Category: drink

Corporate events are an integral component of many workplaces as it allows employees to share ideas, network, and socialize. Food often plays a critical role in ensuring that the event sails smoothly, and a menu crafted by expert chefs allows attendees to recognize the value of the event. As more workplaces in Toronto are transitioning back into the office, there will likely be a rise in the number of corporate events. A Harvard Business Review study found that chance encounters and interactions…

Frilu, a fine-dining restaurant known for their carefully curated 10-course “Kaiseki” seasonal menus, opened just last year on June 2018. For every season, they welcome a new menu, including most recently for spring. Owner and Executive Chef John Vincent Troiano’s concept for Frilu was to bring the uptown area of Thornhill with a fine-dining restaurant as it was not as common as it was in downtown. After working in a variety of upscale restaurants internationally, including Japan, Copenhagen, and 3-star…

Summer is not officially over until Sept. 22 and what better way to toast and celebrate the end than with a refreshing punch cocktail for National Punch Day on Sept. 20th. Cheers!

Queen Street West welcomes Bar Altura, a bar that serves modern-meets-traditional Italian cuisine in a relaxed and easy-going setting. As depicted in its name, “Altura” reflects a heightened experience in cuisine (like artisanal pasta, cured meats, and cocktails) and “Bar” represents the restaurant’s approachability and comfort.

The Carbon Bar is one of Toronto’s destinations for Southern-style fare and BBQ, and now welcomes Chef de Cuisine Jonathan Viau. New exciting items have been added to the menu this month, along with Bourbon Month. Chef Viau brings a fusion of tastes Southern and urban, as well as his expertise from Pure Spirits. Here’s a look at what to expect from The Carbon Bar’s Bourbon Month menu.

Since the first opening of this tea-cafe franchise in Toronto last year, “The Alley” has rapidly expanded to four more locations in the GTA including their newest one which opened in November in Markham – a hot spot for bubble tea fanatics. Originally from the Taichung region in Taiwan, The Alley boasts an upscale ambiance accompanied by high-end artisanal drinks in comparison to its competitors.

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