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Poutineville closes its Toronto location

All-you-can-eat poutine certainly sounds enticing. But really, how many plates of fries, gravy and cheese curds can you actually eat? (Don't take that as a personal challenge, please.)

Perhaps it's not surprising then that Poutineville closed down its only Toronto location at 296 Brunswick Ave. in the Annex, beside late night hot spots, like the Lab and the Green Room.

Apparently, a new snack bar is going to replace this poutine emporium. This incoming eatery, called Tilt, will focus on fun and games.

According to a post on the Food and Wine Industry Career Navigator Facebook group, "Tilt is a new Toronto Snackery, Bar, and Arcade that is located in the heart of the Annex. Comprising a historically significant collection of games from all eras, an excellent craft beer and spirits selection as well as a smart, food oriented take on classic midway and snack bar favourites."

Photo by Jesse Milns.


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