A stylish new boutique comes to Hillcrest
Plus a world-renowned steak house and a new modern Japanese eatery
Just in time for party dress season, has opened
Honey in Hillcrest Mall. The Toronto boutique specializes in curated fashions for women, including coats and parkas, knitwear and flirty party dresses of all cuts and colours from cool and unique brands like Lipsy, Fox the Label, 7 for all Mankind and Free People. Since launching at Bayview Village in 2003, the brand has expanded to nine locations across the GTA (9350 Yonge St., 905787-0060)
A new healthy food market has opened up shop in Vaughan. is a one-stop shop for
Nature’s Emporium sustainable living, offering organic produce, herbal remedies and supplements and natural and organic bath products and cosmetics. Along with offering products from sustainable and eco-friendly brands, it’ll soon be able to carry products in bulk, like olive oil and vinegar, to keep customers living their best zero-waste lives (8401 Weston Rd., 365-527-2466).
Richmond Hill just got a new modern Japanese restaurant. offers all the hits, like chicken
Kitano Sushi and salmon teriyaki and unagi don, but it’s not afraid to mix it up: Diners can try the anchovy edamame, which is marinated with garlic, sesame oil and anchovies, or the salmon carpaccio, topped with salmon roe, onion, garlic chips and soy vinaigrette (13162 Yonge St., 289-234-8887).
The first opened in New
Ruth’s Chris Steak House Orleans in 1965, and since then, it has slowly turned into a global phenomenon, with 155 locations across the world. And now it has landed in Markham: Diners can cut into the sizzling steaks, served on 500º plates; NOLA-inspired apps; and seafood towers. Ruth’s offers a lunch and dinner menu, as well as having happy hour all week long from 5 to 7 p.m. (170 Enterprise Blvd., 647-794-0170).
Ontario’s finest produce and preserves come together at Land, which specializes in locally
Fruit of the sourced gourmet and kosher goods. The company specializes in all-natural and kosher specialty foods, as well as gift baskets packed with honeys, nut butters, fruit spreads, teas and more. With a new location at the Promenade, party-goers and party throwers have a new place to hit for that hostess gift or to complete a cheese plate (1 Promenade Cir., 905-764-5757).
Q1 Le Pho is a new Vietnamese restaurant that serves Q1 Le Pho everyone’s pho favourites. Located in an area that already features some tasty Vietnamese offerings, the food here should not disappoint. It offers deals depending on the time of day and offers all kinds of dishes from crab brains with tomalley to minced pork and a variety of noodle soups. Vegetarian and meat options are available (1480 Major Mackenzie Dr. E. Unit 2, 905-237-8777).
Hillcrest Mall marketing director Lisa Resnic outside of the new Honey store