Showing posts from July, 2014

An OK Time at the Hunter's Horn

The Hunter's Horn  965 Dundas St W  Whitby, ON  L1P1L5  905-665-7395
My dad and I were looking for a bite one evening when we wandered upon the Hunter's Horn. Upon entering, we were immediately greeted, seated and your drink order was taken. Sweet. The d├ęcor is old and is in desperate need of an update. The booths are carpet had that dark pub red. Blah. They do have a nice patio though. They also host open mic night and showcase local talent. Gotta love that! 
The menu was short and sweet and the prices were pretty good. My dad picked Bangers & Mash and I went with the Philly Cheese with Minestrone Soup. I think he gets Bangers & Mash at every pub he goes to. he said it was alright, but he didn't leave a drop of gravy on his plate. Just ok, you say? My Philly Cheesesteak sandwich was good, once I got past the gristley pieces and fat. Lots of cheese, yummy peppers and the fresh baguette was what saved it. The soup could've used some help; n…

Takeout Tuesday - Mr. Jerk

Mr. Jerk  1166 Morningside Ave Toronto, ON M1B 3A4 416-724-9239
It's time to spice up your life! Mr. Jerk offers amazing Jamaican food at amazing prices. It's located in a plaza near Sheppard and Morningside. If this is what's on your mind for lunch, go early. The line up gets very long, very quickly at lunch time!
My co-workers have been there many times and urged me to go there to pick up lunch. When you hear your co-workers moaning about how good their lunch is, it MUST be good.
As I've mentioned in other posts, I'm not a spicy gal...well, I wasn't until today. I'm hooked. I went with the Chicken Roti and my co-worker picked up the Curry Goat. Just thinking of the smell of these dishes is making my mouth water. Did I mention the portions are HUGE? For a reasonable price, you can have lunch for a few days. 
Upon entering, you are immediately hungry. The smell of the slow cooked food has you instantly scouring the menu for your meal. The ladies there are fantastic…

Toronto's Festival of Beer - You Know You Want It

Toronto's Festival of Beer July 25-27, 2014 Bandshell Park, Exhibition Place
It's almost that magical time of year! It's The Festival of Beer! A 20 year long celebration of those delicious brews. Since it's a big anniversary, you know it's going to be good.
This year there will be over 300 brands from 60 different brewers on site. Now THAT is selection. Not to mention there will be wine AND ciders. If you can't find something you enjoy, you're crazy! 
Can't make a decision? They knew you might have some trouble. The people of the Beer Festival created trails throughout the weekend for your tasting pleasure. They've got trails for Ladies, Ciders, Gluten-Free and the EXTREME Beer Trail. Check one out! Try something new. You might find a new

Edmonton Visit! The Next Act Pub!

The Next Act Pub 8224 104 St NW Edmonton, AB T6E 4E6(780) 433-9345
So, I ended up in Edmonton for a weekend to attend a wedding. I can't let this blogging opportunity pass me by! My brother picked us up at the airport and we headed to our hotel. My brother lives in Calgary, so he wasn't familiar with Edmonton. I used my trusty list of restaurant recommendations from the super awesome Yelp community and off we went. 
Feeling lunchy and casual, we dropped into The Next Act. It has a small patio and lots of seating inside. It was bright and had friendly staff. My dad was there so, you know it's going to be an adventure for the staff. Heehee.