Che Restobar is a restaurant you might expect to see in downtown Toronto, but this big city experience can be found much closer to home. On Dundas Street between Clarence and Wellington Streets, Che is a smart and elegant Latin American restaurant.
Dining at Budapest is like stepping back in time. The decor is overwhelming at first, but everything has a story. There is an obvious appeal to the restaurant, and both the food and the people here have brought customers back time and time again.
Drop in to one of London’s many café’s this season for a hot drink or a bite to eat. Bring a friend or bring a book. These cafés are perfect to sit down in or to grab something on the run.
There are so many great sushi restaurants in London. However, some people feel that sushi isn’t very approachable. So here is some information and tips that can help you navigate the seemingly scary world of sushi.
The Western Mustangs will play in their very own outdoor hockey game this season when the men’s hockey team faces-off with the Windsor Lancers on Monday, December 16 at Comerica Park in Detroit.
Around Budweiser Gardens are many amazing restaurants, bars, and clubs you can experience. PT 2 of this article focuses on London’s pubs and bars where you can watch the game on television, and clubs and lounges where you can go out after with friends. Enjoy a night out at some of London’s most popular late-night destinations.
Whether you’re seeing the Knights or Lightning play, or taking in a show, dinner before hand or drinks afterwards can make your night downtown a memorable one. PT 1 of this article explores restaurants, diners, and cafes downtown near Budweiser Gardens for you to experience before or after the game.
Chris Moss, Social Enterprise Program Manager, Pillar Nonprofit Network What is social innovation? According to Social Innovation Generation (SiG@MaRS): “Social Innovation assumes a world where ultimate good in society can be not only imagined, but also created. It is an initiative, product or process that profoundly changes beliefs, basic routines, resource and authority flows of Read More
Let me introduce myself, I’m Deanne Kondrat. And I could not be more excited to step into the role of Communications Coordinator at The London Arts Council and London Heritage Council – whoo that title is a mouthful! It is not exaggeration when I say this is a dream job of mine. I am a Read More
Jill Wilcox of Jill’s Table teaches cooking classes downtown. Read about my experience joining her, and a group of eager cooks, to learn about shopping locally, menu planning, and preparing fresh, affordable, great tasting food.