I have been extremely busy the last couple of weeks and I have not been able to sit down and write a blog post. Sorry, Dad! (he’s the only one who has been constantly asking me when my next post is dropping so this one is for him). To be fair, I have had some good excuses for not writing: work is starting to get very busy, I have an assignment due for a course that I am taking, I have been dedicating a lot of spare time to reading for the best book club ever… AND to top it all off my friend is getting married this weekend so we have been celebrating her bachelorette-hood this past week.
Life is only about to get busier for me, as Spring is the most hectic time in my work and personal life. But, no matter how busy life gets, I always try to pause and think: WWFBD?
Sage Cafe is a delightful little restaurant found in Toronto’s Baldwin Village (just south of Baldwin on McCaul) that is a favourite lunch spot amongst many of my co-workers. The cafe prepares fresh eclectic food daily and the majority of the meals are vegetarian friendly.
Sage is a great spot if you’re craving a savoury home cooked style meal. It was a particularly cold and windy afternoon here in Toronto and there was nothing that I wanted more than a hearty lunch that would warm me right up. My friend and I went on a lunch date to Sage and managed to cop a couple of seats at a table in the back room of the cafe. Sage always features an assortment of fresh vegetarian food including: Salads, Quiches, Pasta, Pizza, Soups and Vegetarian or Vegan Wraps. AND, if you’re headed to Sage with an omnivore friend (like me), the cafe has plenty of chicken and fish options as well.