The annual dinner in white, now celebrating its fifth year in Toronto, isn't for the faint of heart. If you sign up, attendance for you and your guest is mandatory. You must also wear elegant, all-white (not ivory or cream) attire and bring along a foldable square table, two white chairs and a gourmet meal.
That's because the Kitanoya Marketing Corp., which owns the name Guu, and the Kinka Family Inc. (which licensed it) split up. The remaining Toronto-area Guu restaurants changed names to become Kinka Izakaya. But now it looks like Guu's coming back.
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Baro won't be a carbon copy of Valdez. Chef Steven Gonzalez will still be at its helm, but he'll serve up a more refined menu along with an expanded cocktail program.