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How one Toronto bar pivoted to become a fake Italian restaurant with really good spaghetti


How one Toronto bar pivoted to become a fake Italian restaurant with really good spaghetti
How one Toronto bar pivoted to become a fake Italian restaurant with really good spaghetti
By Courtney Shea | Photography By Daniel Neuhaus |  
December 16, 2020
12/16/2020
Emily and Josh LeBlanc are the husband and wife team behind Bar Mordecai, a
Budapest Hotel-inspired speakeasy on Dundas West that opened a month before Covid hit. Since then they have done a whole lot of regrouping and rethinking, including their latest innovation. West Side Maria’s is an old-school (but also new school because it’s virtual) Italian eatery that may be Toronto’s first ever fictional restaurant. How does that work exactly? We found out.

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