Toronto’s Festival of Beer – Spring 2016

A few months ago, I was invited again to Toronto’s Festival of Beer – Spring Sessions. I found the weather this time to be much improved and perfect for a beer festival. The sun was blazing with occasional drafts of wind coming from the lake and not a dark cloud in … Continue reading

Winterlicious 2016: My Top 10 Picks

Hi Foodies, New year, new restaurants and a new Licious list for my foodie followers. Wanted to get this out earlier but I’ve had a crazy busy week. My new list is totally different because I wanted to recommend different restaurants and just … Continue reading

Toronto’s Festival of Beer – Spring 2015

Love beer, food and music? Check out Toronto Festival of Beer! While this is a quick recap of their past Spring event in April at Sherborne Common, there is another one coming up on July 24-26, 2015 at Bandshell Park, Exhibition … Continue reading

Summerlicious 2015 – Rosewater ★★★

Last weekend I went to Rosewater for their Summerlicious $23 lunch menu with a group of six fellow foodies. We all ordered similar dishes, so here is a list of our orders and the general consensus about them: Appetizer Iceberg Lettuce … Continue reading

~ Winterlicious 2015: My Top 10 Picks ~

New year, new list of restaurants for Toronto Foodies! Licious menu prices have increased this year. Now prix fixe lunches are $18, $23, $28 and dinners are $25, $35, $45. Reservations have already opened but if you are still looking for suggestions … Continue reading

Summerlicious – PROHIBITION Gastrohouse and Oyster Bar ★★1/2

Price: Over $15+ I went with a group of my foodie friends for a $15 Summerlicious lunch at PROHIBITION Gastrohouse. Decided to try this place out after seeing the popular reviews on Urbanspoon. It was a bit far for me … Continue reading

Summerlicious – Stock ★★★1/2

Price: Over $30+ Decided to try a new restaurant with some foodie friends this year and after a vote, settled on the $25 lunch menu at Stock in Trump International Hotel & Tower. Right as I walked in, I noticed … Continue reading