Posts Tagged ‘foodies’

Best Eats from #TwilightTuesdays at Drake One Fifty

9 Sep, 2015  |  by Yuli Scheidt

  Now that everyone is a foodie, it’s no surprise that our brothers and sisters of Bay Street are expecting interesting, innovative and offbeat eats in their backyard. And they have just that with the Drake One Fifty’s #TwilightTuesdays. Hosted in their parkette on York Street between Richmond and Adelaide, the Drake On Fifty not only serves up their own fare and libations, but invites other Finanical District pals to join in the weekly summer block party.   It’s a…

The Canadian Artisan Tasting Fair wakes restful foodies from slumber

12 Dec, 2013  |  by Ama Scriver

Written by Leigh Van Maaren Photos by Mike Sirois Sunday mornings are not my forte. As somebody who regularly finds themselves unable to get out of bed until 3pm on Sunday afternoons, I’ve long been relegated to all-day brunch places as my only option. When we heard about the Artisan Food Fair at Wychwood Barns on December 1st, however, the promise of a load of delicious cheese a mere 10 minute walk from my front door would get me out…

The Guild’s Winter Menu Serves Up Rustic Charm

12 Dec, 2013  |  by Ama Scriver

For those who know, I am a huge supporter of all things Dundas West. It may or may not be because I live in the area but the area has come leaps and bounds from all the gift shops and old Portuguese social clubs. So when The Guild opened up last March, I was very excited by the potential it brought to the Dundas West landscape.   Located at 1442 Dundas West, right in-between Dundas West and Dufferin, the atmosphere is warm…

3 Days of the Delicious Food Shows

10 Oct, 2013  |  by Ama Scriver

This weekend’s the Delicious Food Show took place at the Better Living Centre and featured more than 80 food products alongside several restaurants and alcohol companies and more than 25 hands-on workshops throughout the weekend, including an offering from Loblaws Black Label.

Eat to the Beat preview: Alexandra Feswick brings it home for breast cancer

10 Oct, 2013  |  by Ama Scriver

Originally posted to Ama’s twice-weekly column on Toronto is Awesome. Eat to the Beat, is celebrating its 18th year, on October 22nd event. Named one of BizBash’s Top 100 Events in Canada, it has gained a reputation as the event for foodies in the city to experience the talents of 60 female chefs while supporting women and another notable cause, breast cancer. The event, in support of Willow Breast Cancer Support Cancer and has raised more than $3.2 million and is unique…

Chef Sessions at Ottawa’s Arboretum Festival, August 16th&17th 2013

8 Aug, 2013  |  by Guest Post

“We want to throw our idea of a perfect music festival. One where every act feels like the headliner, one where choosing which delicious meal you’re going to eat is almost criminal in it’s finality, one that kind of feels like home.” -Arborteum’s ‘About’ page Ottawa’s second annual Arboretum Music and Art Festival is happening August 16th and 17th and Fat Girl Food Squad is lucky enough to be covering the Chef Sessions, a one day celebration of seven of the best…