There’s no need to feel that cottage fomo if you’re staying in the city this weekend, because there’s no shortage of events happening here in Toronto to keep you entertained. See below for this weekend’s musts!
Where To Go:
Dundas West Fest returns this weekend, and if you missed the Friday night kick-off party, you’ve still go all day Saturday (from 10am to midnight) to join in on the neighbourhood’s fun-filled day that includes music, art, food, dancing, shopping and more! Click HERE for details.
Are you a hungry foodie who’s down to support a great cause this weekend? If that’s the case, grab your ticket to Toronto Taste 2018 and head down to Corus Quay on Sunday to take part in the food festival (featuring some of the city’s biggest food stars) all in support of Second Harvest. Click HERE for tickets and more info.
What To See:
If you’re a fan of legendary rock photographer, Mick Rock, you’ll be excited to know that this Mick Rock exhibit at the Liss Gallery in Toronto’s Yorkville kicks off today until June 30th. Don’t miss it for a chance to see some of Mick’s greatest work up close, and the chance to shop his iconic photographs. Click HERE for more info.
What To Try:
There’s a new restaurant in town that got everyone buzzing, especially since it’s the latest offering from restauranteurs Jamie Cook, Max Rimaldi and Grant van Gameren Located on Richmond Street West, Rosalinda is a vegan Mexican restaurant with an interior designed to please your Instagram feed. Vegan or not, it’s worth a try. Click HERE. for more info.
What To Shop:
If tennis is your game, stop everything and check out the just-released tennis collection from our favourite Canadian activewear brand, MICHI. Although it’s been a while since we last picked up a racquet, this new collection is definitely giving us all the reasons to get back into it. Click HERE to shop now.
What To Buy:
Gala season is here, and if you’re looking to get in on the action, grab your ticket to Scrubs in The City happening on Thursday June 7th, 2018. All in support of SickKids, this is one annual party we never miss, and we can’t wait for this year’s Roman Holiday theme. Click HERE for more info and tickets!
(Story by Editor-in-Chief, Gracie Carroll)