by Andrew Coppolino | November 2023 Making spirits bright and keeping the beverage alcohol light: cocktails and mocktails […]
by Andrew Coppolino | October 2023 Eins, zwei, drei … zehn! Set your Google Trip Planner, appoint your
by Andrew Coppolino | October 2022 Meats and local cheeses … checkHouse-made pickles and focaccia …
BY ANDREW COPPOLINO | JANUARY 2022 The old saying is that breakfast is the most important meal of
BY ANDREW COPPOLINO | DECEMBER 2021 If you’re hunkering down and staying doors during the year’s coldest weather,
By Megan Honan | December 2021 With the holidays in full swing, why not consider something
January 2022 Patios aren’t just for summer anymore: in Waterloo Region we’re embracing winter and gathering around the
BY ANDREW COPPOLINO | January 2022 Canadians each eat about three boxes of KD every year, easily
by Andrew Coppolino | October 2021 From Brisbane, the capital of southeastern Australia’s Queensland “Sunshine State,”
By Andrew Coppolino | September 2021 My late uncle used to tell a story about some
Lockdowns and physical distancing have helped keep us safe during the pandemic — but they’ve wreaked havoc on our social lives. Now that Ontario is well into step three of its reopening plan, we’re here with some fantastic date night ideas across Waterloo Region.
The pandemic has contributed to the growth of local craft beer and small-batch breweries, which have seen a boost in sales as they continued to gain market share. Here’s a sampling of a few local breweries and what they have on the brew menu for the summer months.
Culinary Tourism Alliance – Indoor dining is currently shut down across Ontario, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some of the best restaurants our province has to offer. Here are some of our favourite spots to order takeout in Wateroo Region.
Throughout Waterloo Region, tacos rule – and not only on “Taco Tuesdays.” Looking for a fresh fold on the humble taco? We’ve put together a list of “alternative” tacos that hold the meat and amp up the vegetarian and plant-based flavours.
You can celebrate your birthday, baby shower, graduation, anniversary, and any other milestones safely from home. With a little creativity, you can make the moments you’re experiencing now, into cherished memories worthy of reminiscing.
Lightspeed – When the pandemic hit communities globally in the spring of 2020 and tourism came to a screeching halt, EcoCafe founder and owner Edward Denyer had to think fast. He started getting creative, rethinking methodology, adopting new technologies and redesigning the cafe space.
Four Fathers Brewing in Cambridge was selected to win the Ontario By Bike award for their efforts in and excelling at providing services and a welcome to cyclists visiting their locations as well as supporting cycling within their community.
The patios in the Charcoal Group of Restaurants have been open since February 25, according to managing partner Jody Palubiski. More than ever during the pandemic, patios have become a critical part of a restaurant’s business model.
Maple syrup is a year-long favourite condiment and ingredient and one with a very long history that needs to be acknowledged. Long before Europeans arrived in North America and introduced the honeybee, Canada’s indigenous peoples were drawing sap from trees and creating the sweet elixir: maple syrup
From its first appearance at the Kitchener Market in 2019, to its current location in the Preston area of Cambridge, La Lola Catering has provided an authentic Spanish cooking experience to Waterloo Region.
Culinary Tourism Alliance – With our series, Kitchen Party, we’re sitting down with Feast On Chefs to get to know them and the local foods that inspire them a little better. Meet Chef Denis Hernandez of Swine and Vine restaurant in Kitchener.