Neighbourhood: Yorkville / Yonge & Bloor www.xtremetaste.ca In Yorkville, it’s hard to find reasonably priced food that tastes good. However, during Ehren and my library adventure to the Toronto Reference Library, we came across a Lebanese joint that had both good pricing and delicious food. We originally came across Eat-a-Pita but realized soon after that the owners alsoContinue reading
Toronto Public Library + Food Hunt
Toronto’s Public Library (TPL) is one of the largest public library system in Canada and the world’s busiest urban library system (more info here). There are currently 100 branches but thankfully, Noah Ortmann created the Toronto Library Passport, making it easier to keep track of all the branches.
I’m partnering up with Ehren Cheung, a friend, traveler, hiker and blogger, to explore the TPL neighbourhoods and best of all, to see what there is to eat for a pre-present-post library bite. Keep checking back to see what neighbourhood library we’re going to visit next and follow Ehren to see what each TPL neighbourhood has to offer.
Neighbourhood: Yonge & Eglinton / North Toronto www.starkingvietthaicuisine.com When you think of Vietnamese food, do the words dirty, cheap and delicious come to mind? If so, you’re not alone, at least if you live in Toronto. Not all restaurants are dirty, but for the majority that are, it doesn’t stop people from going. Why? BecauseContinue reading
Neighbourhood: Davisville Village www.thobors.ca If you’re looking to fuel up on coffee and food with a friendly atmosphere, the Mt. Pleasant strip between Eglinton and Davisville, has no shortage of fine cafés and restaurants. On this week’s #TPLFoodHunt, Ehren and I hit up a neighbourhood bakery by the Mount Pleasant Library for some buttery goodness. Read aboutContinue reading