Rose & Sons closes today, will reopen next week as a delicatessen

Jan 12 2018, 12:18 am

Toronto chef Anthony Rose has announced that Rose & Sons is “taking bacon and eggs OFF the menu.”

The restaurant at 176 Dupont Street has closed for a week starting today and is set to reopen as a deli on January 18.

To be renamed, Rose & Sons Delicatessen, expect the newest R&S iteration to serve up pastrami, matzoh ball soup, fried chicken with a trio of Schmaltz toppings, kishka and gravy, karnatzel and griddled salami, knishes in Pied au Cochon pastry, Reuben fries, poutine, steamies, and more.

Rose & Sons

Rose & Sons

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To drink, look forward to Manischewitz Spritz, classic New York egg creams, and black cherry or rootbeer sodas spike with Canadian whisky.

News of the new deli comes just a week after Caplansky’s announced the closure of its OG College Street store.

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