I keep reflecting back on last weekend’s brunch at Sadie’s. Mmm… those huevos rancheros, the bottomless coffee, the sun shining in the window, the freshly squeezed grapefruit juice, the homey decor. On one hand I’m not sure I should go back, since it can’t possibly be as perfect as it was last week. On the other hand, how can I not?
If you decide to try your own Sadie’s experience, know this: there will be no meat. Sadie is said to be vegetarian.
You’ll find Sadie’s Diner and Juice bar on the corner of Adelaide street and Portland, east of Bathurst.
It seems the weather for hot beverages is here. David’s Tea is a great source for lovely hot teas and a fairly recent addition to a few of Toronto’s neighbourhoods, including Bloor West Village, Queen West and Yonge north of Eglington. David is a native Montrealer who travels the world in search of flavourful and exciting teas, and it shows: they have every type of tea you can imagine. The teas I’ve sampled have all been fantastic.
This is one of my favourite grafitti walls in Toronto. It is done by none other than Elicser. I could spend days looking at all the intricate details and forming a storyline around these images. You can see them live in the alley south of Queen Street West, West of Bathurst Street.
Check it out when you’re in the area.