The creator and star in Schitt’s Creek – which has won 11 Canadian Screen Awards and received another 15 nominations, as well as picking up three Director’s Guild of Canada Awards – Dan Levy is a Canadian to his core. The entertainment multi-hyphenate and son of actor Eugene Levy grew up mostly outside the glittering spectacle of Los Angeles in his home country, spending much of his time in Canada’s notably culturally diverse city of Toronto.
We asked Levy to pick some of his favorite spots in the city – where he can be found passing the time when he’s not busy doing the obligatory dealing with the Hollywood types in LA.
It’s a great new addition to the Toronto restaurant scene. Get the lasagna!
A cozy little romance-y spot, with very low lighting and very solid and strong drinks.
A big gay dance night held every second Saturday of each month.
— BWS (@BWSToronto) April 9, 2017
Go sit in front of a piece by one of The Group of Seven and forget your worries for an afternoon.
The sun is setting on this week and we’re ready for the weekend. Come by the Gallery tonight to get your weekend started: dinner and drinks at @agobistro, then wander through the galleries. We’re open until 9pm on Fridays and there are new modern installations (Donald Judd! Agnes Martin! Michael Snow!) • 📸 @vaguely_spicy • Had such a great day today with @klaudia_me 💖💃👍 • #friyay #tgif #sunsets #sunsetofinstagram #frankgehry #gehry #cloudsofinstagram #AGOlookforward #AGOcollection #modernart #donaldjudd #michaelsnow #art #fridate #datenight
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