September 1, 2014
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Weekly Restaurant Recap: New Van Gameren project on the horizon, The Borough, pan-Asian fusion on Roncesvalles and more

08/29/14

Weekly Restaurant Recap: New Van Gameren project on the horizon, The Borough, pan-Asian fusion on Roncesvalles and more

Post City's Weekly Restaurant Recap rounds up the week’s Toronto restaurant news.

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Tony Aspler’s Weekly Wine Pick: Oyster Bay Sparkling Cuvée Rosé, a well-balanced floral bouquet for pink champagne lovers

08/29/14

Tony Aspler’s Weekly Wine Pick: Oyster Bay Sparkling Cuvée Rosé, a well-balanced floral bouquet for pink champagne lovers

As the summer months wane into fall, Tony Aspler, Post City's wine columnist, sets his expertise to the task of commenting on that most celebratory of libations—champagne.

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First Draught: A new look for Great Lakes’ “crazy” ale

08/28/14

First Draught: A new look for Great Lakes’ “crazy” ale

Etobicoke’s Great Lakes Brewery has rebranded their well-regarded American-style Pale Ale.

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Video: Staff at Signs, a new restaurant run by the hearing-impaired, sing “Happy Birthday” in sign language

08/27/14

Video: Staff at Signs, a new restaurant run by the hearing-impaired, sing “Happy Birthday” in sign language

The new establishment at Yonge and Wellesley has been getting great press lately—and with moments like this, it’s not hard to see why.

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First Look: Wild Burger offers an Ark-worthy menu

08/26/14

First Look: Wild Burger offers an Ark-worthy menu

Every so often, a Toronto restaurant or pop-up vendor creates a new burger that features an unusual meat. After last week’s opening of Wild Burger, residents and office workers in the Mount Pleasant and Eglinton neighborhood no longer need to travel for a grilled patty of ostrich, kangaroo, or camel anymore.

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Jordan Rainhard to bring “hand crafted artisanal ales” to the Stockyards with Rainhard Brewing

08/25/14

Jordan Rainhard to bring “hand crafted artisanal ales” to the Stockyards with Rainhard Brewing

West Toronto's celebrated beer tradition continues with the announcement of Rainhard Brewing Co., a new brewery from award-winner Jordan Rainhard coming this December.

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Weekly Restaurant Recap: Yours Truly to close its doors, southern soul food, brewpubs and more

08/22/14

Weekly Restaurant Recap: Yours Truly to close its doors, southern soul food, brewpubs and more

In this edition: the enthusiastically-reviewed Yours Truly will be closing at the end of September, new barbecue and southern-style restaurants have come to both the east and west ends, and Duggan’s is setting up a pop-up brewpub in Parkdale.

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Tony Aspler’s Weekly Wine Pick: Château Moncontour Cuvée Prédilection Brut Vouvray 2011, a fall comfort

08/22/14

Tony Aspler’s Weekly Wine Pick: Château Moncontour Cuvée Prédilection Brut Vouvray 2011, a fall comfort

As the summer months wane into fall, Tony Aspler, Post City's wine columnist, sets his expertise to the task of commenting on that most celebratory of libations—champagne.

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Drink This: Cold Tea's refreshing, not-too-sweet cocktail menu raises the Kensington Market bar

08/21/14

Drink This: Cold Tea's refreshing, not-too-sweet cocktail menu raises the Kensington Market bar

Cold Tea, one of the best of Kensington Market’s many haunts, is where to go if you’re looking for something refreshing, summery, and tasty enough to bring you back.

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First Draught: Southern Tier Compass, an ideal aperitif

08/21/14

First Draught: Southern Tier Compass, an ideal aperitif

No one will turn down “something pink, pretty and cooling” as they’re introduced to other party-goers. In Ontario, though, we have the unusual problem of access.

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