Wander along Bagshot Row, walk across the distinctive double-arched bridge and sink a couple of pints at the Green Dragon Inn. Continue Reading →
Beyond the rushing falls and flashing casinos lay Ontario’s only 56-kilometer outdoor adventure museum. A collection of parks, gardens, cycling and hiking trails; Niagara Parks is changing the way visitors experience the historic and picturesque region.
With its gorgeous scenery, top notch eats, outdoor adventures, and of course natural wonders, Niagara is the perfect getaway for active travellers. This trip turned from wine sipping and wax museums to unexplored wonders all skipped on my 8th grade class trip. Continue Reading →
Too often, rail travel gets labelled as the vehicle of the unadventurous traveller. But the truth is, there’s no better way to see the Western Canada than by riding the rails on the Rocky Mountaineer, the only passenger-based train permitted to use the Canadian National Railway. So before you dismiss rail riding, here are five reasons to travel by train across Western Canada: Continue Reading →
Try not to salivate! Eat Drink Travel’s correspondent explores the sumptuous side of Floripa, a surfing destination along the coast of Brazil. Continue Reading →
Would you rather be in a dark, enclosed space or hanging from a rope 400 metres off the ground? You can do both in Arbraska Lafleche Park. Continue Reading →
Spring is here! For real this time…I think. That means bike rides, gloveless jogging, walking places, and long upward hikes. It also means cool winds, unpredictable temperatures, and rain. Instead of waiting for a blazing dry sun to hit the great outdoors, EDT has teamed up once again with LiveOutThere to test The Stretch Ozonic Jacket by inimitable Mountain HARDWEAR.
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Boston is a historic city, but it’s also a prime destination for beer and baseball lovers. Our behind the scenes tour of Fenway Park and Harpoon Brewery. Continue Reading →
Hole In Wall Box is a monthly box service that let’s you taste local delights from some of the world’s greatest cities.
Handmade goods and organic treats from fantastic local small businesses around the world delivered bi-monthly are selected using a shop-local mentality.
Each month is a new surprise of chocolates, candies, lotions, spices and more from artisans, food companies, gourmet goods, and even mom-and-pop shops each selected and shipped with love.
A great way to treat yourself or someone else–Mother’s Day is coming y’all—Hole In Wall boxes bring the farmer’s market right to your door.
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Everyone tells you that hiking Peru’s Inca Trail “isn’t that bad.” I believe ‘moderate fitness’ is the requirement listed on most travel websites.
Well, I’m here to tell you the real story: they’re lying.
Hiking the trail to Machu Picchu was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. Continue Reading →
Legend says that these nine lonely islands, 1300km off the coast of Portugal, are leftovers from Atlantis. In reality, the Azores were born out of volcanic activity, and first settled by Europeans starting in the 1400s. The “Hawaii of the Atlantic” is teeming with wildlife, outdoor adventure, spa offerings, and incredible gastronomy. Continue Reading →
1, 2, 3, shake! Cast your vote and have the the ultimate cocktail experience at the largest mixology competition in Canada. MadeWithLove is back in Toronto on April 4th at the Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex to offer you an extravagant night of creative cocktails. Continue Reading →
So before you start talking smack about the Emerald Isle’s food scene, read about these six fabulous foodie experiences in Ireland. And yes, some involve Guinness! Continue Reading →
A winter getaway to Ontario’s Highlands, just a few hours outside of Toronto. Come wintertime, this natural playground is equipped with outdoor adventure, gastronomy, and maple sugar shacks galore. Continue Reading →
A look inside Francobollo Posto Italiano, a new Italian restaurant in North York. Continue Reading →
We head to the snowy hills of Gatineau Park to test the Women’s Revo Ascent Snowshoes from MSR and LiveOutThere.com Continue Reading →
With its beaches, food and drink, arts scene, and quaint country vibe, Prince Edward County is a popular summer destination in Ontario, and one that eagerly welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors each season. But The County doesn’t go into hibernation come November. As Eat Drink Travel discovered on a recent winter getaway, the off-season may very well be the precise time to get an authentic sense of what this region has to offer. Continue Reading →
After a two-hour flight from Toronto and I find myself on the islands of South-West Florida. Known as Captiva, Sanibel, and Cabbage Key, these islands encircle central Fort Myers where long white sandy beaches await laid-back, sun-seekers like me. Rich with natural beauty and legendary tales of pirates, poets, and naturists, I set out to explore the region’s best in island hopping adventures.
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Eat less meat. And when you do eat meat, make it count. That’s the mantra at The Butcher & the Vegan, a new Hamilton restaurant specializing in haute vegan cuisine and local farm-to-table meats.
Walking into this ethical eatery, guests feel instantly at ease. The Butcher & the Vegan boasts a casual vibe, complete with mismatched chairs and tables and a welcoming open concept kitchen.
The “butchers” (aka meat-eaters) who have been frequenting the restaurant swear it’s the best filet mignon they’ve ever had. Meanwhile, vegans savour the creative and thoughtfully prepared gourmet options. Continue Reading →
Too often, Canadian vacationers overlook Puerto Rico as a sun destination. But this lively island just south of Miami is filled with history, culture, ecotourism, and an incredible food scene. Here are six things you probably didn’t know about Puerto Rico, as well as excellent reasons why you should visit: Continue Reading →