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Nightmare on John St: Jack Astors' Menu

Judge as much as you’d like, foodie nation: I like Jack Astors and pretty much all chain restaurants that sell gift cards on Shoppers Drugmart. 478 more words

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Review of an Allergy-Friendly Bakery: Bloomer's

This allergy-friendly restaurant was reviewed by guest blogger, Claudia Mokbel. Born and raised in Toronto, Claudia is excited to see dairy- and egg-free restaurants popping up all over the city so she can visit them with her vegan husband. 695 more words

Food Allergies

Review of an Allergy-Friendly Coffee Shop: Second Cup (Kosher)

This allergy-friendly review was written by guest blogger, Shayla Gunter-Goldstein. Shayla is a freelance writer and editor whose writing has been published in Lilith Magazine… 877 more words

Food Allergies

Soupe à l'Oignon Gratinée - battle

Everything sounds better in French, but in a way I feel like cheating for not just naming this post what exactly is about: French Onion Soup. 817 more words

Food Writing

Cluny Bistro

When did the Distillery District become so busy? I remember when I first came to Toronto in 2007, and the spot still had that cool abandoned-but-now-found vibe. 409 more words

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Love at first bite: Alo Restaurant, Toronto

Over the past few years, the food scene in Toronto has exploded. The city has attracted a number of world class chefs, including David Chang (who set-up his Momofuku empire in 2012) and Michelin-star chef Daniel Boulud (who opened French-themed Café Boulud).  247 more words


The BEST Fried Chicken Sandwich In Toronto

Walk west on College Street just past Clinton and you’ll stumble across the BEST fried chicken sandwich in Toronto. Look for the “Fried Chicken Sandwiches” sign and you know you’ve arrived at P.G Clucks, or if you’re anything like me, let your nose lead the way because you may smell it before you spot the tiny walk up window just past the College Street Theatre. 517 more words