Barre3 is set to open its second Toronto studio on Queen East in Leslievile.Read More
Whether you've got younguns or you're young at heart, embrace winter and bring some classic fun back to the slopes with downhill adventure. Dust off the sled, fill a wine flask and head to one of these east end descents.Read More
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A corner spot near Queen and Jones that once housed a nail salon will soon welcome in Crowded House.
According to its website, the Leslieville space is promising Mediterranean fare from breakfast through dinner.
The full menu with pricing is available online, and it runs the gamut from mezze such as fried eggplant and falafel and hummus to main plates of sea bass, rib steak and turkey and lamb shawarma. There will also be soup and salads, sandwiches and a kids menu.
No word yet on an opening date as far as we can tell.
Crowded House is opening at 1161 Queen St. E. Visit crowdedhouse.ca for more info.
Lambretta Pizzeria has launched an east end outpost at Queen and Curzon with brick-oven Roman-style pizza and a menu of Italian favourites including pastas, frittis, salumi and cheese platters, salads and desserts.Read More
A brewery revolution has seen an inundation of microbreweries, brewpubs and tap rooms to Toronto's east end, and surely 2017 will go down as the year this neck of the woods rightly earned its place on the city's beer map.Read More