Tim Bits and Relish (yummy) Bites

Two ends of the fine dining spectrum here.  I notice the Esso/Tim Horton’s at Greenwood is open for business.  I must say maintaining that theatre marquee is a nice touch.  Let’s hope it spurs a bit of a clean up of that intersection.

On the other end is Relish Bar and Grill, just past Woodbine on Danforth.  If you haven’t tried Relish, you are missing out one of the best restaurants in the neighbourhood and the city.  It’s fantastic.  And, starting September 1st, you can also do Relish for lunch.  Tues – Sat 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Sunday brunch from 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.  Very good news indeed.

Bike Racks At East Lynn

Mary-Margaret McMahon tells me that after three years of cajoling, the City is set to install bike racks at East Lynn Park.  They should be there sometime in the next few weeks.  Patience, they say, is a virtue.

Great Goofy Games

Speaking of East Lynn Park – our Vice Chair, Catherine Porter, was at a craft fair in Scarborough recently and they had these delightful games for the young ‘uns.  That got her thinking how great it would be if we had something similar for the Farmers’ Market and other DECA events.  Do you have the creativity, the skills and the desire to create some of these games to share with the community?  Let Catherine know at catherine_porter@rogers.com

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  1. Speaking of great food in our neighbourhood, we just had dinner at Melanie’s and oh, was it good. We just love their new menu. Highly recommend. The quality is outstanding, and the attention to detail, plus beautiful presentation. I don’t know how they manage to keep their prices so reasonable.

    Also, we ordered a chocolate cake from Celena’s a little while ago and it was deliciously fudgey. Next I’ll try Celena’s black forest cake, which is very inexpensively priced at under $20. Looks beautiful.

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