Thursday, May 11, 2017

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Ossington Station particles, art on the platform in Toronto

Tim Hortons perfectly uncomplicate latte price and review

It's $2.99 (3 bucks|), but it's probably one of the highest quality products Tim Hortons has come out with. They are not known for quality, they are mostly known for speed, consistency, and price. This item disobeys two of those three tenets as it takes longer than usual to make (for a Tim's product) and is pricier. But the quality is good. The foam at the top tastes good as it is boasted to have top shelf Canadian milk, and the coffee and milk combo under the foam is quite good. It's on par with with a Starbucks offers and perhaps better. It may not be up to the standards of most independent coffee chains, but in terms of a large generic coffee shop entity, it's better than expected and a great improvement from their old latte offerings.

Cabin Fever arcade bar

1669 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1A6. 

They have a few pinball machines, a couple of games like Asteroids, Ms Pacman, Donkey Kong and another machine that has a bunch of games on it. $5 is the cover to play unlimited amounts of games. 

Sunday, April 16, 2017

387 Queen St West

Was Katie Fashion, now Ollie Quinn, as seen as this pic above from April 2017.

362 Bloor St West

Was Shakespeare's Cafe, then Cluck Grunt & Low, then the Puck and Grill Sports Bar, now The Puck Sports Bar and Grill.

444 Bloor Street West

Was Inti Crafts, thenAnnex Photo & Digital Imaging, now it is "Common Sort", as shown in the picture above from April 2017.

594 Bloor Street West

This was Cretech Beauty Supplies but not Glass Monocle Eyecare, as seen by the picture above taken in April 2017.