It’s rare that I feel more strongly about the decor than I do about the food, but at Colette Grand Cafe this is true. The space reminds of a home. A really, really, nicely appointed home.
Nothing overly fancy, but all solid breakfast options done well. Lots of space, reservations, and coffee refills seal the deal.
We know that pretty much everyone is open New Year’s Eve, but what about New Year’s Day? Outside of hotel restaurants and Chinatown, here’s a list I compiled of decent brunch and dinner eats for January 1, 2012.
Newly opened for brunch, I thought I’d stop by for a bite at Beast the other day while wandering Queen West. You know, before I had some random ice cream and a late lunch with friends over at The Hoof… Continue Reading →
It’s hard to say this, but having gone to the Hoof Café and The Black Hoof twice apiece in the span of a week, I think I’ve officially overdosed on the Hoof goodness for now. That being said, let me… Continue Reading →
The Olympics are on and it dawns on me that I still haven’t finished my write-up of all the places I hit on my Vancouver trip… back in the fall. Well, consider this my effort to get caught up. Hopefully,… Continue Reading →
So I had this whole Winterlicious rant for today, but I apparently have more to say than I thought I originally did. Which means that I’m just going to do the update post I had in the works instead. Restaurant… Continue Reading →
We met up with a friend last Saturday morning at the recently opened The Hoof Café, The Black Hoof‘s newest outpost. Well, it’s more like a nearpost, as it’s located right across the street. With a totally different vibe and… Continue Reading →
I had another post about Ceili Cottage lined up, but I’m preempting it with this one. Why? Because though we were told “next week” when we asked about the Full Irish (banger, rasher, black pudding, beans, mushrooms, grilled tomato, potato… Continue Reading →
Since the Art Gallery of Ontario re-opened about a year ago, I hadn’t seen anything more than its curvy glass exterior. And while I still haven’t been through their redesigned galleries, I did recently manage to hit up their not-a-cafeteria… Continue Reading →
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