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Celebrity spotting, hockey players AND good eats. Possible?

Any tips for a great restaurant to take visitors from Europe who hope to see a celebrity or two?

Dec 26, 2010
clochette in Ontario (inc. Toronto)

Cheesemongers in TO . . . any hidden gems?

If you want to taste what Oka used to taste like when it had personality IMHO, try Mont Jacob from Quebec. Creamy, semi-firm and just a bit of that delectable pungent savoury flavour. You can get it at About Cheese, All the Best and Grain, Curd and Bean on Dundas West.

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About Cheese
3467 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4N, CA

Nov 15, 2010
clochette in Ontario (inc. Toronto)

Cheesemongers in TO . . . any hidden gems?

toveggiegirl, I think your magic creamy sweet blue cheese is Torta. Made in Italy, wrapped in foil, sometimes the rind under the foil is a bit orange-y. It is layered, Mascarpone and a sweet Gorgonzola and it is truly gorgeous. Dessert on a plate.

Nov 15, 2010
clochette in Ontario (inc. Toronto)