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Alan's best eleven restaurants of 2011

Alan's best eleven restaurants of 2011

It may not exactly be the type of place that any self-respecting restaurant critic or foodie would even consider putting on their radar. But when a sports bar like Williams Landing comes around, it's hard to keep that nose up in the air for long. Never has any eatery with so many wide screen TVs per inch paid such attention to detail, a rarity even in the finest of dining establishments. What bar and grill have you been to lately where busboys rush to your table at the first sign of a spill like paramedics, a fresh moist towel at the ready. But ambiance is not the only thing in its talent arsenal. Exec chef Marco D'Angelo (formerly e11even) and sous Beman Chan have created what at first glance looks like your typical world-influenced pub grub. But menu selections morph into such unexpected fare in part due to the quality of the ingredients, but more so due to stellar execution. Finesse like this is so unexpected from a sports bar. The owners of Joy Bistro and South of Temperance could do little more to improve on what they've created, namely something phenomenal. Now if only all waiters had the same smile as our server.

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TO’s top patios to catch the fireworks on Labour Day weekend

TO’s top patios to catch the fireworks on Labour Day weekend

Aside from being one of the most spacious patios in the city, the Williams Landing second-floor patio in Liberty Village is pure buzz. Think: after-work drinks and an evening breeze that makes it easy to take in the area’s historic buildings sitting amongst the modern condos where many of the city’s young professionals reside.

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Finisher’s feast: Eats for after the Goodlife Marathon

Finisher’s feast: Eats for after the Goodlife Marathon

Just a 15-minute walk from the finish line, this Liberty Village restaurant caters to the nearby condo dwellers with its savoury brunch specials and daytime cocktails. The menu delivers a variety of egg dishes, including Bennys, burritos, burgers and sweet French toast stuffed with cheesecake. If you’re a fan of liquid breakfasts, don’t miss the Landing Cure — the alcoholic spectacle is an over-the-top Caesar served with east coast lobster, smoked bacon, fresh cut veggies and caramelized onions all topped with a slice of pizza.

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