While some are still licking the wound that the closures of Rose and Sons and Big Crow left behind, chef Anthony Rose has already moved on to new things.
The restauranteur and all-around food person has replaced his old establishments with a new spot called The Grand Elvis. And to say that it does indeed look grand is an understatement.
The menu is speckled with comforting eats like ricotta dumplings and country ham grilled pizza, with the addition of more upscale options including wild boar, octopus, and mussels.
The new eatery even has an answer to one of the old favourites from the former hub’s menu.
“So many people asking us to keep the Patty Melt or the ribs or the fried rice. Sorry. No. Fresh starts are fresh. Dead is dead for a reason. So. Let me introduce to you the @brindleroom “Styles” Banquet Burger,” reads the caption to a recent post on The Grand Elvis’ Instagram account.
“1/2lb dry aged neck and Suet with a good amount of fat, bacon, cheese, and Caramelized Onions. Griddled until deliciousness. It is simple done good,” the post reads.
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For now, the spot is open from Sunday to Wednesday, 5 to 10 pm, and Thursday to Saturday, 5 to 11 pm.
The website states that before long, the space will be serving lunch and brunch, too.
The Grand Elvis
Address: 176 Dupont Street