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Behind the scenes at Montgomery’s, the upcoming restaurant from Guy Rawlings and Kim Montgomery

Following months of renovations to their 19th-century digs, Guy Rawlings and his wife Kim Montgomery are finally set to open Montgomery’s on Aug. 15.

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In Season and on the Menu: Cherries, from backyard trees to pies in the sky

While Ontario has multiple varieties of deep, sangria coloured sweet cherries that are perfectly plump to enjoy raw, the province’s principle tart cherry, the Montmorency, he are better suited for cooking, unless you’re a fan of the mouth puckering, slightly bitter taste, like my dad (hence the 5-in-1 tree).

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First Look in 360 Degrees: Lavelle is the new rooftop oasis on King Street

Lavelle is a new oasis to escape to when Toronto issues its severe heat warnings. It is located on the rooftop of the 629 King Residences, a FREED Developments project at King and Bathurst.

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Spotted: Gold at the end of the rainbow trend

Chances are a few rainbow-hued food items have caught your attention as of late.

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Food Crawl: Christie Pits restaurants spring to life around neighbourhood green space

Christie Pits is a hidden gem, easier to get to than the islands and not overrun by the bacchanalian crowds attracted to Trin Bellwoods on weekends. This is our tour of the neighbourhood’s best restaurants and bars.

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First Look in 360 Degrees: McCoy Burger Co. joins Yonge Street’s burger row

The first McCoy Burger Company opened in Oshawa over a year ago and he added a second one on Yonge, between Lawrence and Teddington Park in North Toronto’s burger strip, last month.

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What to Eat this Minute: Sushi burritos are Toronto’s hottest new hand-held food

In Toronto, the sushi burrito trend is just getting its legs out

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Taste Test: Beat the heat with the best ice cream sandwiches in Toronto

T.O.’s frozen treat purveyors are dishing out wild and wacky creations for everything from soft serve to frozen sandwiches. We invited chef Cory Vitiello of the Harbord Room, Flock and the TV series Chef In Your Ear to taste these over-the-top sammies and find out who has the cream of the crop.

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Lunch Pick: The Breakwich at Uncle Betty’s hits the brunch spot

Our pick is the Breakwich (from $5.50), made for those who never tire of the simple duo of egg-on-a-bun.

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Restaurant Review: Superstar chef’s El Rey Mezcal Bar lacks magic touch

I’m guessing they like El Rey for its cocktail extravaganzas and Mexican munchies. After all, this is Kensington. People need munchies. Which don’t have to taste great.

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