If you want to see the history of Mississauga, look no further than your local fish and chips joint. The top five fish and chips places have been in business for a combined 150 years.
A wise man once said that the best way to spread Christmas cheer is to sing loud for all to hear. That wise man was Buddy the Elf and he may have been on to something.
Calling all wine enthusiasts, wine lovers, and wine-drinkers!
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I concur -- especially weekend brunch. Brunch offers more than just the standard every day breakfast fare that typically serves to simply satisfy your morning hunger or take care of that hangover.
The following Japanese restaurants are not AYCE sushi joints in Mississauga. These five Japanese restaurants are perfect for a romantic date or sophisticated business meeting. These are a la cart restaurants that take a little more time to make your Japanese dishes.
Cupcakes are all the rage these days in Mississauga. The little shops seem to be cropping up all over the place, and for good reason - cupcakes are small, you can make them as simple or as extravagant as you want and the flavour options are endless. 
Hakka restaurants come in all shapes and sizes in Mississauga. You can go to a hakka restaurant where you place a cloth serviette on your lap or one where you seat yourself and get your fork and knife rolled up in a napkin.
Casual dining is usually defined as a restaurant that serves moderately-priced food in a casual environment.
There is nothing better than a charcuterie board to start the evening off in Mississauga.
When it’s early in the morning and you’re trying to wake up there’s nothing better than a nice fresh, steaming, cup of coffee.