Robbie Burns Day is on January 25 and, as is customary, we show some link love to BlogTO who compile one of the best “things to do” list out there, so … The top 10 events for Robbie Burns Day in Toronto. p.s. We can vouch for The Caledonian, excellent place.
This is the third in our occasional “Behind the scenes of …” series that pulls back your gran’s curtains to take a peek behind everything British in Toronto. So far, we’ve gone behind the scenes of a fish and chip shop and a football blog and podcast. Today we’re upping the game and going behind […]
So on Thursday Brits in Toronto was invited to attend the British Beverage Showcase, pitched thus: “British Consul General Kevin McGurgan, OBE invites you to an exclusive trade tasting event featuring exciting newly released UK beverages and mixers. Guests are invited to discover a selection of UK products recently launched or coming soon to the […]
From the Brits that brought you The Feisty Jack, we have word that their restaurant — Spitfire Kitchen — is now open for business. From their Facebook group: Spitfire Kitchen is now open. As of now we will be open from 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. we are […]
The Feisty Jack is one of Brits in Toronto’s favourite food trucks. We reviewed it here and gave it a rare Brits in Toronto 5/5 stars. This is why. We have ears all over the city, and the word on the street is that The Feisty Jack is opening a new RESTAURANT IN TORONTO this […]
Just by coming to Toronto — leaving your friends, family and decent Baked Beans behind — and trying to make a new life already makes you successful in our eyes. It’s a bold step. Good job too as Eric Gruber’s only been here about two months and the ratio of Successful Brits in Toronto to […]
Wow, what a few months it’s been since Brits in Toronto launched — we’re truly chuffed and honoured about the warm reception the site has received. Our Twitter account has 172 followers — not bots, but real, intelligent and attractive people — and we aim to double that to at least 344 by this time […]
After my in-depth and extremely well-written preview of The British Isles Show, I was lucky enough to be granted a free ticket, so — disclaimer — I was here today on somebody else’s coin. Thank you to the organizers! Unfortunately getting there just slightly too late for a pint with the tousle-haired Marc Baylis, alias “Rob […]