This park is currently under renovation. Half of the park is open. This is a leash on dog park and occasionally you will see dogs off lead. The upper level of the park has benches for sitting and boasts a lovely garden. The lower park hosts a neighbourhood party every May.
William Maddox is the church's organist and choir director. Bill is a very accomplished organist and invites colleagues to perform on YPBC's magnificent Casavant organ. The programs run from 12:30 to 12;55 on many Wednesdays but check the church's website to ensure a concert is planned for the day you plan to attend.
Toronto is not a flashy city but rather a city of hidden treasures. It's ravines, of which the Moore Park Ravine is just one, follow the creek systems that empty into either the Don or Humber river. When you look at a map of Toronto and see a long green stretch, that is a ravine. Most are 10-20 stories below...
This place is not fancy, but the food is amazing!
It reminds me of a New York hot spot. A true gem that focuses of flavour and not hype. Quick in and out sandwiches (I’ve never experienced super friendly customer service here in 20+ times) by typical Torontontarians on the go.
The pulled pork, brisket and chicken are all amazingly...
We enjoyed the excellent tasting menu. The soup made us swoon - velvety leek with sundried tomato toasts. And the deliciousness kept coming. Both the chef and the waiter in this small restaurant were attentive and made us feel welcome and at home. I highly recommend this restaurant for outstanding, upscale Spanish / Basque cuisine. We will be back.
The food and service here were great. Reasonable prices considering the quality of the food. Oysters and mussels to start were delicious. Love the offer of a half order of pasta. The pasta was perfectly cooked and the sauce excellent. Not too loud but great energy in the room.