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BrannyMuffin Sep 20, 2014 2:28 AM

I'm disappointed with Table 10's new location. I loved going there but I go to the east end almost never (occasionally to visit friends or family, but I do my best to avoid Quance.) I'll probably visit there from time to time and I'm sure they'll do ok in that location, but I'll miss having them in Cathedral. It was such a great fit for that neighbourhood. It's too bad they couldn't find a location there that would work for them.

The Chopped Leaf Facebook page has a few pictures of the interior. Looks pretty good!

Rodo Regina Lover Sep 22, 2014 11:04 PM

I see they have done quite a bit of work on that Bar/ lounge/ club on the 2100 hundred Blk. Albert St.( on the east side of the street ). This was announced a few months back, and then we hadn't heard of any updates since. They have put a whole new face on the exterior of the building, don't know about the interior. I think it's doing to look alright!

BrannyMuffin Sep 30, 2014 1:04 AM

Regina Restaurants
 
I'm always looking for new places to try. Any interesting suggestions? What are your favourites? Restaurants/coffee shops/lounges...I'm particularly interested in relative unknowns or hole-in-the-wall type places, but I'll try anything. One place I try to go to now and then is Daisy's Pantry on 15th Ave (between Toronto and Montreal.) Everything is homemade down to the noodles in their soup.

Festivus Sep 30, 2014 4:23 PM

One of my favourites is Teppanyaki on Victoria Ave. It's a Japanese steak house where you sit down (on chairs, not floor) and the chef makes everything in front of you on a flat grill. Great atmosphere and fantastic food.

Rodo Regina Lover Sep 30, 2014 4:52 PM

Try the Creek Bistro on 13th Ave., small 40 seat Bistro with great food!!

Stormer Sep 30, 2014 5:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Rodo Regina Lover (Post 6749322)
Try the Creek Bistro on 13th Ave., small 40 seat Bistro with great food!!

This is my favourite restaurant in Regina.

Dan0myte Sep 30, 2014 8:24 PM

A couple of hole in the walls that get my approval are Sparky's and Orange Izakaya. Sparky's makes a really solid pizza that's almost as good as Houston or Tumblers and costs way less ($20 for an extra large). Orange is a little place next to the 13th Ave Safeway that makes really authentic Japanese dishes in a cool, modern bar atmosphere. They also have a cappuccino machine if you just want to have a mocha latte and sit on their cozy deck.

Stormer Sep 30, 2014 10:01 PM

Somebody drove a car into the front of 20Ten today. Apparently lost control backing out of the alley and did a 180. Wow.
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Udon'tknow Oct 1, 2014 4:36 AM

For the best Indian food in the city, and meets the hole in the wall criteria, try Caraway Grill. Best to make reservations or else you won't get in!

Udon'tknow Oct 1, 2014 4:38 AM

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Originally Posted by Stormer (Post 6749914)
Somebody drove a car into the front of 20Ten today. Apparently lost control backing out of the alley and did a 180. Wow.
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It's a fact!

http://www.leaderpost.com/news/regin...?size=620x400s

Festivus Oct 1, 2014 6:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Udon'tknow (Post 6750444)
For the best Indian food in the city, and meets the hole in the wall criteria, try Caraway Grill. Best to make reservations or else you won't get in!

I agree with this. Great food there. It's really small, so you can always do take out as well.

Nathan Oct 1, 2014 7:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Festivus (Post 6750535)
I agree with this. Great food there. It's really small, so you can always do take out as well.

Speaking of other really small places... Siam on Hamilton. Delicious as well. And you can do a take-out buffet at lunch if it's too busy.

HomeInMyShoes Oct 1, 2014 3:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Festivus (Post 6750535)
I agree with this. Great food there. It's really small, so you can always do take out as well.

Completely agree. I order the lunch special for pick up every now and then. Enough food for two lunches.

UPP Oct 1, 2014 7:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Udon'tknow (Post 6750444)
For the best Indian food in the city, and meets the hole in the wall criteria, try Caraway Grill. Best to make reservations or else you won't get in!

Interesting because I really like Flavours of India on Vic East. I might have to try this Caraway Grill.

Really like Fireside Bistro. Their risotto is outstanding.

micheal Oct 6, 2014 3:14 PM

Malt city wisky &beer opening up in old canada life building on 11avenue and cornwall. They got tge signage up on the windows.

Stormer Oct 6, 2014 3:21 PM

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Originally Posted by micheal (Post 6757432)
Malt city wisky &beer opening up in old canada life building on 11avenue and cornwall. They got tge signage up on the windows.

Not much online yet other than this:

09.21.2014
Malt City


Malt City is a whisky bar that will be opening soon in a gorgeous heritage building in downtown Regina.

http://www.bravotango.ca/

Chadillaccc Oct 6, 2014 3:36 PM

What are some cool pubs/bars you'd suggest I check out while in Regina? Preferably downtown, new or old :)

HomeInMyShoes Oct 6, 2014 5:44 PM

Victoria's Tavern is a nice new one. I like it. Food service was slow when I was there though. On the plus side they have chicken and waffles on the menu for lunch.

The other place to go, is Bushwakker's. A Regina institution and a place to have locally brewed beer you won't find in other cities.

I like Beer Brothers too, but it's not like something you can't get in other large cities, although their pulled pork poutine is awesome. If its nice out, get it to go from the take out place as it is much cheaper and you can go eat in the park in the sun.

micheal Oct 6, 2014 8:52 PM

Construction has commenced at the loggies building. Its going to be called the capitol.

Devon Oct 7, 2014 4:55 PM

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Originally Posted by micheal (Post 6758061)
Construction has commenced at the loggies building. Its going to be called the capitol.

Interesting name. I wonder if they are aware of the recently opened bar of the same name in Saskatoon? I wonder if they chose the name because of the old Capitol Theatre in Regina? Now that would be funny.


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