Giveaway! Tickets to The Gourmet Food & Wine Expo up for Grabs.

Giveaway! Tickets to The Gourmet Food & Wine Expo up for Grabs.

Hands Up – Who loves food and wine as much as I do? Enter to win 1 of 2 pairs of tickets for your chance to sample over 1,500 fine wines, spirits and beers from around the globe at The Gourmet Food and Wine Expo, Nov 20 – 23 at the Metro Convention Centre downtown […]

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Dark soft leather seats, beautiful red wines and dim romantic lighting – these are the thoughts that cross my mind when I think of a classic steakhouse. A few weeks ago I was invited to visit Morton’s The Steakhouse in Yorkville (4 Avenue Road) and it was all those things and more. It was my […]

Belly Busters on King St.

Belly Busters on King St.

Fresh ingredients, soft bread and all the meat you could possible want stuffed into a sandwich is what makes a Belly Buster Submarine. Add your favorite condiments and the fact that these guys have been rocking out these sandwiches for the last 40 years and you’ve got a winning combination. I visited Belly Buster’s new […]

Lou Dawg’s Southern BBQ

Lou Dawg’s Southern BBQ

Smoky, saucy, messy and meaty are all words that come to mind when I think about BBQ. I’m talking about the real down south home cooking type of BBQ and lucky for us we can find it right here in Toronto. Lou Dawg’s at King and Portland is not like anything else in the area. […]

Chef Steve Gonzalez At Brant House

Chef Steve Gonzalez At Brant House

We walked into the dimly lit Brant House on a beautiful Thursday evening and our ears were filled with the sounds of Mexican bolero and mariachi music. The venue that is usually decked out with disco balls, top 40 and jagerbombs was now full of long communal tables ready for a Latin inspired feast. We […]

Lunch at Brioche Doree

Lunch at Brioche Doree

As I walked through the large doors of Brioche Doree, the new Parisian inspired bakery at the corner of King and Bathurst, my nose was filled with the smells of toasty and sweet buttery goodness.  The new kid on the block may be new to Toronto however; Brioche Doree can be found in many other […]

Could Erin Loves Food Be A TV Host?

Could Erin Loves Food Be A TV Host?

A little while ago I was asked to audition for The E Network to be the host of a new TV show about where celebrities eat while they are in Toronto. The show didn’t end up happening but I had so much fun making this video and would love more opportunities like this one – […]

17 Steps Restaurant and Bar

17 Steps Restaurant and Bar

As I walked up to 17 Step’s Bloor and Runnymede location I was not sure what to expect as I descended to its front door. The underground space was a lot larger than I would have thought. It was full of wood beams, blue and green colours, beautiful unique art work on the walls, delicious smells and […]

Toronto Festival of Beers 2012

Toronto Festival of Beers 2012

The one event that I look forward to the most during the beautiful and hot summer months has come and gone. The Annual Toronto Beer Festival has once again given me great memories, the inside scoop on the newest brews, a little 80’s music dance party, some sun and a little big of a hangover. This […]

The Old Toronto Beer Tour

The Old Toronto Beer Tour

I think anyone who knows me or has read my blog knows that I am a huge beer lover. I love learning about what makes each brewing process unique and what it takes to make different tasting beers. I always look for something new to try when I hit the LCBO and have had quite […]

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