Archive for the ‘Kitchener’ Category

The Tannery District is a development in downtown Kitchener turning the old Lang Tannery into a usable space for businesses which is currently in progress. Due to a slew of new tenants, developers Candan Inc. have been given approval by the city to knock down some of the buildings which used to be part of […]


In the heart of Belmont Village announced with a cheery sign in multiple fonts, is Village Creperie. This Kitchener gem is a quiet little bistro with a warm and inviting interior. The soft lighting and welcoming staff makes diners feel at ease immediately. Most of the dishes combine local fresh organic ingredients, in a soft […]


The old Vincenzo’s building is available for lease. Someone please lease this building and turn it into something awesome. Vincenzo’s is still alive and well at their new location at the Bauer lofts.


You know how annoying people from Toronto will say things like “How can you live in such an boring place like Kitchener?” or “What’s there to do for fun in Waterloo besides tipping cows?” or “Kitchener sucks, except for Oktoberfest”. I usually respond by asking the annoying person what Toronto has that Kitchener/Waterloo doesn’t. They […]


During my recent visit to Koh-i-Noor, I discovered Waterloo Region’s Eat Smart! program. Basically it’s a designation given to restaurants in the area which have healthier food choices, adhere to Food Safety regulations, and have non-smoking seating. initially I thought “Wow, what a great idea, next time I don’t know where to eat I can […]