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Dallas Just Got A Delicious New Restaurant That's Totally Obsessed With Avocados

It's just pit-iful we haven't seen anything like this yet! 🥑

A Restaurant Just Opened In Dallas With All Things Avocado

The majority of us love a good avocado, especially since you can add it to your toast for breakfast, your salad for lunch, or your burger for dinner. They've truly become the staple in everyone's meal, but, what if we told you there is an entire restaurant totally obsessed with the beloved fruit? AvoEatery, a one-of-a-kind restaurant, just opened in Dallas and their menu is focused entirely, on, you guessed it, avocados!

This restaurant has definitely created some unique dishes to be able to have an avocado-based menu.

If you didn't know already, avocados can be cooked in many different ways. They can be mashed, pickled, pureed, grilled and even made into syrups and different kinds of honey for cocktails!

The restaurant has perfected the ability to incorporate all of these ingredients in dishes you wouldn't think could get any better.

Their menu features items such as steak and fries with an avocado-herb butter that's drizzled over top. If you consider yourself a foodie then this is definitely what you should order.

And, of course, the notorious avocado toast had to make an appearance on the menu as well.

The price of the menu varies by item and can range from $9 to $15 per person.

AvoEatery opened in Trinity Groves earlier last month and has been the talk of the town ever since. How can it not be having been designed to look like a real-life avocado grove?

Inside, there's a ton of wood accents to resemble the pit of an avocado, and greenery to embody the rich green of the avocado.

Outside, there’s an Insta-worthy backdrop that reads “Avo Good Day” in neon lighting.

And of course, there's a drink menu. You'll find tons of avocado-infused cocktails on it as well as other drinks with the fruit snuck in there.

For those who maybe aren't ready to give avocado a shot in their drinks, they have booze without it as well.

If any of this sounds good to you, hurry over to AvoEatery ASAP!


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Cuisine: American

Address: 3011 Gulden Ln. Suite 116, Dallas, TX

Why You Need To Go: With a fresh, fun atmosphere and dog-friendly environment, anyone and everyone can enjoy this first-of-its-kind restaurant! There are cocktails, good food, and aesthetic backdrops, what more could you ask for?

Patios are finally open, and that means that all-you-can-eat sushi dates are back on the menu.

You can get an endless sushi feast at these patios around Toronto, which are ranked from most expensive to least expensive.



Price: $36.99 - $37.99 per adult

Cuisine: Sushi

Address: 655 Bay St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Boasting an extensive skewer selection and large dessert menu, this sushi spot will satisfy all your cravings.


Spring Sushi


Price: $34.99 per adult

Cuisine: Sushi

Address: 10 Dundas St. E., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy endless sushi in the sky at this stunning elevated patio in Toronto. There is also a lengthy cocktail menu that has perfect options for summer sipping.


K&B Sushi


Price: $24.95 - $25.96 per adult for lunch, $34.95 - $36.95 per adult for dinner

Cuisine: Sushi

Address: 1184 The Queensway, Etobicoke, ON

Why You Need To Go: Offering a range of cuisines from Japanese to Thai, this spot has an all-you-can-eat menu that you can enjoy in the fresh air.


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Price: $23.99 - $25.99 per adult for lunch, $34.99 - $36.99 per adult for dinner

Cuisine: Sushi

Address: 25 Peel Centre Dr., Unit #513, Brampton, ON.

Why You Need To Go: Fill up on sushi in the sunshine at this restaurant, which features dim sum and Japanese cuisine.


Sparkly Restaurant


Price: $23.99 - $24.99 for lunch, $33.99 - $34.99 for dinner

Cuisine: Japanese and Thai

Address: 11 Colossus Dr., Woodbridge, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can order all sorts of dishes from the tasting menu at this spot, including sushi, curry, noodles, and more.


168 Sushi Buffet


Price: $20.99 - $21.99 per adult for lunch, $30.99 - $33.99 per adult for dinner

Cuisine: Sushi

Address: 2366 Dundas St. W., Mississauga, ON

Why You Need To Go: Boasting over 168 diverse food options, you'll want to come hungry to this patio.




Price: $19.99 - $22.99 per adult for lunch, $30.99 - $32.99 per adult for dinner

Cuisine: Sushi

Address: 1225 Dundas St. E., Mississauga, ON

Why You Need To Go: If you're looking to save a dime, this is one of the cheaper options when it comes to enjoying all-you-can-eat sushi outdoors.


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Looking back at the history of Kensington Market, it is easy to see why Toronto is often referred to as one of the most multicultural cities in the world.

In this episode of Then&Now, Toronto historian Morgan Cameron Ross explores the past of this iconic neighbourhood that has acted as a revolving door for immigrants for over a century.

The origins of Kensington Market can be traced back to the 1800s and a man named George Denison, who purchased land in the area and whose family would eventually sell it off.

