The Pint

Hailing all the way from Edmonton, The Pint has opened up shop in Toronto with their newest location situated merely steps away from the Rogers Centre. Replacing the previous tenant Baton Rouge, The Pint is a massive restaurant and sports bar that houses more than 700 seats and an outdoor patio as well! We were fortunate enough to be invited to their media event, to sample a bit of their food and drinks. Their menu boasts over 40 flavors of chicken wings, and also has 40 different draughts available. However, due to it being a media event, we were unable to sample all of theirRead More →

Originating from Vancouver, Miku is a very popular Japanese-themed restaurant known for their aburi-style sushi. They are able to draw long lines at their Vancouver location, but will they be able to meet the high expectations that Torontonians have after hearing about all the hype? Read on and find out! Located by the Harbourfront at Bay and Queens Quay, Miku Toronto houses a seating area that allows diners to look into the city. The bar area is nestled inside near a glass wall with tapestry that has similar designs to that of the Vancouver location. It is also here where the sushi chefs are onRead More →

Cactus Club Cafe originates from Vancouver and has locations all over British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. Led by Iron Chef champion Rob Feenie, the menu items are globally inspired, with a focus on using fresh and sustainable ingredients . Working in downtown Toronto, I’ve walked by the Bay and Adelaide almost daily and have noticed the construction at this spot for almost a year. It doesn’t surprise me now that construction took that long; the space is absolutely beautiful and well thought out. The Toronto flagship restaurant is located in First Canadian Place and occupies over 15,200 square feet and boasts three distinct dining conceptsRead More →

Korean fusion is all the hype these days and Han Ba Tang is one place that does it well. Han Ba Tang, meaning “one full round” in Korean, seems like a small and inconspicuous restaurant from the outside, but is full of character on the inside. The restaurant decor is unique and has a relaxed feel, where you can sit and enjoy drinks and snacks for hours. We were introduced to Chae, the owner of the restaurant who was super sweet and welcoming. Chae had a vision to open a restaurant that showcases authentic Korean food with beautiful presentation, especially to those who haven’t triedRead More →