A few kind words about Food Nook Tours in the media
Food writers and bloggers have joined us and written about their delectable and enjoyable experience on a Food Nook Tour. Check out what they had to say below
Torontonicity - February 19, 2017 "I’ve been on tours before, but never with someone as approachable, knowledgeable, and charismatic! Food Nook tours are absolutely worth booking if you’re interesting in exploring areas like Roncesvalles, but aren’t sure about where to start or what the best bets are for dining."
Marilyn Denis Show - February 22,2017 A serendipitous series of events happened, kicking off with an adventure in Morocco, that landed me with a purse that was falling apart and getting tricked (the best way possible) into a purse intervention. Marilyn was wonderful and asked about my business. Check out the intervention and shout out to Food Nook Tours 7 minutes in.
The Food Sisterhood -January 10, 2017 "If you're looking for something to do on a weekend, contact Bria and go on a tour with her! Discover Roncesvalles like a local and get a few treats on the way."
The Dip Diva Dishes - September 6, 2016 "Bria, your guide and owner of Food Nook Tours will lead you through this cozy little nook in the west end of Toronto also known as Roncy. As she narrates your tour you will learn the history of the area, quirky little tidbits and the story of the shops that you visit along the way. She brings the streets and shops to life, connecting you to this vibrant village and making you feel like you belong at the heart of it all."
Living Toronto Journal - September 6, 2016 "As we said our good-byes, we thanked Bria for her easy-going but knowledgeable way of organizing this type of neighbourhood food tour. It was refreshingly ‘bite-sized’. She was organized but flexible and helped us get to know a bit of Toronto that we’d previously just passed through."
Best of Toronto - August 9, 2016 "Only a 5 minute walk away from High Park, this Polish sub-urb is rich in not only specialty boutiques but also in Canadian history. Bria’s Food Nook Tour was the perfect way to discover the highlights of this lively neighbourhood!"
The Scene in TO - July 7, 2016 "Roncevalles, affectionately known as Roncy, is a Toronto gem of a neighbourhood, filled with cute shops, watering holes, and a plethora of eateries. Food Nook Tours offers a great introduction to some of the best places to check out in this little village within the city."
Mary's Happy Belly Blog - June 29, 2016 "Bria’s bubbly personality and love for her neighbourhood makes her a fun tour guide. It was nice to be on a tour that is family friendly, and visit a neighbourhood that is bustling with families. Aside from learning facts from Bria, the tour is a great opportunity to interview shop owners and really get to know the wonderful west end neighbourhood."
Toronto Guardian - June 24, 2016 "...you will take a short, scenic stroll down a charming Toronto street, enjoying delicious bite sized tasters from several local eateries as you learn a little more about one of the older neighbourhoods in this city from a blossoming young entrepreneur who knows the area. Excellent!"
Wedding Bells Magazine Toronto Newsletter Unveiled, June 15, 2016 "Food Nook Tours’ two-hour sessions stop at five food shops, restaurants, bakeries and cafés along the strip, letting you and your bridesmaids dig into unique, mouth-watering treats."
I'm A Little Blog, June 14, 2016 "If you’re looking for activities for your next staycation or simply want to discover a new neighborhood in Toronto on a budget, then I highly recommend you check out Food Nook Tours. You will not be disappointed!"