“The vision and scope of Ontario Place gives promise of our vast potential’ -Bill Davis, Premier of Ontario, 1971 That potential is now up for interpretation; the Premier probably didn’t anticipate a $15-billion
5. Burgatory, Toronto: Serving up sinful-themed burgers, Burgatory will satisfy your stomach’s most wicked guilty pleasures. Controversial for some at first glance, the only religious affiliation this truck has is to its worship of divine burgers.
Get local and (re)discover the independent food and drink creators our community is built on, the Thursday before Canada Day weekend! Gushi: Japanese street food Bite & Sip: Toronto pretzels Penny Lou Lou:
With twinkle lighting, exposed brick, and colour filled murals, Honest Ed’s retro-iconic character will host a magical CraveTO on Thursday June 26, 2014. The fabled bargain store that Ed Mirvish opened over 68 years