atdrink has served the community of London, Stratford and Southwestern Ontario with entertaining and enlightening stories about the finer aspects of eating and drinking since 2007. Our tightly focused magazine is available both in print and online. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are also critical cogs in how Eatdrink gets out the news. Frequent posts enable us to profile more of the exciting businesses and vibrant personalities that populate our region, print more wonderful recipes, recommend more interesting products and share more great stories.
We offer a free and enhanced digital version of our print magazine online in order to share more information than print allows. Every story is also available separately online, and back issues are archived and searchable. Eatdrink is easy to pick up but hard to put down. The magazine is on the web and distributed in print through hundreds of pickup locations including hotels, theatres, tourist information sites, libraries, restaurants, cafes and other food & drink businesses. We serve advertisers by delivering readers and serve readers by giving them exciting content, in print and online.
Our magazine and website offer concrete evidence of the rich culinary culture of our region. We reject both snobbery and garbage, and embrace creativity, authenticity, talent, diversity, excellence, value and enthusiasm. Our amazing team of writers reflects our community. Some hail from professional kitchens, some have international credentials and some are passionate amateurs, but all are committed to telling interesting stories well.
Publisher Chris McDonell brings integrity and a widely diverse background in publishing to the task of making Eatdrink a vital part of the food and drink scene in Southwestern Ontario. He takes a hands-on role in assigning writers, determining editorial content and ensuring effective delivery. Chris has made his living as a graphic artist, writer, editor, publisher and sales representative for a variety of publications. He founded Complete Health magazine in Eastern Ontario, has compiled four restaurant recipe books and authored For the Love of Hockey and five other sports books.
Food Editor and Writer at Large Bryan Lavery brings years of experience in the restaurant and hospitality industry, as a chef, restaurant owner and consultant. His writing is imbued with a commitment to telling the story accurately and honestly, with his passion for the culinary world always in evidence. Always on the lookout for the stories that Eatdrink should be telling, he helps shape the magazine both under his byline and behind the scenes.