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Going to wine country in style with the Wine Ladies, Georgia and Susanne.
Experiencias de tapas auténticos – a three-day pop-up restaurant at the STORYS building in the heart of the Entertainment District.
Pallucci – a midtown Italian restaurant celebrating 11 years of dining.
A meal at Bistro 990 before it closes its doors to make way for yet another condo development.
Feeling a bit nostalgic this weekend I baked up a childhood favourite!
I am so glad that my sister stumbled upon Tutto Pronto in North York – a hidden gem we’ve discovered indeed!
Aria, a word in Italian that is most associated with the opera. It evokes images of grandeur, and a moving, and powerful melody that brings even the most macho man to his breaking point. While the food didn’t bring me to tears at Aria, the decor was definitely grand. The food at Aria can be compared to modern opera (e.g. taking classics, and modernizing it). Sometimes it works, but most times, these modern operas are criticized for being ruined through so-called artistic direction and the nostalgia of embracing what is familiar to us is dearly missed.
Last week, David Duong, the winner of th3hungrycat blog’s first ever giveaway attended the Toronto Underground Market (finale for 2011). He was kind enough to do a little field report for our eager blog readers. Here it is! Thank you David!