Author Archives: Mili Jain

About Mili Jain

Mili Jain is the owner of The City is Mine, a personal blog that she describes as a love letter to Toronto. It’s a small collection of her adventures and the things that inspire her from food, cooking, events, travelling and all the pretty things in between. You’ll often find her walking down the street, headphones on, coffee in one hand and phone in the other trying to casually take photos of the magic that surrounds her every day.
Summerhill Pop-up

Summerhill Market Launches Year-Long Pop-Up Series

This summer, the infamous markets will get even better as it welcomes some of Toronto’s top chefs and restaurants for a Summerhill Market pop-up series curated by Stephanie Dickison that will last for a full year. The Summerhill Market, led…

Mira Restaurant

Get A Taste of Peru at Mira Restaurant

Every year Toronto sees a new cuisine trend take over the city. Tapas, tacos, sushi burritos, poke, you name it, and we’ve seen it. This year it seems as though Peruvian fare is taking the spotlight. We had the distinct…

Mother's Day 2018

The Perfect Gifts for the Mom In Your Life

Moms. How do you find the perfect way to thank the most important woman in your life? They have the hardest job in the world but on Mother’s Day, we get to show them how much we care and appreciate…

Spring Cleaning Tips & Tricks

10 Spring Cleaning Tips & Tricks You Need To Try

Well, it was hard to believe it would ever happen, but Spring has finally appeared in Toronto. Which means two things – patio weather and packing away the winter gear for at least a few months. Spring is also a…

Wayne Gretzky's

Wayne Gretzky’s Celebrates 25 Years in Toronto

You probably know Wayne Gretzky as one of the all-time best hockey players to hit the ice, which he is. With more goals and assists than any other player, he currently holds the title of the leading scorer in NHL…

Zebu Steak Bar

Zebu Steak + Bar Pre-Opening Preview

If you’re live near Richmond and John, you may have noticed that the Milestone’s has disappeared from the corner.  Last fall, the restaurant closed its doors after 18 years in business and we got a sneak peek of what is…