July 2017

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First Look: b.good opens their fifth GTA location near Yonge and Eg

For a corporate, fast-casual food counter that has aggressively expanded (five locations in the GTA, opened in the last two years), b.good is not afraid of showing their patrons how the proverbial sausage is made. Portraits hang on the wall in their recently opened Yonge and Eglinton outpost of smiling farmers in lush fields.

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First Look: Kū-kŭm Kitchen combines Indigenous Canadian and French cuisines

Toronto is experiencing a renaissance for indigenous cuisine. The new midtown spot Kū-kŭm Kitchen is just one of the restaurants (along with Nish Dish) to lead that cause.

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Mexico meets Japan

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Sixteen restaurants sign on to cook regional Italian food for 2nd Giro d'Italia

This weekend is the kickoff for the second installment of Giro d'Italia, Toronto's now semi-annual Italian Restaurant Week. This is a sort of thematic, focused Summerlicious that involves 16 local establishments each producing a prix fixe menu based on the cuisine from a specific Italian region.

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First Look: Wong’s offers a pan-Asian take on ice cream to east-end neighbourhood

Toronto’s love for ice cream lives on, from the charcoal variety to the confection-topped kind we just can’t get enough. Cue Wong’s Ice Cream, located at Gerrard and Broadview.

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Estia lacks the direction needed to compete at the top level in Yorkville

Estia is a spot with Mediterranean-style fish and seafood cooked in a wood-fired oven.

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At the Bar: Inspired cocktails at Momo San, the new Japanese hot spot

At Baldwin Village’s Momo San, things have been bustling. Still shy of the actual grand opening, the in-demand Japanese eatery has had all the queues since opening shop early this May.

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First Look: Copetin by Claudio Aprile opens in the former home of Origin King East

Claudio Aprile wears many hats — that of restaurateur and celebrity chef, to name two. But perhaps a phoenix rising from the ashes is another apt description for the chef who closed both Colborne Lane and Origin and now returns with Copetín at King East and Church.

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Taste Paris in North York on Bastille Day

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From deli to Dirty Bird, unconventional options for wedding catering in Toronto

For these couples, it helps that the private catering business is booming among their favourite fast-casual or just fast-food restaurants. Whether couples are looking for a late-night dancefloor snack break or a whole-hog backyard barbecue bonanza, these casual standbys are ready to make a memorable day even more delicious.

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