Dining at Diwan Restaurant in Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum

Diwan Restaurant, the 85-seat dining room at the architecturally-stunning Aga Khan Museum is located near the not-so-convenient Don Valley parkway. There aren’t many other sit-down restaurants in the vicinity, which is largely known for its big box outlets. So it… Continue Reading

Zion Schoolhouse on the Closing List?

According to a Toronto Star article from Saturday, Zion Schoolhouse is one of the museums on Rob Ford’s shuttering list.  This North York school opened in 1869 and served the community until 1955.  In recent decades, it operated as a… Continue Reading

Loving the City Life!

It’s a pretty hot topic right now.  There’s even a show about it on HGTV Canada.  I’m talking about the urban vs. suburban lifestyle.  What do I like?  I’m definitely Team Urban.  I love being steps away from the subway,… Continue Reading

Travel in Ontario: Blue Mountain Village

Blue Mountain Village, located approximately two hours northwest of Toronto, is known primarily as Ontario’s top ski destination resort, however, it has plenty to offer during the green season as well. And although the area is perfectly suited for a… Continue Reading

Smile for Nuit Blanche 2010

   DelectablyChic! thought that one of the most significant exhibits for the Fifth Annual Scotiabank Nuit Blanche was A Monument to Smile, 2010.  Projected using three projectors to Holt Renfrew Bloor Street’s façade, the project was created by artist Agnès Winter in… Continue Reading

V&A’s Fashion Exhibit: Fashion Through the Ages

A Christian Dior shoe from the 1950s The fashion exhibit at the V&A shows various styles through the ages, but focuses primarily on the 20th century when fashion and style became more affordable to the general public.  Designers featured in… Continue Reading