In April of 2011, I attended an author speaking panel at the Toronto Women’s Bookstore on behalf of The Social Times to find out how social media is changing the face of publishing.
After spending a lifetime traveling Europe, Sandra Rojas-Chinni and Marcelo Chinni know a thing or two about European coffee culture.
After years of preparing healthy meals on a dime for her family, Jenna Katz decided to open up a space of her own in the Annex to share her culinary talents.
Tucked away from Toronto’s busy main streets, Jimmy’s Coffee at Portland and Adelaide is the type of café you visit when you want to disappear from the world.
Every so often, I visit an indie café so great, so perfect, and so complete that I hesitate to even write about it. The moment word gets out, I know I’ll revisit this spot shortly only to find myself scouring for a free table.
Since it’s opening on November 8th, Sense Appeal has lured coffee enthusiasts away from their regular caffeine hubs. The trick? A better product.
Green Beanery at Bathurst and Bloor: A Cultural Hub
The New Kid on the Block: Dark Horse Espresso Bar Opens Third Location on Queen Street West