If you are in Toronto and looking for a Mexican place with a cool vibe, an old school hip hop sound track and delicious food, then look no further than La Carnita. Its mouthwatering tacos and underground decor will blow your mind away.
Living in Montreal is such a luxury for discovering the beautiful province of Quebec during weekends. In less than 2 hours, you get to escape to breathtaking places such as the region of Lanaudière or Mauricie National Park. These regions are perfect for anyone who enjoys adventures in spring, summer, autumn or winter as they both combine relaxation and action.
Mildred’s Temple Kitchen is a reincarnation of Mildred Pierce, the hero who introduced Toronto to a unique dining scene and established brunch as a culinary trend in the city.
Niagara is home to one of the most stunning natural wonders. But besides showcasing one of the world’s most impressive waterfalls, Niagara is also a true entertainment centre by itself. In fact, it is a place where nature and fun coexist perfectly.
Sandbanks Provincial Park is the world’s largest barrier dune formation with three expansive sandy beaches that are among the best in Canada. Located in Prince Edward County, ON, Sandbanks is a perfect destination to escape with family or friends. With the endless number of activities that the area has to offer, you simply can’t go wrong!
La Belle et La Boeuf or The Beauty and The Beef is a fabulous burger bar that will transport you miles away. It is the “it” place in Quebec City which promises to deliver an unforgettable experience in an electrifying atmosphere.
There is something special about Chez Boulay – Bistro Boréal. Besides being a foodie heaven and providing the best restaurant experience in the entire Quebec Province, it has a pure and honest philosophy. In fact, not only ingredients are sourced locally and crafted out from the boreal forest but the restaurant also has a social commitment to charities.
Île d’Orléans – also known as the “Garden of Quebec” – is a perfect destination for cyclist or families for a day trip from Quebec City. Located in the Saint-Lawrence river, Île d’Orléans is an enchanting island where you can experience agri-tourism, scenery and heritage. The island has many breathtaking viewpoints, including one over the Montmorency Falls.
What a better treat than going to one of the most beautiful areas of Quebec to celebrate its national day? Located only 3 hours drive away from Montreal, Le Massif de Charlevoix is a perfect destination for the long week-end of “La Saint-Jean”. The number of activities to do in the area are endless, which is a good excuse for renting a chalet with friends for a couple of days.
Do you sometimes feel like going back in time? Or like eating at one of those restaurants that you used to see on cheesy American movies such as Grease? If your answer is yes, then look no further than Zak’s Diner in Ottawa.