Dundas West restaurant Brockton General is closing in March
After a nearly four-year run on Dundas West, Brockton General will be shutting its doors for good in early March. The restaurant has been a hit with critics and diners alike since it opened in 2010, generally filling all of its 27 seats on any given night. It also helped launch some impressive chefs, including Guy Rawlings, now of Bar Isabel and Room 203, and Alexandra Feswick, who recently parted ways with Queen West bistro Samuel J Moore. Brockton General serves its last meal on March 9th. While future plans for the unit are still up in the air, co-owner Pamela Thomson says that the building’s landlord will be taking over the space. “But we are open and running until then with weekly specials!” she assures. “We want to go out with a bang.” This week’s specials are smoked trout pappardelle, pork terrine, and kale and mushroom soup.
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I will miss this restaurant more than I can say. The neighbourhood is losing a little gem.
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