May 2017

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Restoronto June: The lowdown on the city’s latest openings

The latest Toronto restaurant and food news.

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This Japanese rockabilly bar is pretty peachy-keen

Boasting retro tunes and sake cocktails, Black Dice Cafe is in a league of its own

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First Look: Wood-fired cooking and a Mediterranean focus on fresh seafood set the tone at Estia

Estia, located in the former NAO Steakhouse space on Avenue Road, is the latest restaurant in the ICONINK collection. When asked why the change of concept was made, Director of Operations Christina Kuypers says “peoples' lifestyles are changing; people are eating out more frequently at places with more diverse offerings.”

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Anthony Rose in the process of selling the Swan on Queen West

Veteran Toronto restaurateur, Glenn Dueck is in the process of buying the restaurant formerly known as the Swan from Anthony Rose and his partners.

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Right on 'cue

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Where to get a beer this May long weekend

What better activity is there to partake in on the Victoria Day long weekend than drinking beer? The weekend itself is nicknamed “May two-four,” so you may as well embrace it and get in the spirit.

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First Look: The masters of pocket-sized restaurants open Atlas at Av and Dupont

Toronto’s seasoned restaurant duo of chef Doug Penfold and Niall McCotter (Cava and Chabrol) are back with their newest addition to the family. It's called Atlas and is a French-Moroccan restaurant at the corner of Avenue and Dupont.

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Midtown Toronto’s original craft beer

Ron Keefe introduced midtown Toronto to craft beer in 1991 when he opened Granite Brewery near Mount Pleasant Road and Eglinton Avenue East. Keefe gave Post City the scoop on the craft beer craze just in time for May 2-4.

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Eat This Minute: Just another day for you and me in Charidise

Since setting up shop in downtown’s Baldwin Village, Charidise has been swarmed with folks seeking out fast-casual fare with a Taiwanese lean.

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From Piano Piano to the Cancan

Victor Barry has transformed Harbord into one of T.O.’s yummiest gastronomic destinations, including his latest restaurant Piano Piano.

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