Theatre Tuesday: Post-Theatre Snackery
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Theatre Tuesday: Post-Theatre Snackery

2005_02_01OldDutch.jpgLet’s say you go to see Poochwater, the Dora-winning play by Winnipeg-born Mike McPhaden which opens in previews at the Theatre Passe Muraille tomorrow. And then, let’s say you come out with a craving for something else from Winnipeg: Old Dutch Chips.
Well, fear not! You’re just a hop, skip and a jump away from Super Queen Market, the convenience store located at 596 Queen St. W. Conveniently close to both Theatre Passe Muraille AND Factory Theatre (still showing Claudia Dey’s faboo Trout Stanley), Super Queen Market is one of a dozen or so places where Western Canadian immigrants and the men and women who love them can procure Old Dutch Chips in Toronto. A full list of these stores follows, but it should also be noted that you can order a box full of Old Dutch chips online at and get it delivered right to the door of your basement apartment.
Walker’s Line Convenience — 3505 Upper Middle Road.
The Fuel Station — 335 Jarvis St.
Super Queen Market — 596 Queen St. W.
Lady York Foods — 2939 Dufferin St.
Lakeshore Meats — 3829 Lakeshore Blvd W.
Jay’s Grocery — 362 Gerard St. E.
Hometown Convenience — 2371 Weston Road
IGA — 1304 Kings St. W.
Bay St. Video — 1172 Bay St.
Bemco Wholesale — 52 Samor Rd
Atlanta Variety — 368 Church St.