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This week’s happenings: 4 see-them-while-you-can events to catch this week
MONTREAL: GOURMAND TASTES
Status: Starts this week
Happening Gourmand month in Montreal featuring meals from eight of the city’s top restaurants at prix fixed rates.
When: Jan. 10 to Feb. 3.
Where: Eight restaurants in Old Montreal.
Buzzworthy notes: A choice of main courses (served with apps and dessert) starting at $15 for lunch and $23 for dinner. Yes, you should have wine with that.
TORONTO: CLEAN SLATE
Status: Now open
What: Get a fresh and pampered start to the new year with a visit to the
modern apothecary Jacob & Sebastian, which opened its second Toronto location last month.
When: Open Monday to Saturday, 11AM to 7PM; Sunday 12PM to 6PM.
Where: 27 Tank House Lane, The Distillery Historic District, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: The luxe TO apothecary houses Italian skin care lines, organic hair care products and lush home accessories – of both the essential and must-have-now variety.
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TORONTO: "COME WATSON, COME!"
Status: Opened this weekend
What: Leaf through the Toronto Public Library’s Arthur Conan Doyle Collection in the
Adventures with Sherlock Holmes exhibition.
When: On now to March 10.
Where: TD Gallery, Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: Plenty to uncover including rare and unusual books, manuscripts, artwork and artifacts related to the infamous literary Brit detective and his trusty companion, Dr. Watson.
TORONTO: CURTAIN CALL
Status: On stage this week
What: The Toronto Fringe presents the winter indie theatre fest,
the Next Stage Theatre Festival, at the Factory Theatre.
When: Closes Jan. 13.
Where: Factory Theatre, 125 Bathurst Street, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: The work of 10 “Fringe” artists plus the McAuslan Beer Tent – a fully heated and covered patio for the theatre community that’s exactly as it sounds.
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