As the land developed and different communities would come and go, residents eventually began to convert their homes into storefronts, giving the area a unique look that has largely remained the same for decades. This unique character of the market even formed the setting for a TV show called King of Kensington.

While gentrification has made its way into other neighbourhoods in the city, the community has largely been able to maintain its distinct persona, even rallying together to shoe away the Nike Presto gallery that opened up in 2002.

But it has not all been good news as of late, with the Kensington Market Business Improvement Area requesting support as numerous businesses over the past year had to close their doors.

The City of Toronto has just announced that Riverdale Farm and High Park Zoo will be reopening their outdoor grounds to the public on Saturday, June 19.

At Riverdale farm, you'll find a ton of adorable farm animals and it's open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Meanwhile, the High Park zoo features llamas, reindeer, the cutest cows ever, and so much more. The zoo is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Both attractions have free admission.

At this stage of Ontario's reopening plan, there will still be health orders in place. Only outdoor areas of the farm and zoo will be open and while reservations aren't required, capacity will be limited to 15% capacity at both.

Only one-way foot traffic will be allowed, physical distancing is required, and there will be fences and signs to help control the flow of visitors.

If you love animals and it's been far too long since you got to be around them, this is officially your time to shine.

Riverdale Farm & High Park Zoo


Price: Free

When: Reopening Saturday, June 19

Address: High Park, Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Spend a day in the sun gazing upon some of the cutest animals you could imagine.


If you're ready to dive head-first into summer fun, you're in luck. Ontario Place is officially ready to welcome Ontarians back as they start to reopen a variety of activities on the waterfront.

Starting in June, there will be a whole bunch of COVID-friendly things to do like a drive-in theatre that will open its doors on June 18. There will also be a "Vista Eatery" with food and drinks for you to enjoy while you overlook Lake Ontario.

There are fire pits to rent if you want to sit and chill, segway tours if you want to see the sights, and boat rentals if you're dying to get out on the water. You can also rent Sea-Doos as of July 1.

If you're a bit of a sports fan, there are basketball and volleyball courts, table tennis setups, and a skate park for you to enjoy.

There is so much going on and nothing but activities to choose from. No matter what you want your day to look like, there's something to keep you entertained and feeling the summer vibes.

Ontario Place


When: Reopening activities starting June 2021

Address: 955 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: From riding a Sea-Doo into the sunset to catching a movie at the drive-in, there is so much to do and see at Ontario Place this summer. You don't want to miss out on this one.



6 Ontario Jobs That Are Hiring RN & Will Pay Over $100K

You can make some serious bank at these jobs.

It's time to get your resumes ready! There are currently tons of Ontario jobs that are hiring across the province right now and some of them are willing to pay big.

If you have the right experience to fit into one of these listings, it's time to start taking home the big bucks!

Professional Services Consultant


Salary: $120,000

Company: Nigel Frank International

Who Should Apply: Anyone who is highly skilled in Dynamics NAV or Business Central.

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Coordinator, Forest Resources Inventory Unit


Salary: Up to $115,856

Company: Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Who Should Apply: If you love the great outdoors and have experience in leading teams and management skills, this might be the job for you.

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5G Radio Developer


Salary: $130,000 to $140,000

Company: Stefanini

Who Should Apply: Experienced software designers who have an interest in 5G radio.

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Drywall Estimator


Salary: $120,000 to $130,000

Company: GPAC

Who Should Apply: Anyone with previous drywall contracting experience who is ready to step into a leadership role.

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Manager, Major Projects Office


Salary: Up to $146,914

Company: Ministry of Transportation

Who Should Apply: Anyone with experience in transportation who is comfortable being in a leadership role.

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Manager, Child Care Quality Assurance And Licensing


Salary: Up to $115,856.00

Company: Ministry of Education

Who Should Apply: Anyone who is willing to take on the task of ensuring child-care centres are up to standard.

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Une vidéo montre une arrestation musclée d’un individu noir et le SPVM s’explique

« Je n'ai pas aimé voir cette photo-là », a commenté François Legault.

Le Service de police de la Ville de Montréal a tenu à expliquer les agissements d'un de ses agents, à la suite d'une altercation filmée le 10 juin dernier dans le quartier Villeray. On y aperçoit le policier avec son genou gauche sur le cou d'un individu noir collé au sol afin de l'immobiliser.

C'est à la suite d'une bagarre à l'école secondaire Georges-Vanier, entre une quinzaine d'individus, que le SPVM aurait été appelé sur les lieux. Les agents de la paix seraient alors intervenus pour mettre fin à l'attroupement, mentionne le corps de police par courriel.

Le SPVM précise que la personne qui apparait dans la vidéo était en possession d'une arme à impulsion électrique, communément appelée taser, une arme dite prohibée en vertu du Code criminel canadien.

« L'analyse de l'intervention et de l'emploi de la force effectuée par les policiers dans cet événement est présentement en cours », écrit le SPVM.

