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Sunday, April 1 • 7:30pm - 10:00pm
A Food and Drink Lover's Guide to Toronto” - a series of epicurean adventures throughout some of Toronto's best restaurants and bars.

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Once the ARLIS Conference has wrapped up, intrepid conference-goers who are staying in town for Sunday night will be looking to head out and explore Toronto further. What better way to do so than to take in some of the city’s outstanding food and drink destinations, as we are an epicurean destination that does not need to take a back seat to any city! In order to showcase some of this variety, on Sunday, April 1, there will be a number of gatherings for conference-goers to let down their hair and relax. For those who are interested, there will be four options:

 

Caplansky’s

356 College Street

http://caplanskys.com/

 This has quickly become the go-to spot in Toronto to indulge in what is admittedly a Montreal specialty, but a Canadian passion – Montreal smoked meat sandwiches. Started as a take-out joint at the local institution, the Monarch Tavern, Caplansky’s now has its own location where diners can have a smoked meat sandwich or other specialities such as liver & onion and beef brisket. Intrepid souls could follow up a sandwich with a short walk to some outstanding nearby bars such as the Cloak and Dagger or Smokeless Joe.

Average Main: $12

 

C’est What?

67 Front Street East

http://www.cestwhat.com/

Until recently, Ontario lagged behind other areas in the craft-brewing renaissance in North America. No longer! C’est What has become something of an institution in Toronto as a mecca for Ontario craft brews, with 35 local-only taps at any given time, all showcasing the amazing variety and quality of our beers, ranging from the Amsterdam Boneshaker IPA to Beau’s Night-Marzen.

Average Main: $12

 

Le Select

432 Wellington Street West

http://www.leselect.com/

A long-standing Toronto favourite that indulges diners with a wonderful atmosphere and traditional French fare, including steak frites, cassoulet, and bouillabaisse, along with one of the city’s best wine lists. The restaurant is pure France, with a feeling of having walked in from downtown Toronto straight into the Montparnasse.

Average Main: $21

 

Terroni

57 Adelaide Avenue East

http://www.terroni.com

While there have been a number of excellent Italian restaurants focussing on pizza that have opened up in Toronto over the past few years, few live up to the long-established standard set by Terroni. It is a boisterous and casual affair, with fantastic antipasti, paninis, pasta, and yes, pizza.

Average Main: $16

Watch this space for more details to come.


Sunday April 1, 2012 7:30pm - 10:00pm
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