Review


Must Try: Big Crow BBQ

Must Try: Big Crow BBQ

Chef Anthony Rose has done it again, tempting our palates with a badass barbeque joint found behind his diner-style resto Rose & Sons. Oh... you haven't heard? Well listen up, because Big Crow BBQ is bringing a flock of smoky...
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Notable Eats: Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House

We recently stopped by for a bite at one of Vancouver’s landmark restaurants prominently positioned at Robson and Thurlow Streets. Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House is synonymous with Old World class, a sense of history and boisterous charm. You get the feeling that anything goes – and it pretty much does. Attitudes need to be checked at the door and you never know who you’ll bump into at the next bar stool or banquet over
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Notable Restaurant Review: The Farmhouse Tavern, Two Ways

We’re deeming The Farmhouse Tavern “the cream of the crop” of The Junction – the most impressive new venture to cultivate this west Toronto neighbourhood to date. If you have been looking for a reason to venture further into the Toronto Frontier (the westward wave of culinary expansion that began with Queen St. not so long ago), here’s your first starting post
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Notable Restaurant Review: Cibo, Two Ways

In a city that favours the understated and the humble, those restaurateurs that set out to deliver the posh and the polish quickly turn heads. The attention is warranted. Cibo Wine Bar, a new Italian restaurant in the downtown core, is stunning
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Notable Restaurant Review: Woods, Two Ways

Bruce Woods, Executive Chef of the newly opened and aptly named “Woods,” warmly greeted every patron that walked through his door on a Friday evening. A farm-to-table menu with a Canadian theme reigns, but Woods is not adverse to adding other flavours that you just can’t get in Canada
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Notable Restaurant Review: L'Ouvrier, Two Ways

L’Ouvrier is a peculiar place. The cuisine, the crowd, the décor – it’s a quirky joint that is worth exploring. Nestled amongst the growing list of culinary heavyweights on Dundas West, L’Ouvrier is here to offer the abstract dining experience. It’s minimalist, spontaneous and, quite frankly, it’s a bit bizarre
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Notable Restaurant Review: Bestellen, Two Ways

Bestellen: the wonder beast of College Street. It’s where Toronto’s in-the-know diners graze, carnivores indulge; a feast for the mighty. Meat lovers rejoice, your prayers have been answered. We've provided a spin on the typical restaurant review to bring you two ways of enjoying one of the city's culinary gems
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Winterlicious Preview: The Shore Club

Sitting comfortably in the heart of the entertainment district and within steps of the neighbouring Ritz-Carlton, not to mention that it's a favourite of the city's Bay Street crowd, we knew what to expect at the Shore Club: opulence and class. But is it for the masses? With their featured Winterlicious menu, it might just be
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YP Thoughts on the New MySpace

On Monday, MySpace re-launched its long-awaited site with a hyped up campaign that went largely unnoticed. We asked five MySpace-familiar young professionals their opinion on the site as they checked it out for the first time. Here is what they had to say about everything from its functionality to hits and misses of the new design, its effectiveness as a promotional tool, and predictions of MySpace’s popularity
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Tasted: Happening Gourmand Lunch Menu

The hype for Happening Gourmand, Old Montreal’s popular restaurant month under way since January 5th, has been buzzing all around the city. We had a chance to taste test some signature dishes of this year's participating restaurants today at Verses; bon appetit
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