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Rebranded Bardō offering ingredients for success

The former Earth to Table Bread Bars on Locke and James streets have a new name and a new look but remain committed to good food. A trivial casualty of the pandemic was that my Bread Bar James brunch review never saw the light of day. Restaurants faced…
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The King of restaurant row

The east-west King William Street is a historically significant street in the city and is now one of Hamilton’s most important dining districts. I visit the King William Street dining district often. It has much to offer and triggers fond memories. Readers of a certain age will recall…
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Generations of fabulous food

These Hamilton-born food empires – all founded by immigrants who arrived in the post-war boom – are now iconic fixtures of this city’s past and present. After World War II, many European families immigrated to Hamilton and broadened the city culturally. Statistically, one of the peak years for…
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Dash to Comma

Comma Café offers a range of beverage offerings and brunch items through a takeout window and dine-in café on Barton Street. The Barton Village dining scene has a new addition attracting many positive reviews. The tastefully renovated space of Comma Café at…
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Reinventing Niagara wine

Local wines have come through some tough times but the mood of the industry is optimistic as it reimagines a more intimate connection to its customers and the farmland it calls home. In the last half-century, the Niagara wine industry has undergone a revolution, tearing out unpopular native…
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Here's a list of what has come, gone and changed in Hamilton and Burlington in early 2024. Launched & opening soon 400 Brant (Brant Street, Burlington). Soft opened in January in the historic building that once housed Queen’s Head Pub. Casual upscale dining with…
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