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Queen Street poutine emporium becomes hub of drunken revellers, grease and Canadian talent

Queen Street poutine emporium becomes hub of drunken revellers, grease and Canadian talent

We hear that Poutini’s has been a Canadian celeb hotspot of sorts since TIFF started. Carlo Rota, of Little Mosque on the Prairie and 24, has visited, along with Spencer Rice, of Kenny vs. Spenny, and Chuck Inglish of The Cool Kids. Turns out no matter how famous you are, fries, gravy, and cheese make for a  delicious drunken combo. (Photo by slidercleo)

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