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REVIEW: Metro Vs. H Mart

REVIEW: Metro Vs. H Mart

A breakdown on which campus-area grocer is the better bang for your buck.

by Michael D'Alimonte· · Arts & Life, Food
A University of Dalhousie study found 58 per cent of Canadians eat lunch alone rather than with friends, family or coworkers.

Eating alone is the norm, but Ryerson grad’s app works to change that

It’s lunch time. You take a moment, grab a bite to eat and sit by yourself to enjoy it. If that sounds familiar, you’re not alone.

by Justin Chandler· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Kale ceasar salad - dulse, horseradish, bannock croutons (left).
Pig & chips - pressed ontario pork shoulder, roast garlic fries, mustard greens kimchi (right).
(Courtesy Samantha Sim)

Winterlicious Review: Bannock

If you’re looking for quintessential Canadian comfort food, look no further than Bannock. The Queen St E. spot from Toronto restaurateurs Peter Oliver and Michael Bonacini made its debut on the Winterlicious roster with $15 lunch and $25 dinner offerings this year. When I settled in for a mid-afternoon meal with a friend, the restaurant was abuzz with people in […]

by Tara Deschamps· · Arts & Life, Food, Top stories
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