Is it already January? Time has flown by lately especially since I’ve been so busy with a big project at work. I realized I haven’t posted about my holidays yet. Better late than never right? Toronto got hit by a big ice storm a few days before Christmas and my parent’s neighbourhood got hit hard losing power for over 110 consecutive hours. Needless to say, they couldn’t host and the decision was made to move our celebrations up to Barrie. So we piled into the car, trunk and laps full of presents, stockings, groceries, pots and pans and of course the requisite turkey and ham. We literally brought Christmas to my Grandpa’s – everything but the tree went with us.
Playa Cabana located on Dupont St. has been rated the city’s best taco and they recently opened up another restaurant, Playa Cabana Cantina, in the Junction. Ryan and I love tacos and so we had to go test them out on our recent excursion to the Junction. There is a great vibe inside the restaurant; the decor seemed very authentic with its bright neon signs…much better than other over-the-top, tackily decorated restaurants I’ve been to with cactuses and sombreros! There was a great bar area too!
On a whim, Ryan and I decided to spend last Saturday in the Junction. When our original plans fell through, we decided to explore a new area of Toronto that neither of us had been to before. Since food drives most things for us, we decided to try this new highly rated taco joint in the Junction. The restaurant is called Playa Cabana Cantina and you can read more about our food experience there soon. So purely because we wanted to try these tacos, we decided to go to the Junction to spend the afternoon. To my surprise, I discovered that the Junction is a wonderful area for people with Celiac Disease or gluten intolerances. Almost every little shop that I went into had something gluten free to eat!