There are thousands of restaurants in Toronto, but there’s only one where the tagline is “learning is always the main ingredient”. The Chefs’ House is operated and staffed by students from George Brown’s Hospitality & Culinary Arts Program. The restaurant gives students real-life, hands-on, front-line experience in which they apply the knowledge learned in the … More The Daily Special: An Education
The word “EPIC” is often use to describe something so unique, so one-of-a-kind and so unforgettable. The same is true about wine tasting along the shores of Lake Erie. After all, this emerging wine region in southwestern Ontario has the word built right into its name. EPIC refers to the Essex Pelee Island Coast and … More An EPIC Wine Tour!
Don’t even think about wearing skinny jeans because you’ll most likely end up regretting it at the end of your Burlington Food Tour! This one-of-a-kind food tour is a fun & delicious way to spend an afternoon in Downtown Burlington. You’ll meet new people, discover new restaurants, eat delicious food and leave with both a … More Burlington Food Tours: Stretchy Pants Required
It’s no surprise that once you arrive at the Grey Gables Inn you soon realize why it’s called “The Castle of Pembroke”. The exterior and interior are simply stunning based on the well-manicured lawn, statues, lighting, fireplace, wall scones and most of all the Grand Staircase with its floor to ceiling windows. Trust us…you’ll feel … More Come as a Guest, Leave as a Friend.
Once a year in early spring, the Landman Family, owners of Landman Gardens & Bakery in Grand Valley, open up their barn doors to the public for “Goat Day”. During our visit to we recorded a video for our Let’s Discover ON YouTube Channel. If you liked this video then remember to subscribe to our … More Kidding Around at Landman Gardens & Bakery!
If you’re looking for a city with history, a thriving performance arts scene, great restaurants, shopping and a waterfront, then Kingston will definitely check all those boxes. Also known as The Limestone City, it has something for everyone and can be visited at any time of the year. We visited in winter however there is … More Our Fun Weekend In Kingston
Guest Post By: Cass Zawadowski, Travel Writer & Author of SoLong Travel Blog If you’re an avid traveler and adventure-seeker like myself, you spend every waking, free minute you have Googling destinations, with the sole purpose of building out your ‘must visit next’ list. So it might come as a big surprise when I say … More Niagara-on-the-Lake – Where Wine & Winter Go Together
Greater Toronto Area (GTA) residents are fortunate to have Canada’s largest farmer’s market within a 1-1.5 hours drive (trust us….its worth it). The Market is open year round and has a variety of fresh produce, meat, seafood, cheese and prepared meals to allow you to get your weekly shopping done and have lunch all under … More Canada’s Largest Farmers’ Market in St Jacobs
Terre Bleu Lavender Farm, located on the outskirts of Milton, Ontario, is a spectacular properly that will pleasantly surprise you with everything it offers. There is something for everyone to see, hear, smell, touch, eat & do. We had never heard of Terre Bleu until our friend Caroline posted pictures of her visit. We were … More Stimulate All Senses @ Terre Bleu Lavender Farm
This July we were SO lucky to join Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island (TWEPI) on their Barrel Bottles Brews Trail. This “Trail” is actually a combination of 11 craft breweries & distilleries with a variety of products & experiences. There are also a couple of fun ways to visit at least 6 of the 11 … More The Barrels Bottles Brews Trail