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Lot 88, steakhouse and more

Lot 88, steakhouse and more

Owner John Law has paid attention to flow and feel, smoothing complex elements, expanding the crowd-pleasing dining experiences and hiring a strong management team. [...]

February 20, 2018 Sudbury Living Magazine Restaurant Reviews, Savour Sudbury 0

Korean and Japanese restaurant popular downtown eatery

Korean and Japanese restaurant popular downtown eatery

Despite all of the trouble faced in 2014, Jeff and Angela Kang have definitely made a huge comeback. [...]

June 20, 2015 Sudbury Living Magazine Restaurant Reviews 0

Parthenon worth the drive to Val Caron

 Restaurant Review   By Mathieu Beausoleil   The Parthenon Restaurant and Bar opened 38 years ago in Val Caron and has always had a faithful following. In 2013, the restaurant was sold to Craig Charrier who has put his on mark on this family-friendly place and made some menu changes. Charrier is not a newbie [...]

October 1, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Restaurant Reviews 0

Preview: Milestones

Preview: Milestones

  Milestones executive chef Jason Rosso with general manager Joe Sheridan. BY VICKI GILHULA A few days before Milestones Bar &Grill in New Sudbury opened this week, the wait staff went through their paces and sampled menu items. “We don’t want any associate to tell a customer they can’t recommend something they haven’t tasted on [...]

April 16, 2014 Vicki Gilhula Restaurant Reviews 0

The Apollo never disappoints

The Apollo never disappoints

Although Greater Sudbury has many good places to eat, and some that are great, it’s safe to say the majority of us return to the same two or three restaurants over and over again to order our favourite things. When it comes to food, most of us don’t like surprises. The Apollo on The Kingsway [...]

September 1, 2012 Lyda Barsh Restaurant Reviews 0

Creme Brulee satisfies connoisseur’s taste

Creme Brulee satisfies connoisseur’s taste

The name Alexandria’s conjures up images and scents of the Middle East with its heart-healthy food, pleasing aromas and varied tastes. It’s been a long time since I last ate at Alexandria’s, and it was almost comforting to see the same waitresses ushering patrons to their seats and greeting them with genuine pleasure. Looking around, [...]

September 1, 2012 Lyda Barsh Restaurant Reviews 0

Mr. Prime Rib

My mother is from England, a place where Sunday afternoon dinner usually meant a roast of beef. This is a tradition she carried on after she immigrated to Canada. Since I craved a traditional roast beef dinner, it only made sense to go to Mr. Prime Rib, a restaurant that has been a tradition in [...]

September 1, 2011 Allan McMullan Restaurant Reviews 0

Hardrock ’42

The owners of Sudbury’s newest restaurant have years of experience working for others. The time was right for Jason Heaton and Dave Temmerman to open their own place. “We loved working for other people, now we love working for ourselves,” says Temmerman. Hardrock42 Gastropub opened at the end of May in the Days Inn downtown. [...]

June 1, 2011 Vicki Gilhula Restaurant Reviews 0

Eatery popular with golfers and gourmets

Eatery popular with golfers and gourmets

Open daily from 11 am from Easter to Thanksgiving Mary and Rod Jouppi have developed a lovely piece of property with beautiful vistas into a nine-hole executive golf course. After playing a round of golf at the Sixth Avenue Golf Course, players look forward to coming into the Eatery for a drink or for a [...]

June 1, 2009 Lyda Barsh Restaurant Reviews 0

Casey’s taken over from Tommy

Casey’s taken over from Tommy

Tommy’s Not Here is the haunt of a slew of loyal customers and upon my visit, I quickly realized why. Located in the basement of the House of Kin at the Four Corners, my guest and I were warmly greeted and escorted to our table in a welcoming manner. The décor is warm and cozy [...]

November 1, 2008 Lyda Barsh Restaurant Reviews 0