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Poke Bowl Review

Poke bowls, a common delicacy in Hawaii has made its way to Toronto with a number of poke focused restaurants over the past year.

Here is a list of the different poke bowls I have tried in the city: 514 more words


Tea Break: Nohohon Tea Room

No-Ho-Hon means a pleasant state of mind; calm and tranquil in Japanese and Nohohon tea room is all about carefully brewed tea.

So if you love matcha, you might want to check out… 81 more words


Ossington's Bellwoods Brewery during Summer Nights

Bellwood’s Brewery holds the most wonderful patio with the best memories. My favourite place to sit as a pair is on one of the two-seater high-top seats by the front. 188 more words


Eat: Pokito

Pokito is a new poké and sushi burrito eatery, a result of a partnership with bubble tea chain Chatime and food truck operator, Me.n.u. 215 more words


Eat: Death in Venice

Death in Venice makes unique and seasonal flavour gelato and sorbetti (sorbet). One of their flavours, Ricotta, rosemary and lemon was a winner in Chopped Canada… 94 more words


Sneak preview of Muse Salon & Ebisu on Queen (coming soon)

With already a location in one of the busiest districts in central Vancouver, Muse Salon has graced their presence by opening their first ever Toronto location right in the hustle & bustle of Queen Street West. 398 more words

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Review of The Good Son

Situated on queen west by Queen and Dovercourt lies The Good Son.

Once you step inside, the ambience is extremely nice with the vintage decor and the dim lights.  242 more words