From Our Editors
Yagger's menu divulges the details of inventive eats doled out in a fun, casual setting. Commence consumption with a warming bowl of broccoli cheese soup ($8), a flavourful liquid enhanced with the hunger-fighting powers of broccoli and white cheddar. Or try tapas such as the redneck sushi ($9), an innovative mix of hearty pulled pork, green onion, and tempura-battered sushi served with siracha-maple barbecue sauce and extraneous backyard furniture. The muffaletta panini ($11) introduces stacked salami and capicola to provolone cheese and pesto mayo, and the "mac & not so blue cheese" ($13.50) networks white cheddar and gorgonzola cream sauce with jumbo mac noodles, garnished with bruschetta. Herbivoyeurs can catch a glimpse of the vegetarian ravioli ($13), where fresh pasta protectively pockets delicate cheese and asparagus from a torrential downpour of zesty sundried-tomato pesto. Sandwiches include a Mediterranean lamb gyro ($13.50), with roasted organic lamb meat decorated with tzatziki, roasted red peppers, onions, and feta cheese, and an organic smoked bison reuben ($13), with dijon mustard, sauerkraut, and provolone cheese.