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Barsa Taberna celebrates their 3rd year anniversary with the launch of their new summer menu, that features seasonal ingredients with a light and refreshing flare that is perfect for the warmer weather. The kitchen is headed by Chef Andres Salomon, who brings a more contemporary approach to Spanish food, alongside influences from our city of Toronto and his Chilean roots.

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Whatever your dinner plans for tonight, reconsider them…seriously, because Portland Variety has everything you’re looking for in a unique dining experience that simply will not disappoint.

As we enter the restaurant located in the King West Fashion District we’re immediately struck by the stunning decor. Slabs of calacatta marble as far as the eye can see, black chalkboard menu and artsy wall murals, gleaming hardwood flooring, mirror and glass and retro Edison bulbs – all of which culminate to provide…

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Maman is a warm and inviting bakery and cafe that brings familial recipes to life from Southern France and North America using locally sourced ingredients. Every little detail – from the exterior to the tables and plates – is beautifully set up as if one is in a quaint Parisian boutique

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Get ready for a tapas food festival for the second annual PintxosTO event on Sunday, August 23rd near Union Station at Royal Bank Plaza.

Check out a sample in photos of what to expect at the event from some top restaurants in Toronto.

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Market St. – the small street beside the world renowned St. Lawrence Market – has had a renaissance in the last few months. Several years of revitalization culminated this year with the opening of many new dining spots in this newly reborn strip. At its the northernmost end, you’ll find Barsa Taberna – a restaurant whose concept is inspired by the dining culture in Barcelona.

Grilled octopus, iberico chorizo, smoked tomato, olive oil, lemon

What is Portland Variety? Is it a bakery? A café? Or maybe a restaurant? Or a bar? Well, as the name suggests, it’s actually all of the above. The idea is that the place transforms throughout the day, changing food and function to fit the needs of the neighbourhood and its people. In the day, it’s a bakery and café, and a breakfast and lunch spot. By evening, it’s a happening…

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