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Poutini's is opening a mac and cheese restaurant

As the cold weather sets in, your cravings for creamy comfort food will only increase. But you're in luck because Nicholas and Frederic LalibertĂŠ, the team behind Poutini's House of Poutine, are opening up a new mac-and-cheese-focused restaurant on Ossington next month.

Bobbie Sue's will feature a menu dedicated to this classic childhood dish. Protein-filled options, such as pulled pork mac-and-cheese and smoked chicken with blue cheese sauce, will feature meat smoked at the nearby Hawker Bar. Other creative variations include the curry in a hurry, with curried tuna and peas.

While Bobbie Sue's will act mainly as a takeout spot, there will be some seating inside. Initially, it'll stay open until midnight, but it may extend its hours. Soon, you may never have to make a tough food choice at the end of a long night; just get poutine and mac-and-cheese combined.

Will you try Bobbie Sue's? Let us know in the comments.


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