The Miner’s Daughter: A Tribute to Coal Miners of Cape Breton

The dining scene in Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia gained a gem when The Miner’s Daughter Restaurant and Bakery opened its doors earlier this year. After working in the food industry for many years, Sheryl Dauphney, the owner concluded, “now is the time to open a restaurant.” She and Chef Craig Miller share the baking and…

Peasant Cookery in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Stepping into Peasant Cookery’s dining room was like going back to a twentieth-century French farmhouse. Quart-sized home-canned jars of pickled vegetables lined the window sills, added to the farmhouse feel. A wine barrel transformed into a table held their signature wheat bundle, while a vintage four-panel etched-glass screen divided the host stand from the rest…

ERA Bistro in Winnipeg, Manitoba: A Museum Bistro with Contemporary Flair

After a morning exploring the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, the ERA Bistro is the perfect place to rest, recharge, and reflect. It’s also a great lunch destination while discovering all that Winnipeg has to offer. Location: ERA Bistro is inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights at 85 Israel Asper Way in Winnipeg, ….

Alo in Toronto, Canada – A Genuine Upscale Masterpiece

Toronto is known for many things, the CN Tower, and their sports teams the , the , and the . But did you know Toronto is also known for their extraordinary food scene? As diverse as the people who live in it, this city really knows how to set the stage for exemplary eats. And…

Clementine Cafe: Breakfast in Winnipeg, Manitoba

“Eat this – it’ll help” encourages the white-neon sign on the white exposed-brick wall. Its early afternoon on Sunday at Clementine Café and five cooks dressed in black T-shirts orchestrate brunch from the open kitchen. This is comfort food at its best. Location: Clementine Café located in the Exchange District at 123 Princess Street, Winnipeg,…

Mon Ami Louis a French Brasserie Restaurant in Winnipeg, Manitoba

The Esplanade Riel Pedestrian Bridge spans Winnipeg’s Red River, between the Forks historical district and the St. Boniface neighborhood, one of the largest French-speaking communities in Canada outside of Quebec. In the middle of this bridge is Mon Ami Louis Brasserie Restaurant, the only restaurant in North America located on a bridge. The restaurant’s curved…

Smith: Rustic Comfort in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Smith offers a fine dining experience in a comfortable rustic atmosphere. The restaurant’s name, Smith, is a nod to blacksmiths, with an abundance of black metal in the industrial exposed ceiling, around the bar, in the dining chairs, and light fixtures. Location: Smith located inside the Inn at the Forks at 75 Forks Market Road, Winnipeg,…

Brunch at Belgard Kitchen in Vancouver, BC

Ah, brunch. One of the most beloved meals because of its varied menu, late start time, and socially acceptable pre-noon cocktails. Its popularity means it’s not surprising many restaurants now offer a version. However, few do it as beautifully as Belgard Kitchen. And in a foodie mecca like Vancouver, , that’s saying quite a lot….

Supermoon Japanese-Style Cheesecakes in Streetsville Ontario Canada

Toronto Japanese-style cheesecake fans are raving about the latest food craze to hit the city and are willing to stand in long lineups to wait for the coveted treats to emerge from the oven. Supermoon Japanese -Style Cheesecakes brings this popular new foodie favorite out of downtown Toronto to the suburbs of Mississauga with their…

I Love Pho – Asian Cuisine in Mississauga Ontario Canada

Fresh, delicious Vietnamese, Chinese and Thai cuisine that reminds you of that last trip to South East Asia is found in the suburbs of Toronto, Ontario at Mississauga’s I Love Pho. It perfectly brings back those memories of your last trip to , , or . Location: 848 Burnhamthorpe Road West, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada Menu:…