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A bougie four-course meal can do wonders for the soul – and major damage to your wallet.

Luckily lovers of upscale dining who also appreciate an affordable option will be able to get a four-course meal for only $50 at Toronto's newest plant-based Italian restaurant.

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From the dramatic cliffsides of the Amalfi Coast to the patchwork of vineyards that line the Tuscan countryside, Italy has become the place to visit over the last few years. However, with travel restrictions across the country, we can't marvel at the Colosseum in person, take a gondola ride through the narrow canals of Venice or eat mouthfuls of fresh pasta al dente in Rome. 

But just because you can’t go to Italy right now, doesn’t mean that a little Italy can’t come to you. There are tons of ways to make your apartment the ultimate Italian vacation destination — from mastering the art of aperitivo to turning your outdoor space into your very own Roman piazza — even if you're not actually leaving home. 

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Your next date night on the town may be on hold for the time being, but that doesn't mean you can't still enjoy a romantic meal for two.

We reached out to you, our readers on Instagram, and asked for your go-to takeout spot in Toronto to impress your date. 

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When it comes to food, nothing steals hearts quite like a gooey piece of pizza.

Toronto's best pizza places offer up some drool-worthy pies, and you can enjoy all sorts of options and flavours.

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Traveling the world isn't exactly an option right now, but lucky for those in Dallas, an authentic Italian market just opened up and it will make you feel like you're in Italy.

Eataly, which is located in Dallas' famed NorthPark Center,  finally opened its doors to the public on December 9 and is already bringing in Dallasites to try the incredible selection of cafes and markets.

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