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Where to Eat in Toronto During the World Cup

1) South America-Inspired: Multi-cheffed Mata Petisco Bar, which opened its doors just in time for the big tournament, will be serving its Latin American card during the World Cup and opening at earlier hours to accommodate certain games— like today's Brazil/Mexico match at 2:30pm. Catch the action while mowing down on a beef cheek poutine with cassava frites or corvina ceviche. [The Grid]

2) Netherlands-Inspired: Need lunch plans tomorrow? Head to The Ossington at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, June 18, to get Netherlands-inspired dishes from Borrel at the Ossington, aka Dutch-Canadian cook Justin Go and his fiancée Alison Broverman, during the country's World Cup match against Australia. The team's non-soccer-based Sunday afternoon meals will continue as normal. [Toronto Life]

3) Worldwide: Want even more eating options during the soccer madness? DineTO offers a more elaborate breakdown of establishments all over the city.
—Nelson Tam
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The Ossington.

MATA Petisco Bar

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