It’s been cold in the Halton Region recently.Like really cold.
Going out for Italian in Burlington is always a treat. There’s so much to choose from once you get there: bread, salad, calamari, pizza, pasta, meat, dessert, and of course, coffee.
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
For most people I know, burgers make up a major food group (because who doesn't love a good old slab of meat on a grill?!), and Oakville has no shortage of incredible options.
The smell of freshly baked bread is downright intoxicating and when I enter a bakery in Burlington I’m immediately reminded of why I spent so many years damaging my knees by running because kaiser
Pizza is one of life's simple pleasures for its universal qualities — it's easy to make, yet so convenient to pick up on your way home in Oakville. It's not fancy, though it may try, on occasion.
It’s officially that time of year again. When skiers and snowboarders come out of their summer hibernation ready to take on the winter.
Whether you like the winter season or not, there’s no denying that it can sometimes be a little bit hard to work up the courage to get outside and get moving when colder weather strikes.
Winter - a season that (usually) graces the region with wind, snow, ice, and frigid temperatures.
Halton's incredible food scene is always growing and improving.And in 2018 in particular, the region welcomed an abundance of incredible new restaurants.