Toronto Restaurant Openings: Wood Firepit & Tap, Ronnie B's, Louis Cifer Brew House, La Zona Pizzeria
Sure, there's always a place for classic flavour combos in burgerland. (Is anything truly better than ketchup, mustard and a Kraft single on a burger at a backyard cookout?) But our collective appetites for new, adventurous taste combinations persist. After all, we're a massively multicultural city, exposed to every kind of flavour you can imagine (and raised on deep-fried everything at the CNE). Put it on a burger, chefs of Toronto, and we will eat it.
Here are my picks for the weirdest burger toppings in Toronto.
Here are the rest of this week's most dire on DineSafe.