Oliver and Bonacini blogs about Bell Lightbox restaurants
Sure, all eyes may be on the celebrities and the films during TIFF, but the food industry is keeping a close eye on Oliver and Bonacini’s new digs at the Bell Lightbox. The company launched its own blog last week to chronicle the restaurant’s opening, which is scheduled for early August. Located on the building’s first floor, the place is simply referred to as “the restaurant,” but an O&B spokesperson says a name has been chosen and will be announced later.
Earlier this week, Auberge du Pommier’s Jason Bangerter took some photos of the breakfast dishes that may be gracing the tables at the new restaurant. There’s the obligatory all-day breakfast plate, consisting of Berkshire sausage, maple bacon, home fries, two eggs and rye; a spinach salad with bacon and eggs; and a smoked ham and egg sandwich.
No word on whether there will be movie-themed entrées, like Pollocks of the Caribbean or Soy Story 3.
3 thoughts on “Oliver and Bonacini blogs about Bell Lightbox restaurants”
OMG! I can’t wait!
possible names…Big Night, Mystic Pizza, Babette’s Feast, Eat Drink Man Woman, Tampopo, Chocolat, The Cook the Thief His Wife & Her Lover, Like Water for Chocolate, God of Cookery, Diner…?
I like TDS’ idea for movie-themed names, particularly Eat, Drink, Man, Woman. Can’t wait!
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