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12 brunch spots worth visiting Hamilton for

Posted in #MyHamilton
Motel Brunch

Making plans to meet for brunch is one of my favourite things to do on weekends. Brunches are decadent, unrushed and a great time to reconnect with friends and family. Luckily, Hamilton has seriously upped its brunch game in recent years. With so many great options, it’s getting hard to choose where to go. Here […]

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It’s Here…Maple Syrup Season!

Posted in #MyHamilton, History
Westfield

The best part of getting over a harsh Canadian winter is that we are rewarded in spring with the gift of sweet, sweet maple syrup. Last year we headed to Westfield Heritage Village for their Maple Syrup Festival which kicks off March 4 this year. To get to Westfield it’s only a short 20-25 minute drive from […]

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To Market, to Market – Not to Miss Stops at Hamilton Farmers’ Market

Posted in #MyHamilton, Arts
Farmers Market Exterior

The Hamilton Farmers’ Market has long been a favourite local destination. But with a quickly developing ‘lunch hall’ scene and innovative new vendors, it’s fast becoming a must-see attraction for visitors as well. Here are all the reasons why you have to visit Hamilton Farmer’s Market: HISTORY The Hamilton Farmers’ Market was established in 1837 […]

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The Art Gallery of Hamilton

Posted in #MyHamilton, Hamilton Highlights
Exhibition Opening at AGH

  Hamilton’s zeal for the arts manifests in many ways: monthly Art Crawls, independent galleries spread across neighbourhoods, arts festivals and an overarching new outlook on Hamilton’s cultural landscape turned unofficial slogan: “art is the new steel.” But this momentum has been building for many decades, thanks in large part to one of the city’s […]

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What’s new in Hamilton for 2018

Posted in #MyHamilton, Hamilton Highlights
New in Hamilton for 2018 header

What’s New in Hamilton: From milestone anniversaries to delicious new dining, 40+ reasons why 2018 is going to be an epic year! How do you top a year like 2017 in Hamilton? You kick things up a notch and do 2018 bigger and brighter with a jam-packed schedule of new and notable cultural events, openings […]

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A Look Back At 2017 In Hamilton

Posted in #MyHamilton, Uncategorized

2017 was an amazing year in #HamOnt! Here’s a look back at the 10 things that got visitors most excited about exploring #MyHamilton this past year.   1. Uncovering Hamilton’s Food Scene with the Globe and Mail .@globeandmail explores ‘Why restaurant veterans are ditching Toronto for #HamOnt: https://t.co/nIzrzFK9BI @Msponagle pic.twitter.com/TvLamWLytf — Tourism Hamilton (@TourismHamilton) January […]

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Hamilton’s new restaurants: 2017 edition

Posted in #MyHamilton, Arts
Merit Brewing

Hamilton’s food and drink scene is on a roll with no signs of slowing down. Around 50 new restaurants, breweries and cafés have recently opened their doors to hungry diners (or are just about to). Here’s your guide to just some of the delicious new hotspots I’m excited to welcome to the city. And be […]

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Hamilton Breweries – Beer lives here!

Posted in #MyHamilton, Arts
Breweries header

Arts and draught: A thirst-quenching look at new breweries pouring into the city Before you blink twice, another new brewery is being added to an impressive, growing roster in the Hammer, much to the delight of hometown beer enthusiasts. Hop on over and you’ll find the ale, lager, porter, or stout destined to be your […]

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Hamilton Fashion

Posted in #MyHamilton, Arts
Fashion Blackbird Studio

Exploring Hamilton fashion – from local designers to beautifully curated boutiques – is a great way to experience the city’s exciting design culture, support local business and look great doing it.  Hamilton Fashion Look Book (PDF) Here’s a few of my picks to get you started:   Hamilton Designers Blackbird Studios   The stunning […]

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Fresh from the Farm – Where to Pick-Your-Own Fall Treats in Hamilton

Posted in #MyHamilton, Nature
Frootogo apple wagon

As the harvest season draws to a close, fall’s last sweet treats—apples and pears—are ripe and ready for picking. Local pumpkin patches are also open, allowing families to choose the perfect jack-o’-lantern-worthy pumpkin. The Hamilton area is 70 per cent rural, perfect for those who live close by to grab fresh produce on the regular, or […]

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