Food wastage is becoming more concerning as the pandemic has brought about in both household food and restaurant waste across Toronto.
Though the COVID-19 pandemic is often thought of being destructive for businesses, some actually thrived because of it. Their futures are now uncertain as the province reopens and they learn whether their new customers will keep coming.
Monday is a new day for Toronto’s restaurant workers. With the mask mandate being tossed, working as a server may be viable once more.
Dumpling House, a well-known restaurant on Gerrard avenue in Chinatown east, is choosing not to reopen its indoor dine-in space to the public after lifting restrictions. The reason is for the safety of their staff and customers.
Dutch ex-pats will be painting the Danforth orange today (April 27) and tomorrow in honour of King Willem-Alexander’s 51st birthday.
With the Black Foodie brand, Eden Hagos’s mission is to be a resource and a connector for people who are interested in food centred around the black identity.
Local landmark Whistler’s Grille and Cafe-Bar closing doors at the end of 2017 after 36 years of service, owners have announced.
Canada’s number two burger chain, A&W, is switching from Heinz to French’s ketchup and yellow mustard.
With food prices having risen, it’s getting more expensive to feed yourself at home — so when you go out to dine, you may want to save on your food budget. Some local restaurateurs are responding by keeping their menus affordable.
Toronto rapper Drake has opened a restaurant in Toronto’s downtown. Fring’s, a partnership with celebrity chef Susur Lee, opened Sept. 21. It is located at 455 King St. West, a space previously occupied by Crush…