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Her Take: Satisfy Your Sushi Cravings at Sake Maki in Vancouver

Her Take: Satisfy Your Sushi Cravings at Sake Maki in Vancouver

When Kyle and I ate at Sake Maki in Vancouver it happened completely by chance. We originally headed over to Broadway for lunch at The Eatery, another amazing Vancouver sushi hotspot, which happened to be closed. The great thing about this city is if one sushi spot is not open, another gem awaits just around the corner. Source: Sake Maki ... Read More »

Her Take: Cheap Eats at Chez Jose in Montreal

Her Take: Cheap Eats at Chez Jose in Montreal

Montreal is one of those places with so much character you don’t know which way to look. The cobblestone streets of Duluth are a prime place for taking in this charm, as the surrounding area is filled with graffiti, bars and best of all locals. Chez Jose is a great spot for cheap eats and even comes with a view ... Read More »

Her Take: A Cozy Spot for Pizza in Montreal at Amelio’s

Her Take: A Cozy Spot for Pizza in Montreal at Amelio’s

I will admit that it’s been ages since I’ve tasted Amelio’s pizza in Montreal, but it must be good since I still remember it to this day. Source: Diner’s Dish Source: Voir Source: Montreal Gazette Source: Foodspotting Source: Montreal Gazette Kyle and I both went to McGill University in Montreal, so when we weren’t jammed in a coffee shop writing ... Read More »

Her Take: Chinese Food in Toronto That Rocks at New Sky

Her Take: Chinese Food in Toronto That Rocks at New Sky

You would think having an abundance of Chinese food in Toronto would make it easy to find a decent restaurant, but after having more hits than misses in this vast metropolis Kyle and I were starting to get desperate. We randomly stumbled into New Sky Restaurant on Spadina on a Friday night with zero planning involved. I think it was ... Read More »

His Take: Cure Your Hangover at Chez Jose in Montreal

His Take: Cure Your Hangover at Chez Jose in Montreal

The cobblestone streets of Duluth are just a couple of blocks north of the equally quaint Prince Arthur. One major difference: Duluth is an authentic Montreal experience. Hipsters rush back and forth from one side of the street to the other, and seem to conglomerate at Chez Jose. A pair of pink legs hang above this turquoise blue establishment, which ... Read More »

His Take: Smoked Meat at Schwartz’s Deli in Montreal

His Take: Smoked Meat at Schwartz’s Deli in Montreal

Alright, this is it. This is the most famous restaurant on our blog thus far. Nothing else even comes close. Is this your first time in Montreal? Go to Schwartz’s. Have you been to Schwartz’s already? Go again… again, and again, and again. The service will treat you like crap, and you’ll love it. Why? Because this is the home ... Read More »

His Take: Open Your Wallet at Rodney’s Oyster House

His Take: Open Your Wallet at Rodney’s Oyster House

Rodney’s Oyster House has the ambience, the popularity, and of course, the oysters. Tons of them. I wouldn’t say that I’m an oyster lover… at least not like Jamie. Whenever she slurps one up, her eyes roll in to the back of her head and she kind of shudders in ecstasy. I only wish that I could have that kind of ... Read More »

His Take: Holy Chuck

His Take: Holy Chuck

Holy expensive. For 2 burgers, 1 order of fries, and one fountain drink the grand total came to just under $30. Seems a bit crazy if you ask me… but hey, I’m a working man. I ordered the burger named after the franchise itself, “The Holy Chuck,” and I can testify that this is one of the best burgers I’ve ... Read More »

Her Take: Holy Chuck

Her Take: Holy Chuck

With a burger juicy enough to rival the deliciousness of Burger’s Priest, Holy Chuck puts up a good fight for the best burger in Toronto. The meat is just as fresh and none of its products are ever frozen, which makes for excellent quality. I got the specialty Holy Chuck burger with no extra toppings (recommended for all menu items), ... Read More »

Her Take: Burger’s Priest

Her Take: Burger’s Priest

For around $12, you can buy a burger, fries and drink that taste so good you’ll never want to eat a regular beef patty ever again. Burger’s Priest is a small joint located in the Beaches area of Queen East, and is so small you wouldn’t even know it existed unless someone told you so. Once you do get in ... Read More »

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