Selon la police de Montréal, cette technique d'arrestation, enseignée à l'École nationale de police du Québec, s'applique « dans un contexte et dans des circonstances particulières », mais « permet de maîtriser un suspect avec un risque grandement réduit de blessures, si on compare à l'utilisation de certaines des armes intermédiaires ».

En conférence de presse ce 18 juin, François Legault a commenté l'arrestation. Il a affirmé : « Comme beaucoup de Québécois, j'ai vu la photo, je n'ai pas aimé voir cette photo-là. J'ai demandé qu'on regarde avec le SPVM, effectivement, comment on fait pour s'assurer qu'on ne voit plus ça. »

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12 Things To Watch If You Can’t Get Enough Of Tom Hiddleston In 'Loki'

Binge these while you wait for the next episode. đź“ş

Are you desperately waiting for more Loki content on Disney+? If you can't get enough of Tom Hiddleston, we have tons of movies and series you can watch him in right now.

You can always binge every Avengers and Thor movie, where he appears as the trickster god. Or if you can't get enough of Tom and Owen Wilson at the Time Variance Authority, you spot them both in Midnight In Paris.

Here are 12 top picks to add to your binge-watching playlist:

Marvel Studios Legends


Loki | Marvel Studios Legends | Disney+

Rating: 8.1/10

Where To Stream: Disney+

Why You Need To Watch It: Episode seven is all about Loki's character journey.

The Night Manager


The Night Manager Trailer

Rating: 8.1/10

Where To Stream: Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: It is a suspenseful mini-series starring Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston about a former soldier hired to stop a weapons deal.

Avengers: Endgame


Marvel Studios' Avengers: Endgame - Official Trailer

Rating: 8.4/10

Where To Stream: Disney+

Why You Need To Watch It: It is the finale of the Infinity Saga and sets things up for the Loki television series.

Thor: The Dark World


Thor: The Dark World Official Trailer HD

Rating: 6.9/10

Where To Stream: Netflix

Why You Need To Watch It: You'll get to see Loki's trickster side in full force while he is in the dark elves' world with his brother.

I Saw The Light


I Saw The Light - Official Trailer

Rating: 5.8/10

Where To Stream: Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: If you want to see Tom in a dramatically different role, check out I Saw The Light, where he plays a country singer.

Avengers: Infinity War


Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War Official Trailer

Rating: 8.4/10

Where To Stream: Disney+

Why You Need To Watch It: Get ready to be shocked by the ending if you haven't seen this one already. It is all about the Avengers attempting to save the universe from Thanos.

Midnight In Paris


Midnight in Paris | Official Trailer HD (2011)

Rating: 7.7/10

Where To Stream: Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: You'll get to see both Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson together again in this flick about a screenwriter in Paris.



Thor - Trailer 2 (OFFICIAL)

Rating: 7/10

Where To Stream: Disney+

Why You Need To Watch It: It is the first film where Tom portrays the trickster Loki.



Return to Cranford Trailer

Rating: 8.3/10

Where To Stream: Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: Tom appears in two episodes in season two as William Buxton. The British series also has Judi Dench from popular movies like Skyfall and Jim Carter from Downtown Abbey.

Miss Austen Regrets


Miss Austen Regrets - Trailer

Rating: 7.1/10

Where To Stream: Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: Fans of Jane Austen will enjoy this movie, where Tom plays politician John Plumptre.

Thor: Ragnarok


"Thor: Ragnarok" Official Trailer

Rating: 7.9/10

Where To Stream: Disney+

Why You Need To Watch It: In episode two of Loki, there is a subtle reference to this film. So you might want to re-watch this flick to get the shout-out to the Revengers.



Wallander Official Trailer #1 (2012) - Henning Mankell Movie HD

Rating: 7.9/10

Where To Stream: Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: In seasons one and two, you can watch Tom as a police officer named Magnus.

If you're tired of living in the bustle of a busy street, it may be time to take a permanent vacation with this Ontario home.

Not only does this island property let you escape the endless noise of city life, but it also lets you live every day like you are in the tropics.

Greg Kirby | RE/MAX

This four-bedroom, two-bathroom dream cottage in Kenora has over 6.75 acres of Birch Island property.

Greg Kirby | RE/MAX

The two-storey home features a living room with a wood-burning fireplace and panoramic views. It's the perfect spot to enjoy all season long.

Greg Kirby | RE/MAX

It also comes with an open-concept kitchen that is perfect for summer cooking with friends and family.

Greg Kirby | RE/MAX

You can spend your nights stargazing and sharing stories with friends on the home's stunning patio.

Greg Kirby | RE/MAX

Ontario Island Home

Greg Kirby | RE/MAX

Price: $795,000

Address: Private Island 100-P Birch Island, Kenora, ON

Description: An alluring island for those looking to get away from the city.

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