Photo courtesy of Buonanotte Toronto.TORONTO: OLD COUNTRY EATS Status: Just opened What: The upscale Italian restaurant, Buonanotte Montreal, becomes a sleek fixture on the TO restaurant circuit with the grand opening of Buonanotte Toronto. When: Lunch on Monday to Friday 11:30AM to 3PM; dinner on Monday to Saturday 5PM to 11:30PM. Where: 19 Mercer Street, Toronto. Buzzworthy notes: Many of head chef Davide Ianacci’s dishes (think agnolotti, gnocchi) are family recipes inherited from his mother and grandmother; gluten-free pasta is also available upon request. A live DJ spins every Wednesday to Saturday night, with bottle service beginning at 11:30PM. VANCOUVER: FASHION FILM Status: Now playing What: Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel, the doc on the legendar y Vogue editor, is now screening at the Vancouver International Film Centre. When: Mon. Jan 28 (6:30PM); Tues. Jan. 29 (8:45PM); Thurs. Jan 31 (4PM). Where: Vancity Theatre, Vancouver International Film Centre, 1181 Seymour Street, Vancouver. Buzzworthy notes: Directors Lisa Immordino Vreeland, Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt and Frédéric Tcheng capture the eccentric manner and exquisite eye of one of the most renowned American fashion editors of the 20th century. Read on for more fashionable events taking place across Canada this week! TORONTO: CANADIAN ID Status: Opens this week What: Opening night reception for After the Icon, the exhibit by textile artist Noelle Hamlyn at the Gladstone Hotel. When: Thurs. Jan. 31 7PM to 10PM Where: Vancity Theatre, Vancouver International Film Centre, 1181 Seymour Street, Vancouver. Buzzworthy notes: Explore all symbols Canadiana, from the Hudson’s Bay Company's stripes to the maple leaf in this visual arts display. Exhibit runs Wed. Jan 30 to Tues. Feb. 19; no cover. TORONTO: ELECTRIC CIRCUS Status: On this weekend What: An outdoor electric techno music fest Brrrrr! Winter Music Festival Toronto heats up the city this weekend. When: Feb. 1 and 2 Where: Echo Beach at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, 909 Lakeshore Blvd. West, Ontario Place, Toronto. Buzzworthy notes: A winter dance/music/visual arts fest complete with an outdoor main stage and 3D-set design, plus an indoor heated dome for escaping the cold. Two-day festival passes start at $40. Have an upcoming event you’d like us to feature? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org!