After over a year of being cooped up for what feels like a lifetime, Torontonians are finally able hit their favourite patios in the city. We have done the guesswork for you and curated a list of must-visit patios to check out this summer.
Pop-up bakeries have been springing up across Toronto since the early days of COVID, but most of these innovative lockdown-era businesses are run by professional bakers and restaurateurs with big post-pandemic plans.
The festival forms a visual narrative surrounding cultural, social, and contemporary political events through carefully curated lens-based installations.
Until last year, By The Namesake was an e-commerce custom-leather-jacket brand. When the company planted concrete roots in Toronto, it not only expanded its offering but also caught the attention of locals.
Nadia Belerique creates contemporary installations with a photographic eye, building scenes with mixed materials.
Located between King and Queen Street along Spadina, this area has long been a breeding ground for entrepreneurs, businessmen, and couturiers.
This year, we don’t have to remind you, is a little different. But DesignTO, the week-long festival celebrating creativity and design, is thriving nonetheless.
Unlike traditional wine tastings, Grape Witches’ parties attract a young, hip crowd. The convivial evenings begin with lighthearted educational sessions that evolve into bacchanalian dance parties with heavy pours and live DJs.
Anyone who has lived in Toronto in the last 15 years has noticed the loud construction, closed roads, and, more than anything else, flurry of signs urging you to check out brand-new condos.