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mnemonic.
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Registered: Jan 2006
Location: I miss Japan...

quote:
Originally posted by acronym
Hey, some friends and I are going to be in town for Boxing Day and wanted to head out to Circa that night to see it before it closes down. There's nothing up on the event listing for Circa that night though and their website is down, anyone have any idea what to expect there a saturday?


Neil Quigley at Stone Lounge is going to be stellar. The venue is amazing, and Neil has been a favorite for a while...check out his mySpace

http://www.myspace.com/djneilquigley


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Old Post Dec-25-2009 17:30  Canada
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acronym
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Registered: Jan 2008
Location: Montreal, Canada

quote:
Originally posted by Intangible
Circa is closing down?

I'd go to guv or footwork before Circa... they probably dont have much going on.


Isn't it? Well they're filing for bankruptcy protection (link) We mostly just want to see it since we're never in town, been to Guv too often and want something new. Footwork was another option though. Thanks anyways.
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So looks like it's a toss up between Carlo Lio @ LOL Lounge, Neil Quigley @ Stone Lounge, or the boxing day event at Footwork. Musically they all sound about even for us, so is there anything about any of these clubs that sets them apart? We've never been to any.

Thanks.

Last edited by acronym on Dec-26-2009 at 02:31

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raspberries33
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Registered: Jan 2010
Location: Toronto, Canada

i have my american friends re-visiting toronto next weekend, and was planning on showing them around to places other than guvernment and circa and this is london (all of which they've been to already)... any good places i might consider bringing them for SAT and SUN nights?

i've heard of footwork, comfortzone, film, and the basement. are they any good on those nights?

cheers

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Intangible
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Registered: Feb 2008
Location: Dancing with strangers in dark rooms - Toronto

quote:
Originally posted by raspberries33
i have my american friends re-visiting toronto next weekend, and was planning on showing them around to places other than guvernment and circa and this is london (all of which they've been to already)... any good places i might consider bringing them for SAT and SUN nights?

i've heard of footwork, comfortzone, film, and the basement. are they any good on those nights?

cheers



Footwork on saturdays is a for sure win.
Zone on sunday is always a good time and a great toronto experience.
Film and basement aren't my cup of tea.


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MeLLyMeL
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Registered: Dec 2003
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Can someone recomend something yummy for my boyfriend and I on Friday night before zee big clob?




We are at 1 Blue Jays Way so I guess anything around the Financial District is cool? Nothing too fancy or expensive. It's not our anniversary or anything lol.


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smuncky
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Registered: Dec 2003
Location: richmond hill, ontario, canada

smokes poutine

http://smokespoutinerie.com/

ANNNNND it's right beside vola lol


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MeLLyMeL
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Registered: Dec 2003
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quote:
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smokes poutine

http://smokespoutinerie.com/

ANNNNND it's right beside vola lol
o goodness.

they talk about poutine in the COR.

I'd like to live to see my bday in 2 weeks.


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Registered: Sep 2001
Location: Thornhill (Ontario)

quote:
Originally posted by MeLLyMeL
o goodness.

they talk about poutine in the COR.

I'd like to live to see my bday in 2 weeks.



You'll live, just don't get the one w all pork products in it maybe. lol


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The Ear
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Registered: May 2004
Location: Toronto, Canada

quote:
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You'll live, just don't get the one w all pork products in it maybe. lol


WHAT?!!?!?!?! That's the one you should get! Then go next door to Vola & dance it all off!

Either the Hogtown or the Pulled Pork potine ftmfw! Make sure you get extra cheese on that too for the true atery busting experience.

Here's my review from "Operation Artery Buster" aka a TOTA meet-up to try Smoke's Poutinerie for the first time:

quote:
Originally posted by The Ear
Dateline Toronto
Ambient conditions: Sunny, -4 celcius, brisk North West wind
Location: Smokes Poutinerie, 218 Adelaide St. West

Today, 4 brave souls arrived amidst long lines, cold temperatures, and brisk winds with a singular purpose and mission: to consume proper poutine in the city of Toronto.

After what some may have termed an insufferable wait of upwards of 30 minutes, orders were placed, money changed hands, and the die was cast. Now there was nothing left for these intrepid souls to do but wait and gorge.

The payload arrived in signature take-away style boxes, each packing a hefty mass of fried potatoes, gravy, cheese curds, and indiviual customizations adorning this trifecta of culinary delight. Of the basic elements of poutine, it can be asserted now that the cheese curds most certainly did provide the proper squeak, the gravy was appropriately rich and savory, and the fries in no uncertain terms correctly meted out. Early consensus among the 4 combatants was that the only potential failing may have been in the quantities of the cheese curds provided.

What followed next can only be described as near ritualistic gorging. Some dined on swine in the manner of mesquite smoked pulled pork combined with double smoked bacon; others on Montreal style smoked meat with mustard and a dill pickle as their topping of choice; 1 even chose to go the way of the vegetable with mushroom, onion, and peas.

As the feeding began earnest, each of the participants attacked their chosen mound with a pace and fervor that is rarely seen outside the small hours of the morning in some dark, soul-less casino found in North Las Vegas, or perhaps Windsor, when the late-night compulsive gamblers arrive for their nightly shot a making it big. From there, each descended into their own food driven mania.

Some stopped early on to savor their epicurean creations, only to realize that the mass of food was now expanding inside them, thus rendering them unable to continue their mission. Others adopted what some would label a "shovelling" technique, attacking the contents of their take-away box as though it were some beast or adversary that would conquer them if they paused for more than the brief moments necessary to remain part of the conversation.

In the end, 3 of the 4 soldiered through the quivering mass of a cardiologist's nightmare, successfully vanquishing their purchased foe. While the other looked on in near amazement at the quantities consumed, lamenting the feeling being brought on by richness of the demon food, whilst applauding the others on their accomplishment as ony a true team player would.

It was then, after the feeding, that these 4 intrepid peers rose from their seats, streched, exchanged pleasantries and parting remarks, and wandered back into the world whence they came. Some to return to places of employment, others to vehicles, others still to their abode, but all most certainly to an impending food coma.


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smuncky
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Registered: Dec 2003
Location: richmond hill, ontario, canada

quote:
Originally posted by MeLLyMeL
o goodness.

they talk about poutine in the COR.

I'd like to live to see my bday in 2 weeks.


One serving will help you last through the night.

Srsly though, preparty at smokes? Lol


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MeLLyMeL
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Registered: Dec 2003
Location: In A Bathroom.

you guys are real serious with this poutine stuff. lol
I'll try it some other time.


I'd like to party without such a heavy/greased up tummy *baaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrffffffffffffffffffff*


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StereoPrincess
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Registered: May 2001
Location: SPFRI

quote:
Originally posted by MeLLyMeL
Can someone recomend something yummy for my boyfriend and I on Friday night before zee big clob?




We are at 1 Blue Jays Way so I guess anything around the Financial District is cool? Nothing too fancy or expensive. It's not our anniversary or anything lol.


what the hell? you coming here?

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