Weekly Restaurant Recap rounds up the week’s Toronto restaurant news. In this edition: a new gelato shop at Dundas and Bathurst, a second location for Belmonte Raw, a popular Middle Eastern restaurant opens in the east end and more.
With its soon-to-be-open third location on Queen West, you’d think that The Burger’s Priest would take some time to enjoy its meteoric success. But yesterday evening, The Burger’s Priest announced on Twitter that it will be opening yet another location, this time in Etobicoke.
Since 1991, Inside Out, a not-for-profit charity that promotes LGBT culture and community through film and video, has held an annual springtime festival in Toronto, and this year some very impressive names are attached to the ever-growing event.
When Patrick Kriss took over Acadia’s kitchen from Matt Blondin around a year ago, he had some big shoes to fill. Blondin had earned some serious acclaim for his inventive cooking, putting Acadia on the map as one of the best restaurants in the city. But Kriss took on the challenge with vigour, earning extremely high praise of his own.
Deep ruby in colour with a slightly orange rim; a nose of red berries, clove and forest floor; full-bodied with a cedary note, dusty tannins reminiscent of a Barbaresco.