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Someone was generous enough to give me a gift card to Table 17. Table 17 is a relatively new restaurant in the Leslieville/Riverside area. The interior is irresistibly cozy – gray walls, one giant mirror and candles everywhere. Table 17 … Continue reading
The Madison Ave. Pub, also known as The Maddy, thoroughly surpassed my expectations. It is a Victorian mansion in the heart of The Annex in downtown Toronto. Although it looks small from the outside, it is quite spacious on the … Continue reading
Last summer I had the chance to go to The Ballroom Bowl with a friend of mine. The Ballroom Bowl is a triple treat: a bar, restaurant and bowling alley. I must say I was infatuated with the bar. The … Continue reading
Cozy atmosphere. Good food. Great variety. That’s how to describe Cloak and Dagger, a bar in Downtown Toronto. The best part is it’s affordable. Recently, I had the chance to go to Cloak and Dagger with a friend of mine. … Continue reading
Whatever state of singlism you are in: old and rusty, recently broken up, or an eager beaver; February gives you the opportunity to expand your horizons, meet new people, and hopefully create new sparks that captivate your eye. We have … Continue reading
The Third Annual Toronto Just For Laughs Festival presented by WestJet will be held July 15-19, 2009 at several key theatres and comedy clubs around Toronto including Massey Hall, Winter Garden Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, Panasonic Theatre, … Continue reading
For the months of July and August, enjoy free movies at Downsview Park outside on a huge movie theatre. All the movies start at dusk and you’ll need to bring your blanket, lawn chairs and snacks! So bring your hunny, … Continue reading
Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival is North America’s largest documentary festival. Each year, the festival presents a selection of more than 100 cutting-edge documentaries from Canada and around the globe. Through its industry programmes, the Festival also provides a full range of professional development, marketing, and networking opportunities for documentary professionals. Below are the remaining (April 23-27)show times and locations for documentaries related to love and relationships. Happy viewing!
Since the late ’80s, the Rex has been at the forefront of Toronto’s thriving local jazz scene. The casual atmosphere, eclectic mix of retro-chic decor, and an exciting variety of draught beer combine to make The Rex feel like a second home.
The Jazz & Blues Bar continually attracts Canada’s finest musicians and is unique in that it remains distinctly inexpensive and affordable for the budget-conscious. During the annual Downtown Jazz Festival, The Rex is one of the central venues with the busiest programme. Continue reading
Uniqueness is only true when you have experienced other venues enabling you to compare. The Reservoir Lounge is a one-off. There is no other venue in the world like it. The Reservoir Lounge has innovatively set the standard in Toronto for Swing Jazz and Jump Blues.
The open upright Piano sitting dominantly on the 12-inch high stage can be seen from every seating area in the house. You can’t but feel as though you are part of the venue and have every bit of importance as the band themselves. The audience is the unique factor in this whole equation.