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Best Thai in London

  Pastor Grill features some of the best fare in the city, but London is also home to some of the best Thai restaurants in Ontario, starting with Bangkok Pad Thai, a casual site dishing up authentic favorites. Try the dinner special Thai for Two with spring rolls, red curry chicken, pad Thai, steamed jasmine…

Visit Eldon House

  Built in 1834, the historic Eldon House is a landmark in Ontario. Although the home is currently undergoing renovation, it is still open for tours during minor construction, so visitors can get a sneak peek at what’s to come. The gorgeous estate has been largely untouched, save for maintenance, and boasts the title of…

St. Patrick’s Day Festivities

  This year, St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday, which mean Londoners enjoy a three-day weekend of green-centric celebrations. Most of the revelry will take place at bars and pubs throughout the province, especially those known for imported British beers. However, it’s a public holiday throughout Canadian providences including Newfoundland and Labrador. Massive parades…

Visit Fanshawe Pioneer Village

  “The past is present” at Fanshawe Pioneer Village where visitors can explore the Denfield General Store, dine at the Pioneer Village Café, or book a venue for a special event ranging from weddings to corporate retreats. At the Denfield General Store, you can relive the old-fashioned shopping experience at the original post which served…

Celebrate Family Day

  February 20th is Family Day in Ontario, a national holiday observed in numerous provinces. It’s not federally established, which means federal employees are still on the job, but it’s a wildly popular and highly celebrated day. Established as the day to spend time with families, it’s also a welcome break between New Year’s Day…

French Fare for Valentine’s Day

  London is full of romantic French restaurants, a must for your complete Valentine’s Day. David’s Bistro features innovative menu choices served à la carte or prix fixe. For dinner, choose from cream of caramelized onion soup, chicken liver and foie gras mousse with pear jam on walnut bread, pan roasted mahi mahi, a boar…

London’s Lunar New Year

  Help usher in the Year of the Rooster on January 28th with the London Chinese Association! Every year, a big gala is hosted where you’ll find endless delectable and authentic Chinese dishes, the famed lion dance, folk artists and performers, and more. Held at the Sir Frederick Banting Secondary School, tickets are $15 and…

Latin Fare in London

  From tapas to house made sangria, Latin cuisine is an excellent choice for family dining, a romantic date, or a rousing night out with friends. Try Casa Blanca where you’ll find ceviche, flautas, a Latin fillet of basa fish, and, of course, generous paellas. The maduros, or deep fried plantains, are a must, and…

Holiday Events in London

  Check out Christmas Extravaganza on Ice December 10 at Budweiser Gardens. The excitement starts at 7 p.m. with featured soloists including World Champions Natalia Bestemianova and Andrei Bukin. A one-act ballet follows Cinderella on a holiday-themed journey. This Christmas special has been a London tradition for over 30 years and stuns with technical savviness…

36th Annual Christmas Craft Festival

  From December 3 – 6 the annual Christmas Craft Festival rings in the season at the London Progress Building, located in the Western Fair District. A favorite tradition, you’ll find over 170 artists and artisans from every part of Ontario and Quebec. Show hours are 1 – 9 p.m. December 3, 11 a.m. –…