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  • Inspired by the café scenes in London and Paris, Café Plenty is a slice of Europe in the heart of Toronto. Owner Melissa Patterson’s charming spot aims to satiate lunchgoers’ craving for good, honest food, tempting the hungered with freshly made salads, tartes, galettes and sandwiches.

  • Epoch Bar & Kitchen is a polished restaurant set on the lobby level of the Ritz-Carlton, Toronto. The restaurant sees the hotel’s former DEQ Terrace & Lounge space revamped with an elegant design and a fresh menu focused on high-end gastrobar fare. With its classic aesthetic and approachable, seasonally-driven menu, Epoch aims to evoke an

  • At King Rustic Kitchen and Bar, they pride themselves on being a laid-back and local spot where you can enjoy a good bite and a relaxing evening. This place feels like a neighbourhood eatery among the more industrial and corporate restaurants that are scattered along King West. The menu here is a mix of modern

  • Mabel’s Bakery specializes in baked goods, prepared foods, ready meals and artisan breads and cheeses. They use high-quality ingredients, choosing local or organic options whenever possible, shunning preservatives or artificial flavouring. They have four locations to serve you, at Roncesvalles, St. Clair West, The Junction and Queen Street West.    

  • With four locations of Mabel’s Bakery & Specialty Foods across the city, Toronto has no shortage of sweet bakeshops to help you spend the weekends the proper way—surrounded by a pile of sweets. Each location has become a favourite due to Mabel’s use of local and organic ingredients. All meals, salads, and snacks served here

  • One of the oldest watering holes in the city, dating back to 1833 or 1838 (depending on whom you ask), the Black Bull has watched Queen Street grow up around it. Nowadays, its patio remains one the best places in the city to have a few beers and people watch on a summer day. The

  • Whether overtly or just secretly, Torontonians are buzzing with excitement for The Cheesecake Factory’s Canadian debut at Yorkdale Mall on November 21, 2017.