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1. First Look: Roselle Desserts opens in Corktown
Stephanie Duong and Bruce Lee have put their training at George Brown and experience in France and Hong Kong to work with their new patisserie, Roselle Desserts, in Corktown.
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2. A look inside the menu Chris Kalisperas has created for Paralia
With the addition of Chris Kalisperas as their new chef, Beaches restaurant Paralia aims to rejuvenate that part of Toronto’s love for Greek cuisine. Kalisperas had been at The Forth on the Danforth and Brassaii before that.
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3. What to sample at Taste of Toronto this weekend
If last year’s Taste of Toronto was the David Chang show, then this is definitely the year for Masaharu Morimoto to take the spotlight. Here is our guide to the dishes we tried at Taste of Toronto.
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4. First Look: Grant van Gameren’s Bar Raval brings Barcelona to Toronto
The long-anticipated pintxos project from the team behind Bar Isabel opened its doors as Bar Raval on College Street a few days ago. The kitchen is led by Grant van Gameren while his partners, Robin Goodfellow and Mike Webster manage the bar.
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5. The Food Nomad: jerk chicken at Ritz Carribean Food
I’m about to break three foodie rules. I’m going to talk about a chain restaurant, one that’s located on Yonge Street, and I’m going to tell you that you have to eat there.
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6. The Food Nomad: pad Thai at Golden Thai

As passionate and as divided as food lovers can be about Thai food in Toronto, many will agree that the 20-year old Golden Thai restaurant has been a staple in this city, offering a versatile and consistent menu.

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7. Real Sports Bar launches new dishes in time for Leafs season
One of the country's biggest bars celebrates Leafs new season with a new menu
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8. Playa Cabana's Dave Sidhu to open Cocina Economica in Corktown
Cocina Economica celebrates Mexican home cooking, opens in Corktown this week.
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9. Toronto Smartphone Film Festival returns with two days of programming
The Toronto Smartphone Film Festival is one of the fastest-growing independent film festivals
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10. What we know about Alo, Patrick Kriss's upcoming tasting menu restaurant
Ex-Splendido chef Patrick Kriss is returning to the Toronto dining scene with plans to open Alo, a new restaurant focused on a tasting menu.
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11. First Look: Brad Moore and Ian Kapitan's Old School celebrates the classic American diner
The former Hudson Kitchen space on Dundas West has new owners in chefs Brad Moore and Ian Kapitan, and later this week will re-open as a casual diner and takeout joint called Old School.
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12. Strip Mall Gourmet: Patisserie Royale is the sweetest reason to visit Scarborough
Mounzer Jamous has been serving up freshly baked pastries to sweet-toothed Torontonians for over 15 years. Regulars would cram into the original Patisserie Royale, located on Lawrence East, picking up desserts by the kilo. Boxes would be stuffed full of the best baklava in town, pretty petit fours and various other finely crafted pastries.
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13. First Look: Massive Spanish tapas bar Tapagria opens in Markham
Owner Gary Tsang and chef Richard Andino have opened Tapagria on Commerce Valley Drive in Markham as an ode to their shared loved of Spanish food. The menu ranges from tapas and pintxos to full plates to desserts.
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14. Drake Hotel launches new dinner series called Feswick’s Freestyle
Chef Alexandra Feswick has created a summer dinner series called Feswick’s Freestyle, which will be an ongoing series of chef collaborations at the Drake Hotel.
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15. Canoe celebrates 20 years of Canadian cuisine with a special menu and alumni dinner
Oliver and Bonacini's Canoe restaurant celebrates 20 years in the restaurant game this year, to commemorate chefs Anthony Walsh, John Hone and Coulston Armstrong have put together a special #Canoe20 menu.
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16. First Look: Hemant Bhagwani opens Indian Street Food Company
Hemant Bhagwani, owner of the Amaya group of restaurants, is opening the doors to his latest project. Indian Street Food Company is Bhagwani's ode to street food prevalent at railway stations in the South Asian country.
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17. David Lee’s Nota Bene currently under renovations, will reboot near the end of January
“It’s the right time for me, I’m a firm believer in doing what you do best,” Lee said, regarding his decision to close his stalwart Nota Bene restaurant on Queen West for renovations.
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18. Eatable, Toronto's first food-focused film festival is on this weekend
A festival dedicated entirely to food-obsessed films is taking place this weekend. Featuring three screenings and participating host chefs with themed menus.
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19. Cheese Boutique launches League of Extraordinary Chefs event series
Etobicoke’s Cheese Boutique is not just a popular haven multi-room luxury food story. On top of curating an impressive cheese counter and imported artisanal products, owner Afrim Pristine has also built a reputation for organizing a number of high quality food events in the shop.
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20. Holiday Gift Guide: What to give the perfect holiday party host
We all have that one friend who is great at throwing parties. The consummate host who never fails to put on a memorable night filled with great company, exquisite cocktails and a heavenly spread of food.
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