2. Spirits by Karoo Ashevak (photo courtesy of the Museum of Inuit Art)
1. Crunching into stone-baked pizzas and grilled panini at Café Uno in the the Distillery Historic District.
2. Marveling at finely crafted stone and bone carvings at the Museum of Inuit Art.
3. Horses and llamas and cows (oh my!), plus a giant vegetable competition and more at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.
4. Admiring Grace Kelly’s glamourous gowns, Oscar and more at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.
5. Savouring straight-from-the-tandoor-oven naan—alongside chicken tikka and palak paneer—at Little India. (more…)
Toronto hosts music, theatre and funnymen this weekend!
Friday: Catch God Made Me Funky at the Beaches International Jazz Festival
Friday, July 17
Experience the energy of soulful ensemble God Made Me Funky at the Beaches International Jazz Festival.
Savour the spice of Southern Accent with its Summerlicious prix fixe menu—your choice of mains includes Bourbon Street blackened chicken, Louisiana catfish or Creole jambalaya.
Saturday: Share a chuckle with John Cleese
Saturday, July 18
Indulge in some regal relaxation at Truefitt and Hill, barbers to British royalty since 1805, where a hot-towel shave and stress-relief massage are among the traditional treatments offered to dapper gents.
Witness iconic English comedian John Cleese as he cracks wise at Massey Hall during the Just for Laughs Festival.
Sunday: Make The Sound of Music one of your favourite things.
Sunday, July 19
Fall in love with the Von Trapp family all over again: The Sound of Music has a matinee performance at the Princess of Wales Theatre.
Head to the Harbourfront Centre for food, music and lucha libre wrestlers (!) on the final day of Mexico, Beyond Your Expectations, part of Harbourfront’s ongoing World Routes programming.