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Now you can own a piece of Splendido restaurant

Toronto's famed Splendido served its last supper on New Year's Eve and wrapped up 25 years as one of this city's most highly rated restaurants. But starting January 16, the Harbord Street institution will be putting a bunch of its furniture up for sale.

While Splendido's tasting menu may have been pricey, the items up for grabs are actually quite reasonable - think $50 for one orange leather dining room chair and $50 for a leather swivel chair.

If you're looking to add some Toronto fine-dining history to your home, head to 88 Harbord Street between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturday.

Photo via Splendio.


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