Some more to add to this list. Arguably the coolest bar in town, The Republic, located between Whisky and Mateo. A new bar, Bar Lusconi, just opened downtown. Wine bars are missing from this list. Two that come to mind are West End Wine Bar and Six Plates. G2B has some of the most esoteric beer selections in town.
Oh, and why is Rush not listed?
It's a travesty not to have Besnard Lakes show at Cat's Cradle tonight on this list.
Your information about Dame's is incorrect, they do not only serve cutlets. Some of their waffle choices pair wings while others paid drumsticks. The only cut you will not get is thighs, which is a shame. That said, I wish Dame's would change their menu such that patrons could mix-and-match the type of waffle, shmear, and cut of fried chicken rather than have limited set combinations.
Awesome article as usual Mr. Ross. However, Mr. Grant's claim that onion rings is an American invention/ American food is as absurd as saying Columbus discovered America. For example in India, onion bhaji, rings or straws of onion dripped in chick pea batter and fried is about as ubiquitous as onion rings in America.
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