Eating in Toronto: Kōst

Kōst | 80 Blue Jays Way | ★★★★ | $$$ The warm weather has finally arrived to Toronto, meaning all of the winter hermits (read: me) are crawling out of their hibernation dens, stretching their stiff limbs, and are ready to reconnect with old friends and explore the city’s gems once again. Kōst is the BISHA […]

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Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors

The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away, Yayoi Kusama Last week, I had the chance to check out Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario. These tickets had been hard to come by; my opportunity to attend was only thanks to a good friend at work. Otherwise, I was always […]

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Naughty & Nice at the Toronto Christmas Market

Going to the Toronto Christmas Market is an annual tradition for Amanda and I. Now in its seventh year, what I love most about the market is its uncanny ability to get me into the Christmas spirit, even though it’s still November. The light canopies, the music lightly drifting through the air, the vendor stalls […]

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Eating in Toronto: Mamakas

Mamakas | 80 Ossington Avenue | ★★★★ | $$$ Over the last year, Mamakas has been repeatedly named as the best Greek restaurant in Toronto. That comes as no surprise, as the stretch of Ossington between Dundas and Queen hosts some of the city’s best restaurants (looking at you, Union and Pizzeria Libretto). This taverna has been building its […]

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An Afternoon at Toronto’s Christmas Market

One of the best feelings this time of year is seeing everyone getting into the Christmas spirit. The twinkling lights go up, the trees are trimmed, and everyone is bustling to prepare for the season’s numerous parties and shop for gifts. I love seeing the city come alive with the holidays. Toronto’s Christmas Market in the […]

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