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Fat Sparrow Group breathes new life into Harmony Lunch

Harmony Lunch has long been known as one of the Kitchener-Waterloo Region’s oldest dining establishments. Last October it closed its doors and served its last burger after 86 years in business. Former owner, Bruce Marks, sold the popular lunch spot at 90 King St. N. for personal and family reasons. Nick Benninger of Fat Sparrow – the restaurant group behind […]

by Nathalie Bouchard· · Local, News ·
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THEMUSEUM’s Mac & Cheese Festival brings out K-W’s finest

On a cold, stormy night in downtown Kitchener, a mac and cheese festival seemed like the perfect place to take refuge. Despite a sour event last year, THEMUSEUM’s Mac & Cheese Festival returned for a second year to dispel all doubts. The layout was set up similar to Taco Fest, a very successful event also held at THEMUSEUM. Instead of […]

by Fani Hsieh· · Arts and Life, Food ·
Photo by Paige Bush

New laws enforcing calorie counts on food menus raise concern

Last week, I went to Burrito Boyz with some coworkers for lunch. As I read the menu, I noticed that all of the calorie counts were beside each option. When it came time to order, I found myself subconsciously changing my order last minute to something that had less calories than the meal I had originally wanted. As of Jan. […]

by Bethany Bowles· · Arts and Life, Food, Life ·
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Rhapsody Barrel Bar is perhaps Kitchener’s chameleon restaurant

Rhapsody Barrel Bar is an inconspicuous restaurant and music venue situated in the heart of downtown Kitchener. I describe the place as inconspicuous because it’s difficult to predict what this place can offer. I remember walking by and feeling confused. The restaurant is attached to a clothing store, hosts its own café at the front and if you peer in, […]

by Erika Ymana· · Arts and Life, Food ·
Best of Laurier 2016

Best of Laurier 2016

We asked the questions, 94 students responded and this is what they had to say.

by Cord Staff· · Features ·
K-W’s food truck scene under evaluation

K-W’s food truck scene under evaluation

Last Saturday, members of The Cord staff took to the streets of downtown Kitchener for the King StrEATery Food Truck Rally. Contrast to the mass amounts of construction downtown, there were a considerable amount of people and food trucks outside of City Hall. The sun was scorching, the live music was blasting and the smell of deep fryers, sugar and […]

by Bethany Bowles· · Arts and Life ·
Photo by Paige Bush

CaliBurger’s the new kid in town

The first ever CaliBurger in Canada has taken the place of what was formerly “Runner’s Choice,” a symbolic reminder.

by Alex Dulanovic· · Arts and Life, Life ·