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Guu Izakaya

While strolling around my neighborhood, I stumbled upon a fantastic Japanese restaurant called Guu Izakaya. The restaurant is a small and cozy open space with communal tables. As you take […]
Guu Izakaya

Nanoosh

After a month of heavy holiday food and delicious Christmas cookies, I was looking forward to some healthier fare. So I headed to the Nanoosh in Murray Hill one evening after […]
Nanoosh

Kensington Market

One of the most diverse and vibrant neighborhoods in Toronto is Kensington Market, an area filled with colorful storefronts, crumbling brick houses and cool street stalls. You can buy everything […]
Kensington Market

Casa Loma

When I moved to Toronto, I was very surprised to learn that there was a castle right in the middle of the city! Casa Loma was originally owned by businessman […]
Casa Loma

Olio e Piú

My cousin Blair and I woke up early on a Sunday morning (10:30am!) and headed to Olio e Piú in the West Village for brunch. Although, I’m pretty sure since there […]
Olio e Piú

Le Neuf Cafe

One of my first dinners in Toronto was at Le Neuf Cafe, an adorable French cafe and patisserie. It’s located in a charming row of townhouses just off of a […]
Le Neuf Cafe

Table Fifty-Two

While I was in Chicago, my parents and I dined at Table Fifty-Two, an amazing restaurant that serves fancy southern comfort food with southern hospitality. The restaurant’s chef is Art Smith, […]
Table Fifty-Two
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