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Five amazing places to eat and drink in Toronto's Kensington Market
Oct. 13 2013 | - The Globe and Mail | CHRIS NUTTALL-SMITH

1. Sanagan's Meat Locker
176 Baldwin, Toronto —176 Baldwin Street, 416-593-9747, @SevenLivesTO,
2. Seven Lives Tacos
69 Kensington Ave., Toronto
3. Cold Tea Bar
60 Kensington Ave., Toronto — Cold Tea is a dive bar.
4. Rasta Pasta
61 Kensington Avenue, Toronto — You will smell cook and co-owner Magnus Patterson’s work before you see it, and that smell, of juicy, smoky, caramel and scotch bonnet-kissed jerk chicken thighs and smouldering pimento wood charcoal, will be intoxicating.
5. Fica
28 Kensington Ave., Toronto — So what if this Swedish-inspired café, owned and operated by the photographer Nikki Leigh McKean and her husband, Splendido chef Victor Barry, has a slightly different vibe from most of its neighbours?
Kensington_Market  Toronto  restaurants  Chris_Nuttall-Smith  sandwiches 
october 2013 by jerryking
Sanagan's Meat Locker
176 Baldwin Street Toronto, Ontario,
M5T 1L8

416 593 9747
Kensington_Market  Toronto  butchers  meat  retailers 
september 2013 by jerryking
Rol San Restaurant
323 Spadina Ave
Toronto, ON M5T 2E9
Neighbourhoods: Chinatown, Kensington Market, Downtown Core
(416) 977-1128
Dim_Sum  brunch  Toronto  restaurants  Kensington_Market  Chinatown 
november 2012 by jerryking
No cottage? No problem: what to do in Toronto on the May holiday weekend - The Globe and Mail
May. 21, 2011 | Globe & Mail | IAN MERRINGER.
* The Martin Goodman Trail.
* Run up and down the Casa Loma steps, great workout, better view.
* Ravines. No shortage of them.
* Scarborough Bluffs.
* The Don Valley. Again, might want a snack and water.
* Wander around "Chinatown" (Spadina).
* Kensington Market.
* Harbourfront.
travel  things_to_do  ravines  parks  Toronto  Kensington_Market  Chinatown  Harbourfront  Don_River  Scarborough  waterfronts 
may 2011 by jerryking

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