Now that the madness of Christmas and even New Years Eve is over, it’s time to enjoy yourself on New Years Day!
During the holiday season, from Thanksgiving and Black Friday to Christmas, our fearless local brewers seem to save their best for the final months of the year, and pull out all the stops to celebrate the season.
Goodbye 2021, hello 2022! With some larger parties and events back in business, there are lots of reasons to step out this year.
We’re looking on the bright side to the many many things that aren’t cancelled in 2020 – holiday edition!
Where and how to book an igloo dining experience around town and what’s included.
From drive through light shows to Zoo lights and parades, here are your chances to get out and experience Christmas lights!
From breakfast with Santa and train rides to Christmas parades and light shows, these will get everyone in the spirit!
Channeling major French/Canadian vibes, they offer Paris street crepes and specialty drinks while enjoying outdoor heaters and strung lights.
Simply add hot milk or water and see these bombs transform into the classic winter drink we all crave this time of year.
The Tom & Jerry is a classic cocktail choice come Christmastime. This milk-based drink is sweet, warm and festive – like a cookie in a glass.
Whether you’re maxed out on your pumpkin spice latte’s or just looking for a “you earned it” treat, you can’t go wrong with a good fall cider or hot chocolate.
From breakfast with Santa to traditional holiday shows, movie showings, holiday markets, and Santa train rides.
Just under an hour outside of the city is the perfect location for a cozy overnight getaway.
Holidays gatherings are back in full force this year and one things for sure, you can’t show up empty handed!
In 2019 we visited for a long weekend during the holiday season – here’s where we stayed, visited, and eat and drink!
Here’s the perfect go-to itinerary for a fun and delicious weekend getaway to Toronto during the holiday season.