Tag: Comfort Food

The Combine Eatery – Southern Flare Restaurant in Toronto

The Combine Eatery, on the Danforth, is Southwestern flare meets Toronto casual cool. This neighbourhood restaurant focuses on vibrant, fresh flavours inspired by the Southwest: fish tacos, gourmet burritos, pulled chicken quesadillas, lobster fritters, and the list goes on. Owned…

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Heatfest At The Distillery District

On February 16, spend the day at the Distillery District for Heatfest 2015, a celebration of great Canadian comfort food! Warm yourself up with soups, stews, sauces, curries, jerks, gravies, and more! A Winter gathering of some of the city’s most…

Kalendar Restaurant on College Street in Toronto

Kalendar restaurant opened with the dining room side in 1994 with only 15 tables inside and 2 patio tables outside. They have grown over the years, moving up from a self-described tiny to a slight larger space one could call…

The Citizen Opens Today in Brant House’s Former Space

Cheers to The Citizen! Inspired by the classic neighbourhood hangouts of the 1930s, this new King West resto-bar is not the dimly lit, bottle service hangout for VIPs you’d expect but rather has the vibe of a local, friendly hangout…

#FoodPorn Fridays: Mac and Cheese from Toronto’s Cheesewerks

Mac and Cheese is a delightful indulgence at the best of times, but Toronto’s Cheesewerks has made it an impossibly gourmet, one of a kind, incredibly irresistible comfort food. The dish’s base of cavatappi noodles, cream and finished with an artisan bread…

Allen’s Restaurant on the Danforth

The glow of comfortable tradition warms Allen’s. Opened in 1987, the restaurant has achieved near-institutional status, as its kitchen and bar are considered the very best of type. Customers travel from all over Canada, the U.S. and Americas, Asia-Pacific and…