Today was one of those glorious goodbye-summer hello-autumn days where there was a hint of Fall in the air while still being perfectly sun-kissed.
Which made it ideal for running errands, and having lunch with team member James Ormston.
I had to pop down to MacFab on Queen East to have the gorgeous fabrics I bought in Bhutan made into cushions. Shockingly – but maybe not – the $50 in fabric I bought (9 yards) in Bhutan will be costing $1200 to make into 16 cushions (albeit with velvet backside and down fill). I’ll post photos when they’re ready… plus you’ll see them in our listings as they’re deliciously ideal for styling.
While the MacFab crew were sorting the cushion pricing out, James and I pow-wowed about the coming Autumn market at the new Tabule location at 810 Queen Street East near Grant Street.
We loved the open plan high-stylize dining room, the relaxed vibe, the attentive service and the fresh food. We ate light with red lentil soup, a crisp fattüsh salad and crunchy falafels.
Here’s a few snaps:
Tabülè is a flavourful addition to Queen East, offering your taste buds a savory menu which isn’t readily available in this already eclectic neighbourhood.
You can check out their menu by clicking HERE.
~ Steven and the urbaneer team