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General Food, Dining and Nightlife News
#31
Has anyone tried out Proof, the new restaurant at the Delta in Waterloo? I've heard good things, but haven't actually visited myself.
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#32
(11-17-2014, 07:18 PM)Drake Wrote: Agreed. Walmart is a place unto itself. Lets get back to talking about Food, Dining, Etc.. Smile

For some people WalMart is the destination of choice for General Food (grocery store), Dining (McD's) and Nightlife (queuing for Black Friday deals). [I'm not one of them.]
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#33
(11-28-2014, 12:22 PM)schooner77 Wrote: Has anyone tried out Proof, the new restaurant at the Delta in Waterloo?  I've heard good things, but haven't actually visited myself.

Not yet, but I really want to.
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#34
A friend of my told me she had been to Proof about a week or so after it opened and she found it excellent.
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#35
I saw that the barrel sign for Boa Nova was coming down yesterday, so I asked the construction guys if there were any plans for it. One of them told me that "it was going to be re-used". Don't know whether that was accurate or not, but perhaps we'll see a new Portuguese/Brazilian restaurant in town as some future time.
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#36
I went to The Crazy Canuck for lunch for the first time today and it was excellent. The establishment is quite small and bare bones in terms of decor, but the food was fantastic. I had the so-called Best Burger in Town, and to be quite honest, it probably was the best burger I've had, or at least it was very delicious.

They are located in the Antique Market across from the Saint Jacob's Market on Weber. It sounds like they might have a food truck or something too, or other locations, I'm not really sure.
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#37
We've been to the Crazy Canuck as well. Great place, kind of like a restaurant you'd see on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives or You Gotta Eat Here. You certainly don't go for the ambience, but who cares. The burgers are great and there's even a portobello burger for a vegetarian option. It certainly isn't advertised, so it must be word of mouth that brings everyone in. It's definitely worth the drive up to St. Jacobs.
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#38
(12-04-2014, 06:58 PM)schooner77 Wrote: We've been to the Crazy Canuck as well. Great place, kind of like a restaurant you'd see on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives or You Gotta Eat Here.  You certainly don't go for the ambience, but who cares.  The burgers are great and there's even a portobello burger for a vegetarian option.  It certainly isn't advertised, so it must be word of mouth that brings everyone in.  It's definitely worth the drive up to St. Jacobs.

Must be working because I've never heard of it, but now I want to check it out.
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#39
Big sign going up on the Crown Plaza Hotel at Benton and King Sts for their new restaurant/lounge "Aqua". Anybody tried it?

Sign also notes opening in March, 2015 of their renovated fitness/squash facility "Active".
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#40
I take it this has replaced Botanica?
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