Culture
"Toronto has lots of museums, like the Royal Ontario, which is Canada's bigger museum, and the Art Gallery of Ontario, the city's oldest, which has the world's largest number of Henry Moore sculptures. But I like Casa Loma, a 98-room castle built in the early 1900s by Sir Henry Pellatt, who went around the world gathering treasures and materials to fill his mansion. There are turrets you can climb into, great halls, wide terraces, and a Peacock Alley, copied from the Windsor Castle in England. There's also a huge wine cellar. You've got to see this place to believe it."

Dinner
"Nami is a wonderful place for dinner before a night on the town. Their specialty is traditional Japanese fare, including sushi and sashimi. Another specialty is a robata bar for grilled-to-order seafood. Sometimes it may take up to 15 to 20 minutes for preparation, but it's worth the wait. They grill anything from sardines to steaks. The restaurant is cozy and chic, with high ceilings. Coco Lezzone is a Mediterranean/Italian fusion-style restaurant in the heart of Little Italy. They have huge platters of antipasto to share. Their roasted veggies are out of this world, as are the blackened tuna and baked sea bass."

Nightlife
"System Soundbar is a great club. The music on Saturdays is very underground house music, with a lot of great deejays. The last night I was there, it was Louie Vega from Masters at Work. I always have a great time when we go there, because everyone is dancing and doing their thing."