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  • Anthony's Restaurant and Bistro
    You won't be disappointed at Plattsburgh's Anthony's Restaurant and Bistro, where well-prepared eats and delicious drinks rule the menu. Anthony's Restaurant and Bistro will keep those with dietary needs happy with a menu filled with gluten-free and low-fat items. Don't go thirsty during dinner! Anthony's Restaurant and Bistro also offers a splendid drink list featuring wine, beer, and more. Whether you have a large or small group, Anthony's Restaurant and Bistro can accommodate both. Give the restaurant a call to reserve your table ahead of time. No need to be formal, business casual will pass. Anthony's Restaurant and Bistro will even bring the amazing food from their kitchen to yours. If you're strapped for time, take out food from Anthony's Restaurant and Bistro. At Anthony's Restaurant and Bistro, bikers can lock their bikes safely outside. Meals at Anthony's Restaurant and Bistro are incredibly tasty and reasonably priced around $30.
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    538 State Route 3
    Plattsburgh, NY US
  • Knox Fine Dining
    You can almost hear the soulful gospel songs and echoes of a bygone preacher's sermon when you walk into Knox Fine Dining, housed in a renovated historical church. Sunlight streams in through colourful stain-glass windows, bathing the handsome original hardwood flooring in light. Diners lean across the table on wooden pews, clinking glasses of international wine and marveling at the vibrant paintings that adorn the walls. Making use of the acoustics, the elegant cavern plays host to live jazz every Saturday as well as occasional organ performances from owner and host Paul Mayer's wife. While Paul tends to guests in the dining room, chef Gabriel Asselin captains the bustling kitchen. Pulling from his classical French training, he designs a seasonal menu of imaginative gourmet dishes that have been lauded by reporters from CTV News. The chef favours locally sourced ingredients and rare meats, such as wild boar, kangaroo, and unicorn. His ever-changing repertoire of dishes has included half-quail confit, grilled-bison strip loin, and the calamari that earned the attention of the Cornwall Free News who called the dish "tender and flavourful.”
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    16976 McLean Rd.
    Moose Creek, ON CA
  • Grill Forty One
    Chef Brian Vallipuram garnered his flair for flavour in his birth country of Sri Lanka and honed it while training to become a Master Chef in kitchens across Europe and Pangea. After prestigious stints at various upscale eateries in Toronto, Brian headed to Rose Hall, Jamaica where he gleaned invaluable hotel-dining experience at the White Witch Restaurant at the Ritz Carlton Hotel. Currently rooted in Ottawa, Brian populates Grill Forty One's menu with handpicked fresh and local ingredients, enabling him to craft upscale dishes such as rack of lamb, slow-cooked duck, and Atlantic salmon. Located inside the historic Lord Elgin Hotel, Grill Forty One takes its name from the year it came into fruition: 1941. Conceived of as a space where luxury mingles with warmth and a casual vibe, the eatery comprises a lounge with flat-screen TVs and huge windows where guests can gaze out onto vistas of Elgin Street and Confederation Park where squirrels are known to perform Shakespeare. Earth tones, wood trims, and a wall with built-in glass cabinets showcasing fine wines embellish the dining room. With booths and banquet seating, Grill Forty One accommodates those popping in for a cocktail before a night at the theatre or larger groups meeting for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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    100 Elgin Street
    Ottawa, ON CA
  • Luna Crepes and Cafe
    After years of planning, Luna Cr?pes and Caf? opened its doors and became an instant treat in Kanata. The shop employs a special machine imported from Italy to create 25 different cr?pes?some sweet, some savory. No matter which type you choose, the cr?pes here are folded into huge, plate-sized delicacies packed with everything from Nutella and fruit to chicken pesto and filet mignon. Savory cr?pes can also be converted into panini or ciabatta sandwiches faster than a trundle-bed transformer. Cr?pes aside, Luna rounds out its menu with soups, salads, and all-day breakfast options, including omelets and addictive Belgian waffles. The shop also makes its own gelato in addition to fresh juices and fruit smoothies.
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    329 March Rd.
    Ottawa, ON CA
  • Farbs Kitchen & Wine Bar
    Michael Farber, the owner and head chef at Farbs Kitchen & Wine Bar, finds many of the ingredients for his dishes within 100 miles of the New Edinburgh restaurant. He gets seasonal produce from growers such as Diotte Farm and buys responsibly harvested seafood from The Whalesbone Sustainable Oyster & Fish Supply. Batches of wild mushrooms come from Le Coprin, where foragers hand-pick them from the woodlands of the Boreal Forest. Even his wine list celebrates local offerings with bottles from Niagara and Prince Edward County. These local ingredients become even more appealing when you see how Farber and his team finesse them. They roast wild mushrooms to add woodsy flavor to poutine, and soak heirloom cucumbers in brine to make the gourmet pickles that garnish plates of steak tartare. Fresh herbs and greens dress up seasonal risotto, and a creative lemon-truffle emulsion brings out the flavors of black cod. When the end of the meal rolls around, don't miss out on a sweet finale of house-made sorbet or ice cream.
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    18 Beechwood Ave.
    Vanier, ON CA
  • Spoon Self Serve Frozen Yogurt Lounge
    Lounge decor, light music, and keyboard taps powered by free WiFi set the stage for the light and creamy swirls of yogurt that stream forth from Spoon Frozen Yogurt Lounge?s do-it-yourself pumps. Guests begin by filling their cups or complimentary homemade waffle cones with one of 12 yogurt flavours, choosing from classics such as chocolate and vanilla or branching out into the luxury flavors?such as red velvet or cookies and cream?that helped earn the family-owned shop Faces Magazine's designation as best frozen yogurt shop in Ottawa. After filling up, guests can finish off their creations with some of the bar?s more than 50 cold or crunchy toppings, dotting their yogurt with fresh fruit, cheesecake, candies, or bits of brownie. In addition to tasting great, the yogurt treats won't toy with your diet; each kosher, gluten-free swirl is packed with probiotics, and many flavors come in fat-free, sugar-free, and non-dairy varieties.
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    111 Clarence Street
    Ottawa, ON CA

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