It was a beautiful day in the Market Wharf neighbourhood and we felt like it was finally time to check out the much-talked about Market Street Catch. It opened up shop not too long ago on, well … Market Street and it’s the sister of Buster’s Sea Cove, which you know we love.  It’s right across from the St. Lawrence Market, where we may or may not have stopped for dessert after, but that’s another post for another day.

Anyway, back to Market Street.

So we did tell you we’re going to Yorkdale and it’s not just because it’s one of the best malls in the city slash country. Well it might be the reason why. Anyway, we couldn’t help but notice you  wearing those pleated khakis and sweater vest combo and thought that it’s about time you stop wearing your dad’s hand-me-downs. You’re an adult now, so we figured it’s due time that you finally start dressing like an adult.

Yup, it’s time.

So grab your credit card – we’re going to Yorkdale to get you swagged out for the summer.


Today is the day! The spring is back and we have another thing to distract us from the Maple Leafs! Yay baseball do the thing and win the points!

We published the official bracket to find the most Toronto thing ever last week (not the full 64, but the sweet 16 – we do have jobs, people). This week we battle it down to the final four.

Take it away!

BlogTO wrote a post a few years back explaining the names of a few streets in Toronto and yeah it’s pretty alright we guess, but there are a few glaring omissions. These tell the story behind some Toronto streets that are very near and dear to us.

Ladies and gentlemen, friends and foes (we hope we’re all friends here though…), we’re going to Yorkdale, and we’d love for you to come along!

Here’s why we’re heading to Canada’s top shopping centre:

Well, it’s that time of year again – Oscars season! We’ve watched all the flicks, judged all the actors but really wasn’t the best action here in Toronto last year? Let’s take a look:

It was a stormy and snowy Wednesday afternoon but we knew we had to trek out to the Centre for Social Innovation on Bathurst and Bloor for this month’s Pop Up Market. The vendors were all from in and around Toronto so even if you didn’t make it out yesterday (they’ll forgive you on account of snowpocalypse 2014), you should still check them out online and at other local markets across the city.

Here’s what we got:

Image via Jen Arr

In honour of La Poutine Week (!!!) and the fact that we left our lunch at home today we thought we’d scour the city to find once and for all, the definitive ranking of Toronto Poutines.

We can probably write an entire series of blog posts on our love for the Canadian icon but we’ll stick to just this one. Mark our words, this is the only blog post you’re going to need before heading into the much-anticipated Poutine Week (Feb 1-Feb 7).

We don’t think you’re ready for this gravy, but if you are, you know what to do.

So, we’ve been so caught up with resolutions that we hadn’t even taken the time to sit down and hash out a new reading list for January. And to think, our resolution was to procrastinate more. So much for that. Anyway, check out our books you should be reading this month.