Sorry for the late post! Been feeling unmotivated and lazy for the past couple of weeks (and still am) so I need to find new inspirations to help with this "writer's block". Anyway, I realized most people I know haven't heard about the Downton Abbey costume exhibit that was showcased at the Spadina Museum.
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Hello beauty enthusiasts!
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I love discovering new places to eat around the city. Especially the ones that aren't known to many. As I was surfing the internet, I came across this little French cafe on 9 Clarence Square (south of King/Spadina). It's not very noticeable it's located between the townhouses in the area. If you're looking for a quiet little space to have a late lunch, then this is the place to go.