Dine LA at Erven

I used to love Toronto's Winterlicious and Summerlicious, two culinary events where restaurants across the city offer a fixed price menu for a limited period of time, with prices ranging from $15-25 for lunch and $25-45 for dinner. I remember back in high school, my friends and I even had lunch at the CN Tower… Continue reading Dine LA at Erven

July Favourites

I like the month of July - smack in the middle of the summer, when you know you still have one more month afterwards before reality strikes again in September. This month, I've been busy studying for my GMAT, catching up with friends and family, and traveling to LA for two weeks. Here are my… Continue reading July Favourites

8 LA Things to Do

There are some things in life you can only ever experience in Los Angeles, such as movie screenings inside a cemetery, or a food market where people line up for almost half an hour to eat deep fried shrimps from the inside of a pineapple. Either way, here are some things that I think are… Continue reading 8 LA Things to Do

California Dreamin’

Despite it being my third time going to LA in the span of twelve months, I still love the city so much and am always able to find new things to do or new places to check out. Although I have to study while I'm here (GMAT cramming), it's also become a good excuse to… Continue reading California Dreamin’

Best Foods in Toronto

One of the things that I appreciate most about Toronto is the diversity of foods available. From Thai to Cuban, I can probably do a world food tour in this one city. I used to have a "one time restaurant" rule, where I would try to go to a restaurant only once so that I… Continue reading Best Foods in Toronto