There’s nothing like a chilled winter sesh in the 6ix. Toronto has become accustomed to its frigid winters, and so have the cannabis consumers.
Chances are, walking through the downtown T.O. streets, you won’t see many smokers using lighters.
Many Canadian cannabis consumers often steer away from lighters in the winter because of how bothersome it can be to try and light a spliff with freezing cold hands, sparking the lighter until your fingers are numb.
This is why many Torontonians are opting for the TOQi 510 Wireless Vaporizer, built to always be ready when you need it.
Not only does the device charge twice as fast as regular vapes, but the battery is durable enough to withstand cold temperatures.
After a relaxed sesh in the city, why not grab a bite to eat?
Below are some top eats to hit up after a TOQi 510 vape sesh in Toronto.
Photo courtesy of Fresh Burger
This place is literally home to the freshest burgers you can find in Canada. The pure Canadian beef patties are richly flavored and come in hamburgers and double burgers.
The poutine here is another delicacy that’s perfectly paired with their mouthwatering beef burgers. Scarf it all down with a quality lemonade or milkshake.
Photo courtesy of What A Bagel
If you’re the wake and bake type, head over to What A Bagel for your post-sesh breaky.
Walk in and smell the fresh whole bagels, then pick your favorite, hand it to the staff, and watch as they create a huge bagel sandwich right before your eyes.
Some favorites at What A Bagel are the cream cheese and lox, tuna salads, and egg salads.
Photo courtesy of Eataly
Looking for some comfort food? Find it at this Italian cuisine. Eataly is known for providing the most decadent and rich eats like butternut ravioli or trout and cheese pizza.
Not to mention the acclaimed desserts like cannolis, gelato, and tiramisu, Eataly also boasts delicious wine, Spritz, and Italian beer.
And yes, you can also find great cappuccinos, lattes, and espressos here; it is Italian, after all!
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Diversify your palate at the Wonton Hut, sandwiched between a McDonald’s and a commercial brunch spot in a strip mall.
Those from Hong Kong will definitely appreciate the dai pai dong-like feel they would find back home. Here, you’ll discover big bowls with silky egg noodles in fortified broth with slow-cooked beef brisket.
Another favorite is the tiger shrimp and pork wontons, topped with the acclaimed in-house chile oil.
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