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While Plant-based Meals Grow in Popularity, Red Meat Still Features Prominently...

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Plant-based menu items continue to soar in popularity, and last March, the New York Times ran a 3,500-word article by Ligaya Mishan exploring the...

Harriet’s Toronto Opens at 1 Hotel Toronto

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TORONTO — The h.wood Group, in partnership with 1 Hotel Toronto and Mohari Hospitality, is introducing Harriet’s Toronto, the city’s newest all-season rooftop destination....

Kinton Ramen Introduces Its New Logo and Tagline

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TORONTO — Last week, just nine years after opening its first location, popular Japanese ramen brand Kinton Ramen formally launched its new logo and...

Kinka Izakaya Opens Fourth GTA Location

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TORONTO — Growing Japanese restaurant, Kinka Izakaya, opened its fourth Greater Toronto Area (GTA) location on November 30.  The grand opening of the 110 Harbour...

Hojo’s Japanese Cuisine

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Japanese Cuisine opened May 1 above MacAulay’s Bakery and Deli, boasting some of the islands only authentic Japanese cuisine. The restaurant is helmed by award-winning...

Kintori Yakitori to Re-open in Toronto

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TORONTO — Yakitori is the name and the game of the reimagined Japanese restaurant, Kintori Yakitori, which will re-open in Toronto this fall.  The restaurant, located at 668...

OpenTable Releases 100 Best Restaurants for a Big Night Out

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TORONTO — OpenTable has released its list of the 100 Best Restaurants in Canada for a Big Night Out for 2019.  “As temperatures heat up, so does the nightlife,” says...

B.C.’s Culinary Landscape Has Been Shaped by the Fruits of Sea...

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“To understand B.C. at all, you have to look at the ocean. The indigenous cuisine was all ocean- and river-based,” says Lenore Newman, a...

Teriyaki Experience Undergoing Premium Rebranding

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OAKVILLE, Ont. — Teriyaki Experience — the Canadian Japanese-inspired QSR franchise known for its healthy alternative fast-food offerings for the past 30 years —...

New Japanese Restaurant Opens in Toronto

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TORONTO — Toronto is now home to what’s being called the city’s first authentic hot charcoal robata restaurant.