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Gastro W.
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Kost (Toronto)
Even on
a chilly Spring day, the atmosphere in Kost is warm and sunny – the bright palm
tree dining room a taste of Miami when you can’t hop on a plane. The restaurant
is inspired by the Baja Peninsula, the land that brought the city amazing fish
and shrimp...
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Akira Back (Toronto)
Despite
sounding like a Justin Timberlake song, Akira Back is named after a notable
American chef, who’s also the co-owner of his first Canadian restaurant. Chef
Back is known to blend Japanese cuisine with other cultures; at the Toronto
restaurant the trad...
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Reverie at the Park (Toronto)
Amongst
the city façade of College Street, Reverie’s signage stands out as a lush green
garden. It fittingly presents Reverie at the Park, a place where they want
patrons to feel like they’re in a “daydream”. Plus, feel like you're in a park: from the tree ...
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Awai (Toronto)
As a person who eats meat, a completely
plant-based menu generally doesn’t excite me. While I like vegetables, and know
there are many ways to prepare them, I can’t help but anticipate a boring dish
or worry the chefs will rely on fat and deep frying to mak...
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BlueBlood Steakhouse (Toronto)
If you
haven’t visited Casa Loma lately, you’ll be surprised by how much has changed.
Once a destination for tourists, elementary school trips, and weddings, the
attraction now houses an escape room and BlueBlood Steakhouse, a sprawling
restaurant occupying...
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