Category Archive: city adventures

Food Review: Axis Gallery and Grill

veronica | Ever since I moved to the Junction 3 years ago, I’ve been boasting to Ashley and Jen about the fries from Axis, nicknamed “crack fries” for their addicting nature. While this… Continue reading

Food Review: Square-Boy Drive In

veronica | I have heard so much about Square-Boy Drive In through the years and knew this was a place I had to check out. There’s just something about a greasy dive that gets the taste buds… Continue reading

Food Review: Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria

veronica | Having fallen in love with Neapolitan style pizza, I had to give Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria a try after how delightful Pizzeria Libretto was. Famoso on Bloor is spacious, open and airy. They… Continue reading

Food Review: Buster’s Sea Cove

veronica | I first stumbled upon the Buster’s Sea Cove food truck last Summer on my way to Woofstock. Recently, I took the baby and Jen to St. Lawrence Market for lunch and to the wondrous… Continue reading

The Liebster Award

While CityGirlScapes has been around for a little while as kind of a hobby and distraction, it’s only been recently that we’ve fine tuned our voice and started taking things a bit more… Continue reading

City Adventure: Q&A with Author Josh Malerman

ashley | Every once in a while, a book comes out that completely steals my attention, to the point that I can’t stop talking about it. I don’t know what it is about… Continue reading

Food Review: Dairy Freeze

veronica | This divey joint has been around for ages but don’t let it’s old school appearance fool you; the food at Dairy Freeze is tasty! Having heard about this place for years… Continue reading

Food Review: Poutini’s House of Poutine

veronica | Having been a frequent consumer of Smoke’s Poutinerie for years, I was skeptical when Jen suggested that Poutini’s House of Poutine was superior in every way. Not one to shy away from such… Continue reading

City Adventure: RENT

The Lower Ossington Theatre is one of Toronto’s better kept secrets. The incredibly intimate theatre always hosts a season of fan favourites and no matter whom they cast; we have never once been… Continue reading