Stepping into a Metro Master Class @ Taste of Toronto

Before you enter Taste of Toronto, you must first brace yourself with a hungry appetite to dig into a haven of food and drinks galore. Taste of Toronto is among the top opportunities of the year to grab your favourite food-loving friends and leap across the greenery of Fort York to explore the range of offered free activities,…

For an Elevated Thai Experience, go ‘Kiin’

From owners of Toronto’s most beloved Pai, Chef Nuit & Jeff Regular have unveiled their newest addition to their line of Thai restaurants: Kiin. In Thai, ‘Kiin’ means eat! And eat, I will. Except for the unique fresh-flown produce from Thailand, you will not find any dishes similar to Pai. Instead, Kiin’s menu revolves around Royal…

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…

Exploring Ottawa: A weekend of JUNO festivities with Metro

Taking the time to get to know a new city, I’m all about that! Metro reached out for my interest in attending the JUNO Awards with them earlier this month, and I had to say yes. Just between Toronto and my favourite city, Montreal, I’ve found plenty of reasons to make a stop over to…

On Fridays, go for Maman à Table

I’m squeezing every ounce that the summer warmth has left for me. Last Friday, I made a visit to Maman for their $20 lunch prix fixe menu. The prix fixe is a new service offering available year around every Friday between 11:30am to 2pm, called “Maman à Table”. For the Summer and Spring, the table service…

It’s a Create-Your-Own-Adventure Book with 3 Brewers’ Custom Casks

With an Amber in hand at 3 Brewers is where you’re bound to find me on a Friday night. With their ever-rotating feature beers, consistent house-made traditional craft beers and crisp maxi fries, there’s no other place I would rather be. Their beers are approachable and surprises are always to come with the featured neighbourhood beers…

Late Nights Spent with Nana Toronto

When you ask around for the best Thai in Toronto, Khao San Road would echo in every conversation. But I was skeptical. My high school years was made up of visits to our local dive Thai & Laos place Phounguen for the four must: larb, lao green papaya salad, lao fried rice and beef tongue… all…