Toronto: Foodporn 

WARNING: This post contains a LOT of photos.

Heading to Toronto and in need of some foodie inspiration? Don’t fret, just scroll down!
This entry was one day’s worth of food adventures.  Started off with some awesome brunch, then explored a wonderful farmer’s market, coffee….then the Distillery District where we went and drank a ton of beer, sake, and ate amazingly fresh oysters…and finished off the day at a top rated restaurant for dinner.
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Brunch: Origin

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Duck confit French toast. Amazing.
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Deviled eggs
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Pulled pork eggs Benedict
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Kensington Market
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Affogato at Balzac’s Coffee Roasters (right outside of the market)…..their nitro cold brew poured over vanilla gelato.  So perfect for a hot summer afternoon.

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Distillery District

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Sake tasting and Sake Sangria at Izumi.
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Oysters and beer at Pure Spirits Oyster House.

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After half a day of drinking at eating, we got ready to finish off our night with a gourmet dinner.  I don’t know if you can tell in the photo, but at this point, I was already feeling hungover…never thought I would say that at 6pm.  I’m not a lightweight, I swear!

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Dinner: George Restaurant
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We each did the 7 course tasting menu…
Everything was well prepared, but nothing left a significant dent in our memories.  We couldn’t even remember what the dishes were, minutes after consuming them.
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I apologize, I really have no recollection of any of these dishes. Overall, it was a great place to dress up for a nice dinner and cocktail, and a great venue to celebrate an occasion…but that’s about it.

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