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The Moth Café – Restaurant Review

I’ve officially crossed over to the “vegetarian-food-is-good” side of eating. I haven’t given up on meat, but my consumption of…

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Hidden Gem in Edmonton: Chix Shack serves Thai street food

There are several factors working against Chix Shack that will prevent many people from experiencing the wonderful food coming out…

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Avila Arepa – Restaurant Review

Rolando Sandrea, a Chemical Engineer from Venezuela,  decided that one day he would own a restaurant that served the food of his…

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Bottega 104 – Restaurant Review

This is the latest venture for the Crudo family—they of Cafe Amore, Black Pearl and Amore Pasta.  The restaurant is…

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Whyte Avenue’s Pho Boy, for sure.

Fan of Pho? You’re going to like Pho Boy, a little Vietnamese restaurant in the old B’s Diner on Whyte…

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The Scuttlebutt on Grandin Fish ‘n’ Chips

I had no idea how many common words and phrases stem from seafaring terms until I wrote my web article for Grandin…

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Baijiu: Restaurant Review

There’s been just a wee bit of excitement over the opening of Kevin Cam’s second restaurant, this one a 1930s…

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Ramen at Nudoru Hits the Spot

It’s taken me a while to make it to Nudoru on Whyte Avenue, but they do say that good things…

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Atlas Steak + Fish: the Classic Steakhouse is Back in Town

In the old days, steakhouses ruled the culinary scene. The rooms were large, dark and manly; heavy on the wood and…

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Sweet Clementine: Clever Cocktails and Nosh Nouveau at The Pearl

Andrew Borley, Evan Watson and Jordan Clemens, formerly known as The Volstead Act, long-dreamed of opening an elegant and unpretentious…

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