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

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Tanja-Tiziana Burdi

Chow down at these spots in condo country Read 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 Read 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 Read 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 Read 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 Read 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. Read 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 Read more



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? Read 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 Read more

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David Laurence

They don't call us Hogtown for nothing Read more



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David Laurence

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


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... Read more

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