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The new restaurant's soft launch is set for tonight (Thu, Jan. 28th) with the official opening scheduled for February 1st.
David Duprey has partnered with the founders of Dixies BBQ to launch the new restaurant in his old Rumpus Room space.
The brewery's new operation - complete with Pizza & Ale House - would not launch for another six months.
It didn't take long for Fable Diner to find a groove by serving up quality diner fare and some of the best milkshakes in town.
Five local restaurants have teamed up to share some unforgettable dining experiences with new immigrant and refugee families.
In the stressed out space between today's bubbles and tomorrow's vaccines, good take-out is increasingly easy to find.
The 58-seater will be a chef-driven, modern take on the endless flavours, traditions and techniques of Southeast Asia.
The Middle Eastern-themed restaurant aims to launch with take-out only service starting November 9th.
Designer Joji Fukushima's new exhibit of 100+ handmade wooden dishes is soon to pop up at the Japanese lifestyle shop, Itsumo.
So much change has come to the neighbourhood since Lucy's opened (24 hours a day), but it has remained a reliable constant...
Orange Shirt Day has come and gone (almost), but there are other ways to show your support for the Wet’suwet’en Nation
The new Thierry is removed from Main St. bustle, which makes me think it has room enough to create a bustle of its own.
My favourite sees chocolate ice cream mixed with peanut butter and pretzels, all topped with Nutella whipped cream...
"Their new tasting room is an unusual touch of elegant Swedish cafe in the otherwise burly man-cave-esque brewery scene."
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The Middle Eastern food truck concept will go brick and mortar on a busy stretch of Main Street at the end of summer.
The thin layer of explosive flavour and crispy/chewy texture match all of my late night memories of New York City.
In this episode, we chat with Shaun Layton and Frankie Harrington about getting tripped up by bureaucratic red tape.
The original is from Barcelona, where street vendors have been selling versions of it for years outside the Bikini Concert Hall.