Over the last few years, Toronto’s culinary scene has exploded. And the neighbourhood-centric nature of the city means that different parts of town have become dining destinations on their own. While we all have our neighbourhood stand-bys, and our favourites that are worth a trek, there are so many great new eateries opening up that… Read More »Read Article
For those who frequent the Dundas and Ossington area in search of the best vintage shopping, they know not to skip out on Rescue Vintage. Nestled into a small but bright and airy shop on Ossington (102 Ossington to be exact), owner Renee Kaylor brings together classic vintage style with new contemporary lines like Toronto-based… Read More »Read Article
A little off the beaten path, the strip of Dundas West that stretches from Grace Street, near Trinity Bellwoods Park, past Ossington, to Dufferin is one of the coolest in the city. Home to some amazing vintage stores, great places to eat, and, of course, the best darn lazing-around park in the city, this neighbourhood… Read More »Read Article
Toronto summer lovin’ is officially in full swing – the time is upon us to do ridiculously fun things. Things that are adventurous, spontaneous, rebellious, and saucy. Here are some fun and cheap ideas for taking advantage of Toronto summer in the best way ever: like a tourist. Round up a bike fleet, strap on your… Read More »Read Article
This Sunday, August 7th, there's an alleyway party on Ossington. Head to Argyle & Foxley for good neighbourhood times!
Last week, we were having a drink with Tequila Tromba at Reposado, and found out that Sunday night is the night to hit the bar if you’re looking for a deliciously mixed off-menu tequila cocktail from their resident mixology genius. Um, yes please! That’s why we’re especially excited for the Ossington Village Alleyway Party this… Read More »Read Article
Jane’s Walks is back This Saturday! – Our Coles Notes on the Woman Behind the International Neighbourhood Walks, and our top 8 Picks
Jane Jacobs was an American-born Canadian activist who devoted her life to studying cities. Her passion for public space and urban planning led her to write 7 books, halt the gentrification of many local neighbourhoods in New York and Toronto, influence the withdrawal of expressway construction and aid in the success of housing projects. She… Read More »Read Article