Friday, October 30, 2015
We were recently approached by Reel Asian regarding their new foodie films and let me tell you, we are ECSTATIC because we're both huge food and movie buffs. As foodies, you're exposed to a lot different cuisines, cooking styles and a LOT of buzzwords but we often find the education of food is lacking especially in this day and age. Everyone now a days is a foodie but no one really understands the work, sweat, blood and tears that go behind preparing a dish from beginning to end. Enter the food series with Reel Asian.
Monday, July 20, 2015
|via Toronto Star|
We FINALLY got around to visiting the Home of the Brave (HOTB). Located upstairs at the corner of King Street West and Portland Street (right above Lou Dawg's!), it is quite accessible by public transit - which we recommend because parking will not be easy to find. Along with a plethora of raving reviews, this restaurant caught our eyes a while ago with a photo of their Kentucky Fried Handshake Sandwich. We went in with very high expectations and weren't disappointed!
Home of the Brave
Where: 589 King Street West, Toronto, ON (Upstairs!)
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
My friend and I opted for the small and large lobster poutine, $12 and $16 respectively. Our orders took quite some time to get ready but to be fair, it was quite busy.
Copa By Sea
Where: 230 Adelaide St W., Toronto, ON
Monday, July 6, 2015
Archery District recently opened at Eglinton & Birchmount and definitely brings a new activity to Toronto. They specialize in "archery tag" which is basically an archery-dodgeball crossover. We visited them around 5 days after they opened and therefore, we realize many things may change since this review. We had really high hopes for this place but unfortunately it just didn't deliver for us.
Where: 770 Birchmount Road, Unit 22,
Price: $$$ ($30 per person)
Sunday, July 5, 2015
Keeffaa is definitely one of Toronto's greatest hidden gems. On the quiet street of Queen Street East, you'll find this Ethiopian restaurant that serves in our opinion one of the best coffees we have ever had. This restaurant is perfect for lunch with friends, family, or colleagues.
Where: 368 Queen St E., Toronto, ON
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Recently opened in Richmond Hill is Duo Patisserie and Cafe. The story behind the name of the patisserie is heart warming: the two owners, Rocky & Eric have been best friends since they were 6 years old and this cafe is a celebration of the duo.
Duo Patisserie & Cafe
Where: 230 Commerce Valley Dr E (Unit 4) Markham, ON
Monday, November 24, 2014
CJ Plays: Escape Games Part 1
CJ Plays: Escape Games Part 2
Labels: CJ PLAYS
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
There have a been a few new escape games opening so we decided to take a crack at the puzzles and revisiting old favorites. Here's part two into our journey through escape games. (We promise - no spoilers!)
CJ Plays: Escape Places Part 1
CJ Plays: LockQuest (Media preview)