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Poutineville celebrating anniversary with $1 poutine

While many think of Poutine as a late-night snack, Poutineville arrived in Toronto one year ago from Montreal, joining local eateries such as Smoke's Poutinerie and Poutini's, to give our humble national dish a little bit more pizzazz. And on Thursday you can celebrate this french fried renaissance with a $1 poutine.

From 11 a.m. until midnight on August 13, Poutineville is selling its classic poutine for a loonie with the purchase of any beverage.

If that doesn't satisfy your craving, you always spend a bit more cash because the Annex-area restaurant offers a make-your-own-poutine menu with seemingly endless combinations of deep fried, cheesy and saucy goodness.

There's also the $100, 15-pound heart attack platter if you're looking for a challenge, which you may later regret. Regardless, if you haven't tried Poutineville's poutine yet, this $1 option may be your best bet.


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