The 2014 Distillery District Holiday Gift Guide: SPLURGE

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  Here it is, the final week of the first ever 2014 Distillery District Holiday Gift Guide.  For the last 3 weeks we highlighted items available in the area for $25 & Under, $50 & Under and $100 & Under.  The Distillery District has a reputation as a great place to purchase high-end gifts, we’re […]

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The 2014 Distillery District Holiday Gift Guide: $100 And Under

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  For the last two weeks we’ve been highlighting the businesses of the Distillery District and the incredible products you can find at their stores.  The neighbourhood has long been a great place to visit for a coffee and stroll but is also home to a wonderful community.  The Case Goods Warehouse is part of […]

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The 2014 Distillery District Holiday Gift Guide: $50 And Under

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Last week we released our first ever edition of the Distillery District Gift Guide for gifts under $25.  There were some great finds in there and this week we’re continuing with gifts between $26-$50.  From traditional Christmas Baskets to undergarments, this week will surely delight everyone. 1) Recycled Wool Arm Warmers, Susan Harris Design, $32, […]

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The 2014 Distillery District Holiday Gift Guide: $25 And Under

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  It has been a busy year for everyone in the Distillery District.  We’ve welcomed new tenants like Heel Boy, Gilding the Lily, Maisonette, Cluny Restaurant and more – other businesses have flourished and become great partners in the community.  It is with these advancements in mind that we are proud to present our first […]

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Summer of Love: ‘Our Wedding’

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 La Maison de Haute Couture Carmelina Digrigoli & Michael Corradino’s Wedding at The Fermenting Cellar Saturday, July 13, 2013   The magic of the runway for Michael and I is about enjoying and indulging into the finer things in life. It brings creativity into a realm of bespoke fashion infused with one’s most intimate and […]

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Summer of Love: Chocolate

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Chocolate. Women cry for it, men die for it. Out of all the commodities ever traded by humans, chocolate is easily considered the most beautiful. More brilliant than diamonds, coveted than gold, edible than the iPhone 6, the elegant curves of a hand-crafted truffle are nothing less than stunning.  The Distillery District has been called […]

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Summer of Love: Our History and Heritage

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Every great empire has started out as but an idea in the mind of someone wanting better lives. The scope of how big a business, a country, a culture becomes is relative to the environment and size of the idea. In the eyes of a miller and his partner from England, their idea started small […]

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Summer of Love: Shoes

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The Industrial Era of the mid-1800’s brought massive change to Europe and rest of the world shortly thereafter. The ability to mass produce goods quickly and cheaply allowed factories to drive down retail prices and afforded the everyman an opportunity to purchase items instead of salivating in front of store windows. Items as simple as […]

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Summer of Love: Guilty Pleasures

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In the deepest reaches of a human’s mind reside the pleasure centre and just to the right of that, the guilty pleasure zone. The guilty pleasure zone is often occupied by things like chocolate-covered fudge ice-cream deep fried and smothered in peanut butter – also One Direction. The Distillery has long been known as a […]

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Summer of Love: Beer and the Distillery

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Great beer lives here and it’s notoriously good. The Distillery District was once home to the largest distilled alcohol operation on the planet and for many years also produced beer. Where before, Gooderham and Worts sent whisky across the world (even during the later days of Ontario and American prohibition), three-time Canadian Brewery of the […]

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