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The Cavelier Room

The Cavelier Room is a popular yet inconspicuous dining establishment located in Kingston’s west end.  Connected to the Travelodge Hotel, it’s minimal signage and blended facade do little to attract traffic traveling along along this portion of Princess Street. Hungry passersby seeking brunch are more apt to end up at neighboring

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Guide to Breakfast in Kingston

We published this Guide to Breakfast in Kingston back in 2014. Looking for a more up to date guide? Check out the 2015 version of our Guide to Breakfast in Kingston, complete with new listings and our top recommendations. We created a Guide to Breakfast back in 2010 and it

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Guide to Breakfast in Kingston 2010

We published this Guide to Breakfast in Kingston back in 2010. Looking for a more up to date guide? Check out the 2015 version of our Guide to Breakfast in Kingston, complete with new listings and our top recommendations. You asked for it, you got it.  After the great response

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Pan Chancho: Breakfast of Champions

Going out for brunch is usually the answer to life’s greatest dilemmas. Take the Sunday before last, for instance: I, along with a couple of out of towners visiting Kingston for the awesome  Great Lake Swimmers show on Wolfe Island, was supposed to be running in the Beat Beethoven race,

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Limestone Garden Grill

Limestone Garden Grill is permanently closed. Looking for a place that’s still open? Check out our restaurant reviews and recommendations for establishments that are still open and serving great food in Kingston. It’s been nearly 7 months since we last ventured out on an early morning search for sustenance in

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Peter’s Place

Last month, we asked our readers to comment and suggest their favorite brunch destinations in the Limestone City.  This past Saturday, we found ourselves completely famished, disoriented and wandering around downtown in search of mid-morning nourishment.  Needless to say, I neglected to bring the list of suggested brunch outlets with

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