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I’ve been busier than usual as of late and have neglected to write anything besides post pics of quotes that I love or have found. I wanted to quickly give a couple recommendations to people in the Toronto area for restaurants. Usually, I find myself going to the bigger or more popular names but this past weekend I have come across two amazing places that I just have to share. I tried Fresh on Spadina, which is a vegan restaurant. At first, I was hesitant because I love my meat but after having one glance at the menu, I knew I not only would find something but I’d also love it. We ordered a quinoa onion ring to start and I got a Buddha bowl which consisted of a lot of vegetables and basmati rice. I can’t even express how amazing it all tasted. The portions were huge, I literally had to take more than half home and everything tastes just as the name of the restaurant, fresh. The second place I went to was called The Federal, which was the cutest little spot I’ve been to in Toronto. The food was good (even though I got breakfast and I’m not huge on it) but what I loved even more than that was the feel of the place. The area was super hispter but it felt both chic and quiet and I totally pictured this little joint in a cute neighbourhood in LA. If you’re ever in Toronto and want to try something that isn’t recommended as a “must do” but will be equally satisfied, these two spots will not be a disappointment. xx 
Here are some photos!

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And here are some from The Federal.

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13 thoughts on “🍹

  1. Good to know. I’ll be visiting Toronto very soon, and am always looking for new places to eat.

  2. I don’t remember that we’ve talked before so I came to say thank you for reading my blog I believe you stopped at haiku number 14. Being older you’re a wonderful affirmation of my days in the 60s when I said the same thing, about I’m not going to die without having gone and done it, so I went and I did and I don’t regret it. I live just below the Canadian border in Vermont and it will never hurt me to have the name of two good restaurants in Toronto, have fun and keep sending news.

    Alexander

    • Thank you for the comment Alexander. Sounds like you had really fun times, no regrets ! The restaurants I mentioned are wonderful, I promise but if you ever come by I am more than happy to recommend more places… Can’t wait to read some of your posts !

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