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Juan in a Million Mexican Food & Toronto 2015 PanAM Games Torch Relay

July 5, 2015


This is a shout out for all of you to try my business partner’s Abe Wornovitzky’s cooking. Come to his delicious pop-up, Juan in a Million Mexican Food at Earlscourt Park (1200 Lansdowne Avenue, Toronto) to celebrate the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games Torch Relay arrival. Together with Chef María Guadalupe Barrios, they are going to […]

La Hacienda

November 9, 2014


I promise this would be the last bday-related post…I am not even spelling the word (insert unsure sweet smile here). I finally got to try La Hacienda as my EyeCandyTO business partner, Abe Wornovitzky, treated me to a dinner here after a successful shoot. Let me just say that I am feeling more than pampered […]

Agave y Aguacate – Permanently closed

August 11, 2014


After a long day working, Abe and I actually found energy to extend the night with dinner at Agave y Aguacate.  The first time we came here, it was a Monday night and we left feeling silly that we didn’t check their schedule.  That night we came back,  dinner at Agave y Aguacate was in […]

@ElcatrinCA #Elcatrinlaunch

July 25, 2013


Let me just start this post to say that this meal was one of my most memorable.  From the time I approached the patio, to walking in gawking at the elaborate interiors, to the vast variety of food we enjoyed, to the one of the most attentive service,  I must say I was beyond impressed.  […]

#LuxMexAvocado with @MissAvaCado and @KennedyCatering

April 22, 2013


When I received an invitation from Faye Clack Communications Account Manager Joanne D’ Souza to come and attend a brunch to feature avocados, I did not even think about it and accepted the invite.  I am fond of avocados as I grew up eating them as sweet smoothies or ice popsicle.  It was only here […]

Sneaky Dees

April 19, 2012


When in downtown, I normally go north or south using the Bathurst St. route.   Each time I pass Bathurst and College, right in the southeast corner, it would be virtually impossible to miss how lively and jampacked the corner restaurant/concert venue.  Sneaky Dee’s has been pulling people in since the 80’s and it is quite […]