Welcoming Sina Persian Cuisine to the Neighbourhood

By: Raven

Welcoming Sina Persian Cuisine to the Neighbourhood

Tags: A new place to munch in Midtown

The Lovely Sina Persian Cuisine has joined the Eglinton way family with their tasty and flavorful cuisine. Sina Persian cuisine offers a wide variety of ethnic appetizera, entrees, specialty desserts and many more. take-out and catering is available. Sina Persian cuisine is located right off the corner of Avenue and Eglinton. Stop by and enjoy the town’s authentic Persian delicacies Hours ...Read More

Halfway through the year

By: Cindy

Halfway through the year

Tags: What's happened so far?

We are officially halfway through the 2019 year. Some things to think about… the real estate market and how Canada and Toronto has faired so far. Analysts at Royal LePage Canada work hard throughout the year to keep us updated with the stats and upcoming news in our Real Estate market. 2019 is said to have been a slower start as a result of the 2018 market hangover, however, the silver lin...Read More

Kensington Market International Food Tour

By: Raven

Kensington Market International Food Tour

Tags: Now until September 30!

The Kensington Market International Food Tour is currently happening until September 30th 2019. The tour consist of tasty global foods from eight different countries and five continents. The Tour is hosted by Chopsticks and Forks which is TripAdvisor #1 food tour company.  The ideal of the tour is to indulge and have a glimpse of the different cultures we have in the city of Toronto. The cos...Read More

Fringe Toronto

By: Cindy

Fringe Toronto

Tags: July 3 - July 14

Summer is here and there is lots to do in our lovely City of Toronto. Every weekend along with many nights during the week, you will be able to find something to do in this beautiful summer weather. Fringe Toronto has begun this year on July 3 and runs until July 14. Almost 2 weeks of a variety of fun filled events. Toronto Fringe is a charitable organization that aims to create platforms for ever...Read More

Your to-do list for the summer

By: Raven

Your to-do list for the summer

Tags: Can you do it all?

The month of July in Toronto means a lot of street festivals celebrating the different cultures we have in our city. This weekend from July 5th- July 7th you will see many festivals going on in  the city which will result in road closures. If you are planning on attending one of the cities street festivals please see the information below to get all the details for this weekend! The Taste of...Read More

SUMMERLICIOUS

By: Raven

SUMMERLICIOUS

Tags: Bring your appetite

Summerlicious is back starting July 5th – 21st, with three course prix-fixe menus to chose from, prepared by the cities most finest chefs. Summerlicious will be offering over 200 participating restaurants to bring an spectacular culinary experience. As summer has arrived it is only right that the official sponsor of Summerlicious is Haagen-Dazs Canada, participating restaurants will offer H...Read More

Wine Fest Toronto

By: Raven

Wine Fest Toronto

Tags: Red, White, Rose?

Looking for a way to spend the first weekend of July?… What better way than to attend WINE FEST. From July 5th and 6th Wine Fest Toronto will be held at CF shops at Don Mills from 5pm-9pm. Early Bird admissions are $24.31 and the general admissions fee is $30.24. The Toronto Wine Festival is the only outdoor festival of its kind offered in the city. With over 60 brands of wine offered fro...Read More

Celebrating Our Beloved Country

By: Cindy

Celebrating Our Beloved Country

Tags: Fireworks and Events This Weekend

Canada Day is upon us and it is time to celebrate like true Canadians and lighting up our night skies. Fireworks have become a staple tradition every Canada Day and this year will be no different. Of course, safety is of the the utmost priority and many popular venues in Toronto will be hosting a lively firework show for us all. Where to watch the fireworks on Monday Ashbridges Bay at 10 p.m...Read More

What is OPEN on CANADA DAY? 

By: Raven

What is OPEN on CANADA DAY? 

Tags: Be Prepared for the Parties

On Monday July 1st many establishments and businesses will be closed to celebrate Canada’s birthday. Here is list of what will be OPEN and CLOSED. Government offices, libraries, banks, LCBO, the beer store and post offices will be closed. Shopping centre’s that will be closed are Bayview village, CF Fairview, CF Sherway Gardens, Dufferin mall, scarborough town centre, yorkdale shoppin...Read More

Sophie’s Dinein and Takeout

By: Cindy

Sophie’s Dinein and Takeout

Tags: Is it lunch time yet?

Midtown Toronto has been undergoing construction for the last while now. A lot of new stores and restaurants are opening up for the boom to come once the construction finishes! A new face, Sophie’s Dinein and Takeout has replaced the old Magic Oven. Located at 302 Eglinton Ave West right on the corner of Avenue Road and Eglinton Ave West, this addition to the Midtown family on the Eglinton W...Read More

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