Open/Closed for the week of April 4-10
We might still have snow and heavy rain despite it officially being spring, but at least there are some new spots to head out to.
Here’s the very latest:
435 Yonge St.
Hangry Burger officially opens tomorrow.
On the menu, beef burgers such as the Jamaican Me Hangry ($8.99) with 100% beef patty, jerk sauce, double smoked bacon, house slaw, and jalapenos. Vegetarians can hanker down on The Peacemaker ($6.49) boasting a veggie patty, goat cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onions, and "hangry" sauce.
808 York Mills Rd.
The second location for the Yonge & St. Clair resto just opened, moving north to York Mills and Leslie.
4750 Yonge St.
If you’re looking for a vegan frozen dessert option in the Yonge & Sheppard 'hood, Nanshake has you covered with their banana dessert eaten with a spoon.
Round the Horn
331 Roncesvalles Ave.
The new bar on Roncey has got a bevy of beer and the game on. What else could you ask for?
Uncle Tetsu's Angel Café
191 DundasSt. W.
The Testu empire contines to expand, this time with room to sit and get read for it - maids. That’s right, it’s Canada's first "maid-style" (women dressed in maid uniforms) café complete with Angel Hat & Lunar cheesecakes and J-Pop style performances every Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday.
The Brunswick House has closed after 140 years.
Starting yesterday and stretching all the way to April 20th, enjoy your fill of gin at Ginapalooza’s 2nd Annual Gin Festival. Should you be traveling cross country, it’s also happening in Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver this year as well.
This Friday to Sunday, eat, drink, learn and shop at the Toronto Food + Drink Market.
Make reservations now for Wednesday, April 20th. Participating restaurants for A Taste for Life will donate a portion of their gross proceeds from the evening to support Fife House and people and families living with HIV/AIDS. Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling the restaurants directly.
Reserve your spot now for Pass The Table’s Soi Thai Night Market 1 year anniversary on Sat April 16th.
This year’s Terroir Symposium includes an art-inspired dinner created by 16 chefs from across Canada + the U.S.
Tickets are now on sale with some early bird specials for Taste of Toronto.
It’s not really National Beer Day, but this week’s Best Of is celebrating it anyway.
Help feed hungry children simply by dining out for Love Food Give Food 2016.
Take a look inside Tapagria, the new Spanish tapas restaurant in Markham.
It’s probably never crossed your mind to get one of these, but our coffee pro Adam Pesce says it’s a game changer.
Make your own award-winning cocktails with recipes from Toronto Made With Love semi-finalists.