"Are you giving out candy?"
"Then what are you doing??" she pressed.
"I'm going to work."
"That's so sad." The concept of reality began to dawn on her. "You should be a kid again!"
Alas, time and space are not mediums that permit backtracking in the world of nonfiction.
TTC was able to whisk me to College and Ossington in roughly forty minutes, but making it back within the one-hour time frame would have been impossible. So again, against my better judgement, I pulled aside to the nearest Starbucks and opened Google Play. It was time to try Uber.
OG S'mores was more to my liking; at approximately 1.5 times larger than that of the bakery's usual portion, this one oozed with sticky strings of goodness upon reheating. Personally, I would take OG over Campfire any day.
That said, PB&B remains the household favourite though.
PEI Brewing Co.'s Blueberry Ale wasn't as pleasant as the name implies, as its finish is bready as opposed to fruity. The Halloween-limited Pumpkin Porter from Big Rig, on the other hand, was stellar and true to its profile description of brown sugar, root beer/cola, and pumpkin accents.
Kibo's waterfront location was my suggestion, for coordinates were within close proximity to both of our points of interest. The Charlotte Street outpost had been my first dine-in experience at the franchise, and had proved decent enough for another attempt.
Known for their five-dollar Cash & Carry deals, this location was no exception. For those seeking salad and a warm bowl of miso soup, there are daily specials that can requested for dining in or taking back to the workplace.
Embarking on a brisk lunchtime walk, I arrived on event grounds shortly before noon. As anticipated, many stalls had yet to commence operations and were still setting up for the day.