One of Toronto’s most exciting new Chinese food restaurants is now open in Yorkville and we’ve got the scoop on the best dishes

Mimi Chinese opens today (Oct. 21) at 265 Davenport Rd in Toronto’s vibrant Yorkville neighbourhood. Mimi Chinese brings a high end service style while still embodying the fun and playful energy we all know and love from sister restaurant, Sunny’s Chinese. The atmosphere at Mimi’s features dimly-lit nooks flaunting deep shades of red. With its plush

7 of the best events to check out in Toronto this weekend

As is usually the case, there’s a whole lot happening in Toronto over the weekend. There’s no denying that no matter the season, the city is awash with worthwhile events year round. From film to food to an 80s-themed dance party, here are some of the best things to do in Toronto this weekend. Browse

Here are 7 of the best Halloween costume stores in Toronto

From period pieces to pop culture replicas and more — Toronto has the largest selection of frightfully cool Halloween costumes that will have you celebrating this spooky season in style. Here are seven of the best Halloween costume stores in Toronto. Spirit Halloween (415 King St W/various locations)   View this post on Instagram  

Jeanne Beker on the best sustainable leather jackets for fall

One of Canada’s most trusted authorities on style and fashion, Jeanne Beker has covered the industry for more than 30 years. Now watch her in her current style editor role on TSC’s Style Matters with Jeanne Beker or tune into her new podcast Beyond Style Matters, available wherever you get your podcasts.   Whether you’re

7 best candy shops in Toronto for Halloween-worthy treats

Halloween is probably the only time that adults can get away with acting like kids in candy stores. Seriously, who could stand still among colorful displays of sweet-and-sour treats, sugar-coated jellies, and artful rows of chocolate truffles? Here are seven of the best candy shops in Toronto where you could indulge your sweet tooth. Squish

Where to find the best pumpkin pie in Toronto

Along with cozy sweaters, cooler nights, and Halloween costumes, October is also pumpkin season (and we’re not just talking about pumpkin spice lattes). This weekend, friends and family will be sitting together over a delicious turkey dinner, and for those who still have room for dessert, this will likely include some pumpkin pie. Toronto is

These are some of the best places to go in Toronto when the leaves turn colours this fall

Whether you’re the kind of person who thinks fall is the greatest season of the year or the kind who shuts yourself inside the minute the temperature drops below 20 degrees, it’s undeniable – fall in Canada is pretty beautiful. And while there might not be quite as many forests in Toronto as there are

These are the 8 best things to do in Toronto this weekend

Fall may be upon us and the days may be getting (sadly) ever shorter, but that’s no reason to start hibernating just yet. Instead, make some time to say hello to a new season and take advantage of the many events happening in the city. From art and culture to craft beer, here are some

The 5 best places to celebrate Oktoberfest in Ontario this year

Toronto’s Oktoberfest has been cancelled for the second consecutive year, as has the original Oktoberfest that happens in Munich, Germany every year. But that doesn’t mean there’s nowhere to go if you want to take part in the boozy festivities in Ontario. Whether you know why you’re celebrating or not (we believe the origins of

Café Boulud and Chef Daniel Boulud welcome a new head chef to one of Toronto’s best French restaurants

One of Toronto’s best French restaurants, Café Boulud, has appointed a new Chef de Cuisine. The announcement was made yesterday (Sept. 15) during a special media event, in which Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, Café Boulud, and champagne house Ruinart toasted the return of Chef Daniel Boulud, who has been absent from Toronto since 2019 due

These are some of the best new retail stores that opened this year in Toronto

The retail industry certainly took a hit from the pandemic, but that didn’t stop these new stores from opening during the past year – to great success! From a spacious Queen West plant shop to luxury Italian linens to a top-rated sneaker brand, check out the best and newest that Toronto has to offer. BEST

The best BBQ in Toronto

Whether you’re craving a saucy rack of ribs, smoked chicken that’s been slow cooking for hours or perfectly charred sausages, having these meals prepared via BBQ makes all the difference. Toronto is home to many mouth-watering BBQ joints that specialize in bringing these fresh-off-the-grill flavours straight to your plate. Paired with a creamy potato salad,