Katie Bridges

Katie Bridges

Associate Editor

Katie Bridges quit her job to go backpacking in South America in 2010 and hasn't been able to cure her wanderlust ever since — which could explain how the Brit wound up in Canada. Though her roots are firmly planted in Toronto, her passport is constantly filling up with stamps. Vietnam is her favourite country and she is never not searching for the perfect bowl of bun cha.

Katie Bridges's articles

Celeste by Cirque Éloize opens inside Hotel Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth

Celeste, a new show by Cirque Éloize, takes up an exclusive residency at the Hotel Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth in Montreal.

A look inside Club Med Charlevoix, Canada's first all-inclusive resort

Ski resorts remain open during the latest lockdown. Grab your poles and head to Club Med Charlevoix in Quebec, Canada's first all-inclusive resort.

The coolest things to do in Whistler, B.C.

Whistler is synonymous with its picturesque ski hills — but there's more to do in this charming town north of Vancouver. Here are the best things to do in Whistler.

What it's like to stay at Toronto's Shangri-La Hotel

In the heart of downtown Toronto, the Shangri-La Hotel is a luxury escape with a legendary afternoon tea service and amenities galore.

CanaDream: RV rentals in Ontario for your next road trip

With a fleet of vehicles in different sizes offering luxe amenities and access to the outdoors, CanaDream’s RV rentals in Ontario are ideal for pandemic-friendly travel.

15 travel holiday gifts for every globetrotter on your list

Travel was off the table, but 2020 never said anything about dreaming. Here are the best travel gifts and gadgets this festive season.

Hotel review: Kimpton Saint George Hotel, Toronto

Kimpton Saint George, the first Toronto property from the global boutique hotel group, brings laid-back vibes, moody design and local touches to Bloor Street.

Everything you need to eat, see and do in Victoria, B.C.

Victoria, B.C. may be named for Queen Victoria, but it’s anything but twee. Victoria restaurants, breweries and boutique hotels abound.

5 of the best restaurants in Brixton Market, London

We head South of the Thames to London's Brixton Market for a taste of the best restaurants from casual burgers to eclectic modern Indian.

8 of the best Prince Edward County wineries

Planning a vino voyage in Ontario's most exciting wine region? We share the best Prince Edward County wineries where you can fill up your cup.

Time to spill the tea: We take high tea in Victoria, B.C.

From high tea and tea-infused cocktails to the dedicated tea tasting bar at Silk Road Tea, there’s something special brewing in Victoria, B.C.

Our ultimate guide to Windsor restaurants, hotels and more

Home to whisky distilleries, microbreweries and wineries, Windsor, Ontario has become a destination well worth your while. We plan your weekend getaway, including Windsor restaurants and activities.

Dishes from around the world (and where to get them in Toronto)

Your plate is your passport right now, so grab a fork and join us as we travel the gastronomic globe with dishes from these Toronto restaurants.

How Tucson became the U.S.'s first UNESCO City of Gastronomy

Despite a culinary accolade bestowed by UNESCO, Tucson’s charms continue to be overlooked for other southwestern cities. Katie Bridges dons her stretchy pants and discovers why the Old Pueblo is the perfect trip for pigging out.

Hot Shots: The Rock restaurant in Zanzibar, Tanzania

During high tide, the only way to get to the Rock restaurant is by boat.

Abbey Road repaints the Beatles' popular crossing while the U.K. is on lockdown

A highway maintenance crew took advantage of the quiet streets of London to give the iconic Abbey Road crossing a fresh coat of paint.

How to eat and drink your way through Tucson, Arizona

Tucson was the first U.S. entry on UNESCO’s City of Gastronomy list. We navigate the interconnected web of artisans to find out why.

Yacht more do you want?: We take a private charter to St. Vincent and the Grenadines

We attempt to gain our sealegs and disconnect from modern life on a truly off-the-grid excursion around the islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Winging it: Quebec City

We head to Quebec’s capital city and detail a whirlwind itinerary that combines glimpses of history with cutting-edge gourmet experiences.

Visit this open-air market for food, brews and kangaroos

Covering ten football fields, Melbourne’s sprawling Queen Victoria Market can be daunting. Luckily, we've got you covered.