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  • Papas Pizza Mamas Chicken
    Papas Pizza Mamas Chicken represents three generations of a family's dedication to comfort food. Founder Kelly Manu's parents served as the inspiration for the restaurant's name since her kids grew up calling their grandparents Papa and Mama. Now that Kelly's children are grown and own and operate the family business, that legacy endures. The name isn't the only part of the legacy though. Papas Pizza Mamas Chicken remains unwaveringly dedicated to recipes that were gradually developed and refined over the years. Every morning, the cooks begin their day by opening their eyelids. But then they start making fresh dough, which they use to craft the menu's signature thick- and thin-crust pizzas. Customers can accessorize their pies by adding nearly 30 toppings, including hot sausage, meatballs, and sun-dried tomatoes. As the restaurant's name implies, the menu hardly stops at pizza. There's also golden-brown chicken fresh from the fryer, as well as an assortment of classic sides. Dishes such as wings, chicken-caesar pitas, garlic bread, and poutine made with fresh-cut fries help round out the menu's selection.
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    1098 Peter Robertson Boulevard
    Brampton, ON CA
  • Crabby Joe's Tap & Grill
    According to legend, Crabby Joe's nana was as renowned for her skills in the kitchen as she was for pelting trespassers with fresh onions. And after years of watching her cook, Joe wanted to emulate her methods. So he opened up his own restaurant in 1966, creating a menu of quality, freshly cooked dishes to go with an atmosphere of light-hearted sass. Crabby Joe's has since expanded into more than 40 locations across Ontario. At each restaurant, chefs serve up savory cuisine that encompasses various culinary motifs. Piles of Tex-Mex chili or extra cheese adorn the load-bearing Joe's nachos, first cousin to the hearty loaded-cheese-fries starter. Entree options pile up to challenge the indecisive, including a 10-ounce new york striploin sprinkled with goat cheese in a brandy-peppercorn sauce. And during lunch, cod fish tacos and salads take the spotlight.? Visitors also gather at Crabby Joe's for the sports. Typically, the clink of frosty pints is coupled with cheers as the televisions broadcast hockey, soccer, football, and baseball.
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    2 Kennedy Road South
    Brampton, ON CA
  • Mumma's Burritos
    Mumma’s keeps it simple. With every one of their hearty, handheld meals, chefs try to replicate the traditional flavours of Mexico. But besides authenticity, what really makes these burritos and quesadillas stand out are their ingredients. Bricks of avocado, slowly simmered beef, and spicy peppers all collide to create a taste extravaganza, one that vegetarians can enjoy as well thanks to a few meat-free options. Mumma's also whips up a variety of sides, including Mexican soup and cinnamon tortillas topped with ice cream, so that diners can make any burrito into a satisfying meal. On Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., Mumma's undergoes a transformation into a hookah bar. Thin wisps of flavored smoke dance through the air, with ice often packed into the pipes to create a cold, refreshing sensation.
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    373 Steeles Avenue West
    Brampton, ON CA
  • Louisiana
    If you make the mistake of glossing over the "Louisiana" part of Louisiana Seafood & Steakhouse, you'll be abruptly reminded of the Cajun influences with your first glance at the menu. One of the first dishes listed is Alligator from the Bayou, an appetizer of pan-fried gator ignited with a spicy marinade. The entrees are of similar ilk, tempting guests with Gulf-inspired flavors such as spicy etouffee and blackened catfish with homemade salsa. Of course, there's also plenty of steak, including a filet mignon with lobster tail and a spiced 8-ounce sirloin with peppercorn sauce and mashed potatoes shaped into a steak. To drink, the bartenders prepare nine specialty martinis and hot cocktails such as the Monte Cristo with Kahlua, Grand Marnier, and coffee.
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    1 Steeles Avenue East
    Brampton, ON CA
  • Local's Eatery & Refuge
    Each time one of the cooks at Local’s Eatery & Refuge tosses a ground-chuck patty on the flattop grill, a wild hissing sound erupts in the kitchen. Though it can be jarring, it’s music to the cooks’ ears because it’s audible proof of a freshly cooked meal. The kitchen staff extends this cooking technique to other menu items, too, such as wings that are slathered in one of eight housemade sauces or baby back ribs that are seasoned by hand. And despite its name, some of Local’s entrees have worldly roots, specifically the pizzas and the tikka masala, fish 'n' chips, Cajun chicken, and broccoli stir-fry dishes. Diners can feast on these dishes while enjoying Local’s big-screen TVs and mix of vintage and modern cocktails.
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    2 Fisherman Dr
    Brampton, ON CA
  • Oberoi's Kitchen
    This friendly bistro serves traditional Indian cuisine with a dose of global flair. The menu features white chicken korma in a cream cheese-based gravy, slow-braised lamb shank, and other meaty dishes. Vegetarians can chow down on palak paneer, a popular spinach and cheese dish. The staff seasons recipes with bold flavors including tamarind and ginger, and dress up many dishes with fruit chutneys, curries, and tandoori-roasted ingredients. Guests can sample favorites at the daily lunch buffet, and temper the zesty flavors with a refreshing mocktail in flavors such as berry caprioska and chocolate milk whip.
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    18 Queen St. E
    Brampton, ON CA

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