When it comes to meeting up with friends for a share platter in Oakville, my philosophy is consistent: Go big or go home.
Gelato isn’t ice cream, OK? Certainly, you sophisticated Oakville and Burlington residents know the difference.
When I go to Thailand I’m planning to buy a handful of forgiving dresses (because let’s face it: pants are leg prison) so I can eat and eat and eat until a legit food coma sets in but until then, T
Shawarma has easily become one of the most recognizable staples of Mediterranean cuisine, and an after-hours favourite among Oakville’s club-goers and low-key revellers alike.
I’ve never had a sweet tooth but when I’m out in Oakville, eating my way across town, I’m often tempted to try something from the dessert menu.
My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard …
The very best poutine you’ll find is in Quebec, obviously, but we’re a six-hour drive (or one-hour flight) away and in Oakville there are some interesting spins on the classic Canadian comfort food
A basket of fries should replace birthday cake, I firmly believe, regardless of whether you're celebrating at a Mediterranean restaurant in downtown Oakville, a fun bar along Brant St.
Canada’s Wonderland is the country’s largest and oldest theme park. The 330-acre park been around since 1981, boasting a wealth of attractions and fun for people across the GTA and even beyond.
It’s no secret that Halton is beautiful, but if you’re itching to enjoy the outdoors with a stunning waterfall that’s perfect for your next Instagram post, you’ve come to the right place.