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Eggos Are In; Booze Is Out; Frog Legs Are Good

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TORONTO— Apparently lower-alcohol cocktails are totally in style right now. Well, according to Christine Sismondo and menu influencer Sandy De Almeida of the Drake and Churchill. Oh, and did you know Julia Child drank reverse martinis with five parts vermouth to one part gin? [Globe]

TORONTO— For all the sake (and sake-it-to-me) fans out there, this list of the 12 top sake bars in Toronto is for you. [BlogTO]

QUEEN WESTThe Beverley's started doing brunch and their menu includes a chicken and waffle sandwich (made with Eggos), bone marrow, pork belly and quail eggs, and mushroom benny. On the side, "sun tots" made with potato and sunchokes, fried like croquettes. [Toronto Standard]

NORTH YORK— Classic French decadent destination Auberge du Pommier is serving bright green must-try tempura-dill frog legs, a delicacy that's never quite caught on over here. [Toronto Life]

Auberge du Pommier

4150 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M2P 2C6 416-222-2220

Drake Hotel

1150 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M6J 1J3 416-531-5042