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  • Trocadero Restaurant
    Trocadero Restaurant links innovation to tradition by using classic Italian recipes executed with meticulous craft and making pastas from scratch. The latter, in such flavours as manicotti, lasagna, and gnocchi come bearing the Trocadero's house pomodoro sauce and tiny tidings of peace ($16 each). Other offerings from the dinner menu include the Pollo Tuscany, chicken-breast medallions served with havarti cheese, prosciutto, and baby spinach and drizzled with a creamy pesto sauce ($28). Open for dinner Wednesday through Saturday, the eatery serves lunch Wednesday through Friday, during which diners can sample a hearty midday menu. Three gourmet personal pizzas lead the lunch pack, including a cold-cut-covered version and a vegetarian variant ($13). The restaurant's warm, familial interior boasts quaint plaid tablecloths, cozy lace-curtain booths, and a complimentary cheek-pinching great aunt upon request.
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    525 Barton St E
    Hamilton, ON CA
  • Harbour Diner
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    488 James St N
    Hamilton, ON CA
  • The Augusta House Gastropub
    The Augusta House plies patrons with fine dining and down-to-earth drinks in a cozy, inviting atmosphere. For sophisticated palates, the extensive menu features meaty morsels such as the New Zealand half-rack of lamb drizzled with red wine demi-glace ($24), as well as a savoury selection of tapas, salads, and gold-rimmed monocles. Otherwise, lighter eaters can pair a crisp white from the wine list with a haute cuisine update of traditional beer-battered fish and chips ($11–$17). Live blues and Motown DJ sets on Saturday and Sunday get toes tapping and cochleae salivating in the gracious ochre dining room, while a regular trivia night with discounted import beers can tickle brains as well as bellies.
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    17 Augusta St
    Hamilton, ON CA
  • Montfort On the Mountain
    Montfort grills, plates, and serves healthy Mediterranean cuisine with fast, friendly service. The Upper James location offers families and couples a homey, sit-down dining experience in the most spacious and sweatpants-free dining room of the Monfort locations. All of their dishes are made from scratch, and include such classics as hummos and falafel ($12.95) and the signature Montfort chicken pita with pineapple ($6.99)—which like a rapper’s smile is grilled, not fried. Night owls and midnight parakeets will appreciate Montfort's late hours, with filling food served until 3 a.m. on weekdays. For the full scoop and sundae on their tasty fare, check out the complete menu on their website.
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    1508 Upper James St
    Hamilton, ON CA
  • Incognito Restaurant and WIne Bar
    Tourism Hamilton's 2010 Restaurant of the Year, Incognito treats diners to a locally sourced fine dining experience that's relaxed and romantic. Like the tax code, Incognito's diverse menu changes seasonally for best effect, offering patrons a la carte dishes, and table d'hote options that snap with fresh flavours. Embark on epicurean exploits with an appetizer of seared ahi tuna sashimi ($11.95), or exercise incisors with a helping of carpaccio ($11.95), accented with shaved parmesan reggiano. Diners can mine previously undiscovered depths of deliciousness with the veal strip loin ($22.95), pan-seared and dressed in a wild berry and cassis reduction, and reformed carnivores enjoy a bevy of beefless options, such as the butternut squash ravioli ($17.95), which rafts down a river of garlic cream sauce with grape tomatoes and spinach. The chef's daily feature, crafted fresh and priced to market, provides a culinary surprise that doesn't involve blindfolding a can of SpaghettiOs. Prix fixe dinner selections are also available and include an appetizer, entree, and choice of dessert, made in-house.
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    93 John Street South
    Hamilton, ON CA
  • Sbarro
    Every bite of hand-stretched, mozzarella-covered crust at Sbarro can trace its roots back to Naples, Italy. It was there that the Sbarro family began its rich culinary tradition, and when Gennaro and Carmela Sbarro came to America, they brought that tradition with them. In search of the American Dream, the pair opened their first salumeria in Brooklyn in 1956. And the neighborhood took notice. The homemade mozzarella and flavorful sausage soon earned the grocery a reputation for having fresh, authentic Italian food, a reputation that helped the Sbarros pepper New York with additional locations over the next decade. Then, in 1967, they established their first mall-based restaurant inside the Kings Plaza Shopping Center. With its open kitchen and speedy service, that eatery laid the groundwork for what would become one of the world's most popular pizzerias. Today, Sbarro has grown into more than 1,000 restaurants across the globe. At each, chefs decorate their New York-style pizzas with everything from mushrooms and sausage to pineapple and broccoli, along with sauce made on-site using fresh herbs. And while Sbarro serves more than 70 million pizzas every year?enough to make pepperoni one of agriculture's most lucrative cash crops?they also craft other Italian favorites from recipes that have been passed down since 1947.
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    13850 Steeles Avenue
    Halton Hills, ON CA

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