously obliged! Summer’s Store front Summer’s is a family-owned ice cream shop that’s [...]

August 8, 2017 Dessert, Toronto

The Captain’s Boil Pirate Party: Celebrating the Launch of the Lobster Rolls & Lobster Bisque

The Captain’s Boil held a pirate-themed party on Toronto’s Tall Ship Kajima to celebrate the launch of their new Lobster Roll and Lobster Bisque. The ship was docked at downtown Harbourfront and attracted a lot of attention with its pirate [...]

July 14, 2017 Promotion, Seafood, Toronto

Air Canada Rouge: Toronto to Orlando

Off to our next destination – Orlando. From Vancouver, we made a stop in Toronto (YYZ) and then got on a connecting flight to Orlando (MCO). Air Canada doesn’t offer direct flights, so this was the only option at a [...]

June 6, 2016 Airplane Meals, Orlando, Toronto

Le Petit Dejeuner: Breakfast Time

Le Petit Dejeuner is located near St Lawrence Market and I came here for breakfast with 2 of my friends during a quick layover in Toronto. It was Saturday and there was already a line up at 9:30am. They are [...]

June 5, 2016 Brunch, Cafe, St Lawrence Market/Old Town, Three Beakers

Carousel Bakery: Peameal Bacon at St Lawrence Market

Making a quick stop in Downtown Toronto during our long layover, we got off Union Station from the UP Express Train and then walked over to St. Lawrence Market. Carousel Bakery is known as the home of the award-winning “World [...]

June 4, 2016 lunch, Sandwich, St Lawrence Market/Old Town

UP Express: Pearson International Airport to Union Station

What is the best way to get to Downtown Toronto from Pearson International Airport? If you have a group of 4, it’s easier to take a bus, Taxi or Uber. If it’s just you and a friend, the new UP [...]

June 2, 2016 Toronto, travel

Air Canada: Vancouver to Toronto Red Eye

Air Canada Flight 1172 from Vancouver (YVR) to Toronto (YYZ) departs from YVR International Airport at 12:25am and arrives at 7:55am at Pearson international Airport. Total time of about 4 hours and 30 minutes. As this is a domestic flight [...]

June 1, 2016 Airplane Meals, British Columbia, Toronto, travel

Buca Osteria & Enoteca: Pasta, Pizza and Pig Ears

After touching down in Toronto, Flo and I went to Buca on King Street for dinner. It’s been a few years since I’ve been here but I will remember they had some pretty damn good Italian food. They have 2 [...]

November 7, 2014 Italian, King West, pizza, Three Beakers

Lee: Private Dining Experience

Lee offers private dining experiences for group of 10 – 30 people. It’s a cozy space for special occasions for friends and family…or even an office party. I was here for my friend’s rehearsal dinner for her wedding and gathered in [...]

November 5, 2014 Chinese, King West, Thai, Three Beakers

Le Neuf Cafe: Brunch in Toronto

Le Neuf Cafe is located near Spadina and King by Clarence Square Dog Park. This cafe is cute because it’s located among a row of cozy town houses. The cafe is founded and staffed by lifelong Parisians, so you may [...]

November 4, 2014 Brunch, Cafe, Four Beakers, French, Toronto

Caplansky’s Delicatessen at Pearson International Airport in Toronto

Caplansky’s Delicatessen has been pitched on Dragons Den in 2011 to expand his business by opening food trucks, but was unsuccessful. He went on again to pitch a second time, but still unsuccessful due to their evaluation. When I was in [...]

November 3, 2014 Deli, Late Night, Three Beakers, Toronto

Sassafraz: Lunch in Yorkville

Sassafraz is located right in Yorkville and the serve up French inspired Canadian cuisine. I came here for lunch with Flo when I was visiting Toronto for a few days. We thought it would be a great place to catch [...]

September 10, 2014 Canadian, lunch, Three Beakers, Yorkville

Balzacs Coffee Roasters: Featured on Dragons Den

While in Toronto, Balzacs Coffee Roasters caught my eye when walking around Yorkville. They were on Dragons Den looking for funding to expand their shop into 2 Downtown Toronto. They got their deal with Bruce Croxon and Arlene Dickinson. This location [...]

August 28, 2014 Cafe, European, Three Beakers, Yorkville

Chipotle Mexican Grill: Toronto

No matter where I go in the world, there’s always time to stop at a Chipotle for a quick meal. There are currently only 4 locations in Toronto and the one I went to was just right near Eaton’s Centre. [...]

August 25, 2014 Downtown/Ryerson University, Fast Food, Kid Friendly, lunch, Mexican, Three Beakers

Banh Mi Boys: Asian Fusion Sandwiches in Toronto

Banh Mi Boys is located on Younge Street close to Ryerson University and a few blocks away from Eaton Centre. They also have another location on Queen Street West. As this was right across from my hotel, I had to come [...]

August 21, 2014 Chinese, Downtown/Ryerson University, Korean, Sandwich, Three Beakers, Vietnamese

Cora: Early Morning Breakfast in Toronto

When travelling, sometimes its hard to get your daily fill of veggies or fruit because all the places I want to go have lots of meat and carbs. We were heading off to a Niagara Falls tour and we needed [...]

August 20, 2014 Brunch, Canadian, Downtown/Ryerson University, Kid Friendly, Three Beakers

Holy Chuck: Best Burger in Toronto

During my visit to Toronto, there was one place I was dying to try out – Holy Chuck Burgers. I tried going on my trip to Toronto earlier in the year but it was closed due to the long weekend. [...]

August 17, 2014 American, Four Beakers, Kid Friendly, Midtown