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Kingston’s first zero-waste restaurant, Miss Bao, opening soon

Miss Bao Restaurant + Cocktail Bar is opening soon at 286 Princess Street in Kingston and it brings a whole new concept to dining. The restaurant will be Asian fusion, tapas-style with more than 40 per cent of the menu being vegetarian and vegan dishes. Both co-founders Bellen Tong and

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Namaste Kingston offers authentic Indian cuisine with modern flair

If you’ve been downtown lately, you’ve likely noticed a new restaurant that’s getting a lot of attention as 2019 comes to an end. Namaste Kingston offers authentic Indian food with a modern twist, and recently opened at 178 Ontario Street in the city’s downtown core. At the helm of the

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Wonderland Escape Rooms & Board Game Lounge opens in Kingston’s west end

Wonderland Escape Rooms & Board Game Lounge has just opened at the Gardiners Town Centre, providing a new family-friendly entertainment experience in the Kingston community. Wonderland is owned and run by the amazing and passionate young women who are also responsible for creating Improbable Escapes in downtown Kingston back in 2015. This new venture

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Discovering The Lodge Coffee House in Bath

The Lodge Coffee House is a hidden gem in Bath owned by an amazing woman. It is worth the 20-minute ride from Kingston, and perfect for a road trip – You get to experience the great water scene along the route to get there and back. Once you get to

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Mesa Fresca offers a fresh take on Mexican cuisine in Kingston

Mesa Fresca is Mexican restaurant with a twist to offer modern flavours that are mind blowing, while keeping the food authentic. Using local food producers, breweries, and wineries, those at Mesa Fresca strive to serve the finest and freshest food to their customers. Most of their food is made in

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Fat Chance Farmstead offers local, certified organic produce

If you’re looking for certified organic fruits, vegetables, and herbs, it’s no ‘fat chance’ that you’ll find what you need at a family owned and operated farm in Harrowsmith. Established in 2012, Fat Chance Farmstead is a small-scale fruit and vegetable farm operated by Josh Suppan and Jen Valberg. They

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Juniper Café reopened after renovations

  After a brief closure and a change of ownership, the Juniper Café at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning is now open once again, and with some changes that are perfectly timed for summer. With amazing new staff and a lovely waterfront patio, you get the same amazing

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The Grocery Basket offers fresh, local food and a Kingston patio like no other

  The Grocery Basket is a great local store and café located in the heart of downtown Kingston, and offering a view of the city many have yet to take in. You can enjoy their beautiful rooftop patio (after climbing A LOT of stairs, but worth the view) on the

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Kingston youth continues to give with ‘Gnome for a Home’

  A local 10-year-old, Lylia Essaddsm, founded Gnome for a Home to help raise awareness about homelessness in Kingston and help them with food and shelter. This started around Christmastime in 2018 while walking downtown Kingston with her family, where she noticed the number of homeless people who were not

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Copper Branch brings vegan, gluten-free options to Kingston diners

  If you haven’t noticed, there’s a new restaurant in downtown Kingston that’s getting a lot of traffic – and a lot of attention from those with vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free diets. The owner of Copper Branch Kingston was inspired by Kingston VegFest this past October, and decided to open

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Mermaid Avenue Sandwich Factory making customers ‘just smile all the time’

  The Mermaid Avenue Sandwich Factory was founded in Kingston by two best friends and their love for the band Wilco and sandwiches. They strive on making almost everything from fresh ingredients in house. Chad Comfort, one of the co-owners, bakes the bread every day to ensure it is fresh

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BeaverTails set to open store in downtown Kingston

By end this month, Kingstonians should see a permanent BeaverTails store at 20 Market St. here in the Limestone City. BeaverTails had a food truck in Kingston for a number of years, serving their one-of-a-kind warm, artisanal Canadian pastry that are easy to enjoy on the extremely cold winters. “We

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