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Donna Dooher and Kevin Gallagher are no strangers to Toronto’s restaurant scene. Throughout the '90s and early 2000s, the duo owned and operated Mildred Pierce, a beloved restaurant located in the city’s west end warehouse district. In 2008, they set their sights on a new restaurant in Liberty Village, and despite the fact that the economic recession closed many businesses overnight during that time, they decided to stay on course. “The first few years were challenging, it took a while to find a groove,” says Donna. But as the years passed, the area started to grow and people began dining out again.  Mildred’s Temple Kitchen is now beloved by diners city-wide, especially by locals who feel that it perfectly reflects the youthful, vibrant and energetic fabric of the community.

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You’ll come for the pancakes, but you’ll stay for the ambiance. Mildred’s Temple Kitchen is known for the daily brunch or “b’lunch” menu, which is filled with delicious offerings. The patio may be on the smaller side, but it offers a great view of King West and is dog friendly!

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Mildred’s Temple Kitchen offers its brunch all week long, but on the weekends, it offers an even bigger menu than the weekday “B’Lunch.” Of course we’re going to recommend the Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes, because lets face it, they really are the best in the city. Mildred’s does not take reservations, but promises a maximum wait of under 45 minutes.

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Don’t squander your precious Winterlicious bucks at just any joint with a shingle and a beer tap. At this big, bright Liberty Village hip hangout, staff takes food seriously, and the attitude is evidenced with special dishes like coffee and black olive caramel-glazed baby back ribs, duck tacos and, natch, the much-celebrated MTK burger.

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