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.
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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