Posts Tagged ‘danforth’

  • Where to Eat in Toronto: Athens Pastries

    on Mar 19, 13 • in Danforth, East, Eat, Restaurants and Cafes • with Comments Off on Where to Eat in Toronto: Athens Pastries


    Delicious spanakopita, sticky sweet treats and great value make Athens Pastries a winner when you're deciding where to eat in Toronto with kids

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  • Spas in Toronto: Tips Nail Bar & Spa

    on Jan 13, 12 • in Danforth, For You • with 2 Comments

    Spas in Toronto, Tips Nail Bar & Spa nail polish selection

    Are the winter blahs bringing you down? Take a tired mom; add a cozy chair; a dash of feisty girl talk; an abundance of sassy nail colours; throw in a variety of spa treatments and voilà: a recipe for winter rejuvenation. And no one in the East End cooks up winter spa fun better than Tips Nail Bar & Spa. I recently visited Tips for a little pick-me-up in the form of a pedicure and was not disappointed. Manicures and More Walking into Tips feels more like walking into a friend’s apartment than a typical spa

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  • The Combine Eatery: A Family-Friendly Restaurant

    on Jan 11, 12 • in Danforth, Eat, Neighbourhoods, Restaurants and Cafes • with Comments Off on The Combine Eatery: A Family-Friendly Restaurant

    Taquitos at the Combine Eatery

    Southern Californian cooking has ventured north with the arrival of The Combine Eatery on the Danforth. This relatively new restaurant is a welcome addition to the neighbourhood

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  • Kids products: Danforth Shopping at 100-Mile Child

    on Dec 19, 11 • in Danforth, For Kids • with 2 Comments

    100 Mile Child Danforth

    As the holidays approach, it always seems like there are so many people to buy for and deciding what to buy can be a bit of a challenge. In the spirit of supporting local businesses, I paid a visit to 100-Mile Child on The Danforth to start my holiday shopping. This unique store opened on a year ago with the goal to stock as much merchandise as possible from suppliers within 100 miles.  All the products in the store are ethical, local and non-toxic. Owner Kate MacDonald and her husband Ian Rodhouse decided to create

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