Meet Your Next Brunch Spot: Carbon Bar on Queen East

As an iconic Canadian must, every brunch must begin with a caesar — it just tastes better that way! Carbon Bar, the spot on Queen East iconically known for their southern-style BBQ takes a whole unique approach on brunch food and drink-wise, spiking caesars with your choice of tequila, gin or vodka, then adorning it…

Discovering Day 1 of SIAL Canada, at the EU Pavillion!

SIAL Canada had their 14th edition earlier this month, on May 2-4. As a part of Canada’s 150th anniversary, the show will make a particular focus on Canadian innovation and multiculturalism. The largest trade show to learn and discover the latest finds across products, equipment and technology focused all around food innovation. The European Union is amongst the many…

Through Food & Art — Exploring Georgia O’Keeffe, FRANK at the AGO

The destination to be inspired isn’t succinct within the galleries of the Art Gallery of Ontario. AGO’s restaurant, FRANK celebrates Georgia O’Keeffe’s exhibit with a menu inspired by her range of works through her life, drawing inspiration from Canada to her final destination, New Mexico. FRANK’s menu draws a similar style, focusing on local and seasonal…

All is fair with Fairouz, Ottawa

♫ “halloumi, loves hal–louv‘-you”, a song from my heart as I had a squeaky bite of the combination of halloumi and tart preserved cranberries. READ MORE: What else we ate, saw and loved in Ottawa I felt absolutely spoilt by our dishes at Fairouz, this wasn’t fair. As our first evening in Ottawa, on a rainy Friday night with…