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Canoe: Freshest ingredients, fullest flavours

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on November 27, 2014

Canoe

66 Wellington Street West, Toronto, 54th floor

Up high on the top floor of the TD Bank building in downtown Toronto is Canoe. Where…

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Basho: Boston sushi comparable to Vancouver

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on August 29, 2014

Basho Japanese Restaurant

1338 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

To our delight, we finally found a sushi restaurant comparable to Vancouver sushi! In Vancouver, we used…

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Waterman’s Beach Lobster: Steamed and scrumptious lobster

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on August 26, 2014

Waterman’s Beach Lobster

343 Waterman Beach Rd, South Thomaston, Maine

Right on the beach in Maine is where we found the best lobster…

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Home Kitchen Cafe: Home of the Clawed Father Lobster Sandwich

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on August 20, 2014

Home Kitchen Cafe

650 Main St, Rockland, Maine

I grew up watching teen drama shows set in New England. As a 15-year-old, my Wednesday nights…

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Red’s Eats: Lobster Rolls Worth the Line up

Red’s Eats

41 Water St, Wiscasset, Maine

We spotted the lobster shack, Red’s Eats with the red and white striped awning while we were driving to Rockland,…

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Mr. Bartley’s Burgers: Harvard’s Best Burgers

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on August 14, 2014

Mr. Bartley’s Burgers

1246 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA

In the heart of Harvard, right near Harvard Yard is a family-run burger joint called Mr. Bartley’s…

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Dorman’s Dairy Dream: Ice Cream Sundae Beacon in the Heat

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on August 13, 2014

Dorman’s Dairy Dream

189 New County Rd, Thomaston, Maine

Across the street from our hotel was a quint little ice cream shop called Dorman’s Dairy…

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Mike’s Pastry: Cannolis that dreams are made of

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on August 12, 2014

Mike’s Pastry

300 Hanover St, Boston, MA

While wandering around Boston, we kept seeing people carrying around boxes, big and small labeled “Mike’s Pastry.” We even…

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James Hook and Co: Giant Fresh Lobster Rolls

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on August 4, 2014

James Hook and Co.

15 Northern Ave, Boston, MA

On the edge of downtown, Boston near the harbour front is a small little trailer…

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Union Oyster House: America’s Oldest Restaurant

Union Oyster House

41 Union St, Boston, MA

Union Oyster House is an institution in Boston. Right outside historic Quincy Market, the restaurant is America’s…

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