Happy Weekend, friends! From the Bumble Hive that’s landed in Toronto to celebrating Cinco de Mayo the best way possible, here are this weekend’s musts!
What To Make:
We are seriously #blessed to have Cinco de Mayo land on a Saturday this year–thank you, 2018! And what better way to celebrate than with an amazing margarita in hand? If you’re looking for the best recipe ever that you can make at home, don’t miss out on trying this Pineapple Basil Margarita Recipe inspired by a restaurant in Sayulita, Mexico.
Where To Shop:
Toronto-based jewellery designer, Michelle Ross, is hosting an open studio sale this weekend from May 5th to May 6th at 15 Case Goods Lane, Studio 2016, in the historical Distillery District. Bonus: pop by Mexican restaurant El Catrin around the corner to celebrate Cinco de Mayo on Saturday.
What To Buy:
If skincare is your jam, take note of the new Organic Cotton Face Cloths that have just been launched by local cult favourite, Province Apothecary. Ideal for gently removing dirt and makeup, these reusable cloths feature a smooth side and a lightly textured side for the ultimate addition to your skin cleansing ritual.
Where To Go:
Bumble Hive’s TO space has been designed by Kastor and Pollux
Bumble Hive has landed in Toronto for three days only with a jam-packed schedule filled with empowering female-focused programming. Free to attend by showing your Bumble profile at the door, this “buzz-worthy” event will feature talks and performances from notable names such as Erin Foster, Jenny Bird, Erin Kleinberg, Amber Joliat and more. You can find the Bumble Hive at 950 Queen Street West in Toronto, click HERE for more info.
What To Eat:
Has the nice weather got you in the mood for ice cream? You’re in luck. iHalo Krunch as popped up at Lululemon on Queen Street West for the rest of the summer. Famous for its charcoal ice cream, iHalo will be serving up a unique menu featuring flavours like Ube-Nut, Matcha, Vietnamese Coffee and Lychee. Pop-up hours are Monday to Saturday from 12-8pm and Sunday from 12-7pm.
(story by Editor-in-Chief, Gracie Carroll)