A definitive leader in fine Italian dining for over a decade, Tremonti Ristorante has pleased the palates of Vaughan residents since 1986. This long-term success is without a doubt a testament to its gastronomic flair and steadfast commitment to culinary achievements.
Named after three famous mountains in the Abruzzo region of Italy, Tremonti is known for its fresh seafood and fine-cut meats. With such unique dishes as the renowned pappardelle and wild bore, Tremonti’s menu is anything but boring. “A lot of people come here for our homemade gnocchi in a pheasant ragu,” says owner Claudio Librando. “And of course, our wine list is designed to quench any demand.” Read more
When people decide to head to Europe for a visit, places like Rome, Paris, London and Madrid spring to mind almost immediately. But there is another little jewel in Europe – a place rich in history, culture and beauty. That place is Brussels, Belgium.
The first thing you notice when arriving in Brussels, Belgium is the wildly divergent architecture around you. The striking buildings that have stood for hundreds of years share terrain with wonderfully eccentric Art Nouveau buildings designed by native Belgian architect Victor Horta. The one thing that’s consistent about the look of Brussels is its inconsistency. The reason for this is that Belgium has been conquered so many times over the centuries – by the Spanish, the Germans, the French and the English – that the city reflects the diverse looks of all those different cultures. Read more