All posts by Erin Wotherspoon

About Erin Wotherspoon

Erin, of average height and weight has no special skills to boast of. She graduated from Theatre School at George Brown, where she studied classical acting for 3 years. Erin began to feel like a pawn in a chess game she never consented to and switched her energies towards creative writing. Having had some mild success as a blogger, it is now her main goal in life to write novels. She currently contributes to a couple of food & drink related magazine around the city. @erinspoons
  • Brassaii New Summer Menu

    Meet Brassaii, she’s intellectual but also very sexy. Ancient volumes of mysterious literature line her walls and there are lots of dark corners, for you know, being sexy in. Brassaii welcomes their new Exec Chef, Marcus Monterio....

    • Posted June 19, 2014
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  • Friends not liking your significant other

    I’m actually extremely qualified to be discussing this with you, as I seem to frequently date people whom my friends and family dislike. From misunderstood bi-sexuals to alpha males with emotional issues, I’d like to think I’ve...

    • Posted June 17, 2014
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  • The First Date

    Okay. So I’m pretty sure you’re all capable of dressing yourselves properly without my advice. So assuming you’re dressed and smelling nice lets talk about things we should be doing and things we shouldn’t be doing. Certain...

    • Posted June 5, 2014
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  • SPiN Toronto

    Ping-pong is just like sex. Great now I have your attention. Spin is the only bar in Toronto where you can hang out with friends, sip cocktails, eat nice food AND play ping-pong. A must-see on any...

    • Posted June 4, 2014
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  • Kangas Aussie Meat Pies

    What? Aussie meat pies Who? Kanga Where? Duncan Street When? NOW   Duncan Street warmly welcomes its newest edition, Kanga’s Aussie Meat Pies. A staple in Australia (apparently you can’t escape a street corner without spotting one)...

    • Posted May 21, 2014
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  • Parts and Labour

    Allow me to get philosophical…what is the point of the review? Is it some sort of screening process? I (being the reviewer) weed out all the bad, and you, being the average Joe, are left with all...

    • Posted May 20, 2014
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  • Kitanya Guu Izakaya

    The term Izakaya means Japanese drinking establishment, which also serves food to accompany the drinks. Whether you find that information relevant and/or stimulating is really up to you. Kitanya Guu Izakaya (what an effing mouthful) commonly referred...

    • Posted May 14, 2014
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  • The Gladstone

    The Gladstone Hotel’s newest edition, Chef Mario Paz, introduced his new menu the other night, and I’ve got the skinny on what to expect. The night begins with their signature Blackberry Gin and Tonic, a gin cocktail...

    • Posted April 25, 2014
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  • Table 17

    I’m not God (glad we cleared that up). I’m not even really qualified to do anything. I’m just an average girl drawing some average conclusions about restaurants. Though my work does have a surprising amount of parallels...

    • Posted April 22, 2014
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