A stylish new bou­tique comes to Hill­crest

Plus a world-renowned steak house and a new mod­ern Ja­panese eatery

Richmond Hill Post - - News -

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

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