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Coal-fired pizza joint opens in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / July 30, 2016

Angelos Pizza TorontoA pizzeria from Boston has just landed in Toronto and has introduced us to coal-fired pizza. Along with the thin crust pies, expect to find a range of Italian-American red sauce specialties all served in massive portions meant to be shared.

Read my profile of Angelo's Coal Fired Pizza in the restaurants section.

Toronto gets a new soda shop and retro diner

Posted by Liora Ipsum / July 29, 2016

Fountain TorontoThere's a new joint in Toronto for old school treats. Retro desserts, ranging from milkshakes to ice cream parfaits, are on the menu. Just be warned, these aren't offered at retro prices.

Read my profile of Fountain in the restaurants section.

Just opened sushi joint does a great sashimi plate

Posted by Amy Carlberg / July 29, 2016

Amico Sushi TorontoOne thing's for sure in Toronto: we can never get enough sushi. Toronto's newest entrant to the raw fish game doesn't mess around with fresh, beautifully prepared sashimi and tasty cocktails to boot.

Read my profile of Amico Sushi in the restaurants section.

Get Well's new location comes with pizza and a patio

Posted by Jen Hunter / July 28, 2016

Get WellGet Well has opened its second location in the space previously occupied by Kitch. While the new bar goes by a different name, the excellent craft beer list and retro video games remains the hallmark of the bar.

Read my review of The Greater Good in the bars section.

This shop is a wonderland for Asian snacks and candy

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / July 28, 2016

Ding Dong GroceryIf you're looking for wild and wacky Asian confections, this shop is a wonderland of candy and soft drinks that you won't find in many places around Toronto.

Read my profile of Ding Dong in the grocery section.

New restaurant serves authentic Mexican on a patio

Posted by Amy Carlberg / July 27, 2016

Los Guacamoles TorontoLove Mexican, but sick of sombreros and chili lights? If you want a meal out with a home-cooked feel made the same way Mexican food was meant to be made for generations, head to this patio for a margarita and some chips and guac.

Read my profile of Los Guaca-moles in the restaurants section.

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