Here it is! The third edition of Capital Dining, fully updated for 2011, is now available in area book stores and specialty food shops, and through General Store Publishing House. The new edition includes 158 of my favourite restaurants, pubs, [read more]
It’s coming. It’s coming. I’m closing in on being able to imagine the end! At least of the research phase of the book. Two lunches and a dinner every day takes a toll, but for you, I munch on. This [read more]
Number out of service has a gloomy ring. I’ll drive by later today to confirm, but preliminary forays reveal this eclectic little restaurant with the remarkably kind prices has closed.
Bear in mind, as you read the review of the Whalesbone in CD on page 190, that chef Steve Vardy is no longer in charge. Vardy moved to Newfoundland in 2007 (though has returned to open the latest installment of [read more]
Social stands, but Mitton is gone to Murray Street (see review, August 31/08) which makes the page 157 report, as it stands, moot-ish. Restaurant e18hteen chef Matt Carmichael is now managing both kitchens.
Review of The Courtyard as it appears in Capital Dining, on page 175, speaks mostly about the cuisine of chef Marc Lepine. He left shortly after the book went to print, and is now in the frantic floes of opening his [read more]