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Moxie's Grill & Bar
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Passion. Food. Friends.
Passion. Food. Friends.

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This holiday season, when you buy a $100 gift card, we’ll gift you with a $20 BONUS card! It’s our way of making your spirits bright.

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When you need to leave the dorm for a stretch and take a break from the books, we’re here with a menu full of late night eats! After 9pm dive into shareable snacks and drink features that you can afford even on a university student’s budget. And if you’re determined to keep working, we’ve got really fast and really free wifi, so you can have a fun night out and still get your work done!

moxies.com/back-to-school-late-night
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We chatted with our National Beverage Director Kim Spence about his favourite summer cocktail line-up and how best to enjoy them in the sun on the patio with friends. So go ahead, stay hydrated and #SqueezeSummerHard from AM to PM on your local Moxie's Patio with these refreshing suggestions from in our patio drink guide: moxies.com/patio-drink-guide
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Chef Brandon Thordarson created this special dinner with some chef-y things in it and some Brandon-y things in it. It has a bit of his own soul and upbringing on the menu for sure. It’s a great way to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary with Canadian food in a historic culinary venue. It’s a menu you have to see, so see it here: moxies.com/blog/james-beard-dinner-menu
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Moxie's twist on Walter Chell's classic Caesar is a favourite at Sunday brunch, with after work appies or kicking off the weekend! We mix Clamato juice with dashes of Tabasco and Worcestershire sauce, seasoned with salt and pepper, and garnished with a pickle, a pepperoncini, pickled carrot, a wedge of lime, and a tortilla sail! Find out where this unique cocktail got its start in this blog: moxies.com/blog/hail-the-caesar
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Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fats - those good fats that reduce cholesterol levels and help keep your heart healthy. Beyond the health benefits, olive oil can be used in a variety of ways in the kitchen, including baking! Find out which part of Italy favours olive oil over butter in this Moxie’s blog: moxies.com/blog/olive-oil-love
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The whiskey sour is quite a bold citrus cocktail, which makes it interesting to pair. It goes well with our Oven Roasted Free-Run Chicken or Lemon Herb Lois Lake Salmon, and would be a great accompaniment to starters like Dry Ribs or Nachos. It’s ideal for a pre or post dinner drink and perfect for enjoying on its own - so just sit back and enjoy your summer evening with one of the truly great “brown drinks”. Read all about the history, and try our recipe at our blog:
moxies.com/blog/whiskey-sour-cocktail
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Raise your glass! Whether you favour a pint of beer, a glass of wine or your favourite cocktail, just about every culture in the world has their own unique way to say “cheers!” Etiquette ranges from making eye contact to whose glass is highest - take a tour with us in the Moxie’s blog as we explore some of these fun cultural toasts.

moxies.com/blog/global-beer-cheers-toasts
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Chef Brandon Thordarson tells us that buying a new smoker this January was one of the best home cooking investments he has ever made, and uses it for making everything from chicken and beef to potatoes and cheese! We asked him for a few suggestions on what every home cook should have for the ultimate outdoor cooking experience. Find out his 6 critical accessories in this blog: moxies.com/blog/fathers-day-bbq-tips
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Everybody loves a good chicken wing, especially when it’s wing night! Popular among students, wing night is a great excuse to get the gang together and enjoy some hot wings, a cold drink and lots of laughter. But where did the chicken wing come from? They originated in Anchor Bar in Buffalo, but from there opinion differs. What do you think?

moxies.com/blog/chicken-wing-night
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