Summertime—if we ever get it, galdangit—is an awesome time to be a Vancouverite.
Since cowboys first swaggered into a saloon and ordered a straight whiskey, since James Bond swilled his first martini, drinks have defined personality.
Summer is here and the stalwart of seasonal cuisine is the hamburger.
Nothing beats a cold drink on a patio in the summer time.
Summer in Toronto is short and sweet and to take full advantage of its brief magnificence, bars and restaurants across the city set up camp on the sidewalk.
If I had to pick just one thing I loved most about Toronto, it wouldn’t be its eclectic collection of fascinating residents, its beautiful parks or its wide selection of truly great restaurants and bars.
Can you smell it? Yep! That’s definitely the smell of patio season approaching! There’s nothing better than a long, lazy afternoon spent sipping a pint in the sun, watching Vancouver roll by underneath (or beside) you.
There are things I tell myself I’m going to try every six months or so.
If your toaster is wide enough, and your imagination is big enough, you could have created the Toastabag.
Halifax, Nova Scotia offers a unique and diverse dining experience- even after 2am when you’ve spent the last two hours wetting your whistle in Halifax’s finest clubs, pubs and dives.