The DIY design aesthetic is taking the fashion world by storm this season. The trend first emerged in late 2016, rounding out the year with iconic looks like the Himumimdead custom script tee worn by A$ap Rocky during his Money Man short film. This aesthetic has inspired other major brands so far this season.
The cocktail and spirits industry is exploding, and Dushan Zaric was there in the beginning of the new rennaissance. As an owner of Employees Only and the 86 Company, Dushan has been a pioneer when it comes to revolutionizing cocktails, and how we make them. He has inspired countless bartenders and restaurant professionals all over the world, and when you talk to the guy, he is legitimately one of the most humble and kindest individuals you will ever meet.
Canadian Whisky is about to get its due. From the moment Don Draper took a swig of his manhattan, we have become obsessed with bourbon based cocktails. After that, the Japanese swooped in and bought up whisky distilleries from Scotland all the way down to Kentucky, but like everyone else, they slept on the Canadian rye grain.
Last summer, Chef Rich Wilson and his fiancée Lindsay Gordon opened their restaurant “Segue”, in the Glebe. Backed by the guidance of established restauranteur Ion Aimers (of The Works, Za Za Za and Wilf and Ada’s), Segue received positive reviews during its run. As the name implied, Segue served as a transition phase before a massive renovation and eventual reopening as “The Pomeroy House”.
December 9, 2014 @ 1:10am by Nana
“What Happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but what Happens in New Orleans goes home with you.” When it comes to US cities,  New Orleans  is truly as good as it gets. With beautiful landmarks, exquisitely prepared cuisine, historic bars, and jazz clubs with a laissez-faire attitude, there isn’t a day spent in this city that you will regret.