Sarah Lazarovic––curator of the garage-based Montrose Portrait Gallery of Canada––is painting a portrait of a Torontonian (be they Mirvishes or Meashas) every day. Each Monday, we’ll feature one of those portraits here.
Chef Rodney Bowers’ two cozy restaurants bookend Queen Street. While The Rosebud is dark and tiny, all awesome art and panelled walls, The Citizen is bright and airy and serves a schnitzel the size of Algonquin Park. But if taking your sweetheart out for V-Day dinner is too Hallmark, both restos also serve Lupper, Bowers’ signature anti-brunch, which doesn’t get started until the eminently reasonable time of 1 p.m.