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…
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.
Last week on December 13th, 2017, Bacardi Canada hosted an exclusive event to get us into the holiday spirit. First we were told to just save the date for a party with a special musical guest. While I skip out on many invites lately, previous experience tells me you can’t say no to a party with Bacardi.