Perfect places for a summer treat


Nothing beats a refreshing cold treat on a hot summer’s day. Toronto is known for its diversity and that is reflected in our city’s frozen desserts as well. Whether you are a lover of classic…

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Sweet Sensation – Indulge in Toronto’s most drool-worthy desserts


For those of you with a sweet tooth will be happy to hear we have an exciting new food tour we’re launching this spring. “Sweet Sensation” is dedicated to some of the best drool-worthy desserts…

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10 things to do in the winter in Toronto


The Distillery District 1. Stroll through the Distillery District on cobblestoned streets and visit eateries and shops housed in Victorian-era industrial buildings. While this neighborhood is outdoors, it is also home to the annual Toronto…

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Come visit us at the Foodie Holiday Market on Dec 16th & 17th


Take care of all your gift-giving needs and get into the holiday spirit with us at the Foodie Holiday Market on Dec 16th & 17th. We’ll be offering giveaways, discounts and exclusive show promos at…

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Private Food Tours for the Holidays


‘Tis the season of holiday parties! Whether you’re seeking a corporate social for your office or just a festive get-together with close friends and family, our food tours make for a fun and unique way to celebrate the holiday…

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Historica Canada releases first animated Heritage Minute showcasing Kensington Market


Historica Canada known for it’s Heritage Minute series which highlight Canadian culture and history has released it’s very first animated piece. As the 88th video in the series, the multicultural evolution of Kensington Market in…

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Free app offers Toronto themed emojis


Want to convey your love for Toronto? Well there’s an emoji for that. 50 new Toronto-themed emojis are now available for iPhone and Android users that feature the city’s most iconic landmarks, attractions and symbols. The app…

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A Quick Guide to Dim Sum


Dim sum originates from the Silk Road in China. People would take rest stops at tea houses and quick small bites were invented to be enjoyed with the tea. The word dim sum directly translates…

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Kensington Krawl in support of Young Adult Cancer Canada


We’re incredibly excited to announce our first ever fundraiser! Join us for an evening of delicious food and drinks, historical tidbits, and fun through Kensington Market on behalf of Young Adult Cancer Canada. YACC offers support to…

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Pow Wow Cafe


Shawn Adler introduced a new type of taco to the city last October when he opened Pow Wow Cafe in Kensington Market. Pow wow is an Aboriginal word for a social gathering where people come together to…

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