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Sheryl Kirby

Sexual harassment is the restaurant industry's dirty little secret more

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Tanja-Tiziana Burdi

Chow down at these spots in condo country more

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These well-loved restos, all open for more than 30 years, are iconic institutions for a reason – they’ve maintained a high level of culinary execution and service more

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If a big occasion requires it – or you just feel like splurging – these spots make the most of the moment and, better still, won’t make you regret for a second that you dropped the dough more

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Keep up with the ever-changing food scene by checking out these places, all open for just one year or less more

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Michael Watier

The hottest new and notable brunch spots, the classics, diners, high-end joints, vegan & veggie, plus bars with awesome grub more

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Lobster tends to be stupidly overpriced in restaurants. Don't be intimidated by the live crustacean; learn how to cook it at home. more

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If you can't face the idea of cooking it up yourself, these eateries offer the crustacean at reasonable prices more

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David Laurence

Who makes the best fried chicken? We put the fried chicken dinner from five hip restos to the test, but with an added twist - how do they stand up to the fast food version? more

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David Laurence

Toronto's falling in love with barbecue, and now that Jason Rees has taken over the Monarch 'cue, food lovers are getting a BBQ education in more ways than one more

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David Laurence

They don't call us Hogtown for nothing more

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Andrew Berry-Ashpole

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David Laurence

It's not game on for all butchers. Here's where to get everything from caribou to crocodile. more

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David Laurence

While the options for Torontonians to try wild-caught game remain limited, there are plenty of opportunities to purchase farmed meat at restaurants or butcher shops. more

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Tibet Kitchen (1544 Queen West, at Fuller, 416-913-8726) Traditional Tibetan breakfasts for $6.50 per person, including all taxes, tip and tea or coffee. Average main at breakfast $5. Open Monday to Friday 4:30 to 10 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10 am... more

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