One night, Chris, Robin and I wandered out of the Drake Hotel at midnight and we stumbled across Midpoint. While we went in for a pint, we ended up with something entirely better. We met Tocino Boys‘ John DeBlois who had a special treat for us. How about a little Filipino breakfast?
Our next DIY Thursday was dubbed “A Celebration of Cheese and Carbs” and it challenged us to come up with unique grill cheese sandwich. We had to consider the bread, the cheese and even the extras. So how did we do? WATCH OUT Cheese Porn below!
I walked into this cafe in Montreal for a quick cup a joe, something that would tide me over along my walk on Ave Mont-Royal. Instead I got a cozy little internet cafe with excellent coffee.
Kate was our chosen host for October’s RDN and I was excited to see where she would take us next. Having been one of the original 4 people at the very FIRST Random Dinner Night back in 2006, Kate has impressed with her restaurant choices time and time again… so where the heck would she take us next?
Ever wanted to spend a night at the museum? While it isn’t quite as fantastical as the movie, the Royal Ontario Museum’s Friday Night Live gives Torontonians a chance to party with the dinosaurs and any of the museum’s other inhabitants.
As you’ve probably surmised by reading my blog, I do a lot of eating out! Even when it isn’t Random Dinner Night or time for Brunch I’m usually too tired or too lazy to make dinner. This is a bad habit! DIY Thursdays ensures that a) I make dinner from scratch one day a week, b) I get together with the lovely Rachel, Olga and Victoria, and c) I get to see this guy more often:
- A period of short sleep, often 20-30 minutes in length with the purpose of refreshing or recharging prior to dancing at ‘da club’
Now I’m not sure if that’s what they mean by disco at the Lakeview Restaurant but one thing is sure: Their Disco Breakfast will keep you dancing for hours.
From it’s early beginnings along the Silk Road, Dim Sum has been a staple in Chinese Culture. Dim Sum, literally meaning “touch the heart” was originally a snack created for weary travellers.