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Little Italy welcomes Garrison Creek – a show-stopping dining space specializing in traditional Italian cuisine boasting recipes made from scratch. The luxurious interior contrasts sleek white and black marble tables with luminated wood-panelled floors and velvet seating to bring together an approachable ambience that boasts both comfort and privacy. Garrison Creek welcomes both families, with their plentiful seating sections and an exclusive children’s menu, as well as lavish dinners with friends in their exquisite 8-seater private booth and live DJ.

Teara Lab made a grand entrance on National Burger Day, with their restaurant’s soft opening. This marks Toronto’s very first Japanese-fusion sandwich shop located in the heart of Downtown; situated next to University of Toronto’s St. George Campus.

Lobster and Pea Agnolotti with Atlantic lobster, fennel, and spring pea

If you’re looking for something different from a typical restaurant experience (reservations, dinner, ordering the usual, safe favourites), then check out U-Feast. It’s new to Toronto and it off special unique off menu dining experiences that has newly landed in Toronto.

For example, here we checked out a U-Feast dining experience featuring a “greatest hits” of Campagnolo, celebrating their most popular dishes in the past 5 years. Campagnolo is an Italian restaurant on College Street and is also rated as one…

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner! And I can attest that last year’s Lucky Ball was probably the best St. Paddy’s Day party in Toronto with 400 people in attendance. This year’s Lucky Ball 2015 aims to raise even more funds for the Fort York Food Bank, so come out, have fun and if you’re celebrating St. Paddy’s Day, you might as celebrate for a good cause. Also, check out our photos from last year’s Lucky…

Belgium Sour Beer (Rodenbach Grand Cru) with Tiramisu

Opened just a few months ago, Toronto’s Annex’ new addition, Prenup Pub (191 College St.), has already garnered the avid attention that most long-standing establishments yearn. A European-style pub, Prenup is more than just a student-hangout.

When it comes to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, it’s all about good times with good friends, perhaps by drinking green or not-so-green beer. What else can top that?