You Gotta Eat Here!: Canada's Favourite Hometown Restaurants and Hidden Gems

You Gotta Eat Here!: Canada's Favourite Hometown Restaurants and Hidden Gems

Language: English

Pages: 368

ISBN: B008HS9EVI

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

You Gotta Eat Here!: Canada's Favourite Hometown Restaurants and Hidden Gems

Language: English

Pages: 368

ISBN: B008HS9EVI

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The national bestseller You Gotta Eat Here! showcases the great joints and legendary local restaurants that many of us have never heard of. You’ll discover the most delicious, mouth-watering food in Canada and meet the colourful characters who have turned these places into neighbourhood institutions. And you’ll visit some of the country’s best eateries—from Charlene’s in Cape Breton to Schwartz’s in Montreal to Floyd’s Diner in Victoria—so get ready for a coast-to-coast road trip with outrageously good food.

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cheese, provolone, Parmesan), Capricciosa (mozzarelia, ham, black olives, artichokes, mushrooms), or Mama Anna’s (mozzarelia, Italian sausage, salami, ham, and bacon). Since Annie’s delectable creations are so damn light, you’ve got no excuse for avoiding dessert, which might be her hugely popular tiramisù or apple pie. But you’re in for a real treat if you try Loris’s homemade gelato. Back in the day, Loris ran a gelateria just outside Venice; now he’s churning out delicious frozen treats for

sweet and savoury combination that will knock your socks off. You can always buy doughnuts as, well, just doughnuts (Uncle Betty’s is the first place in Toronto to serve Dreesen’s Donuts, which are hugely popular in the Hamptons), but why bother? When you can get something like Betty’s Benedict or the Breakwich— an egg and cheese break-fast sandwich served on a doughnut— there’s no reason to! If doughnuts aren’t your thing, Uncle Betty’s Stuffed French Toast jams mascarpone, ricotta cheese, and

and you’ve got a dog that’s as challenging to describe as it is to get in your mouth. Ah, but you say you’re walking by Tubby Dog one morning and want something more break-fasty? Jon has just the thing: his insanely inventive Cap’n Dog, which lines the bun with creamy peanut butter, pops in a signature bacon-wrapped dog, then slathers it all in grape jelly and Cap’n Crunch cereal. Who needs oatmeal? This is every kid’s fantasy breakfast! If the regular menu isn’t out there enough for you,

Canmore, Alberta, though he has been known to travel farther afield for a plate of poutine, a gourmet hotdog, or a maple bacon doughnut. Follow him on Twitter @MichaelTextman. Visit www.AuthorTracker.com for exclusive information on your favorite HarperCollins authors. Copyright You Gotta Eat Here! Copyright � 2012 by Lone Eagle Entertainment Ltd. All rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. By payment of the required fees, you have been granted the

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