Post Tagged with: "Waterloo restaurants"

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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 ·
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The customer isn’t always right

The customer is not always right. Even in our capitalistic world, I’m not sure which societies truly believe the customer is always right, let alone established businesses adhering by the phrase “the customer is always right.” Sure, in some cases the customer is right. However, in my personal experience within the food service industry, the customer is usually wrong. The […]

by Paige Bush· · Opinion ·
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Harmony Lunch closes after 86 years of operation

Located on King Street, a five-minute walk towards Uptown Waterloo from Wilfrid Laurier University sits Harmony Lunch, a restaurant that has been a large part of the community for 86 years. The location has been put up for sale and will be closing when the appropriate investor is found. Opened by Harry Marks in 1930, the restaurant has been operated […]

by Emilia Curcic· · Local, News ·
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Abe Erb to open second location in K-W

Two years ago, Rob Theodosiou opened the doors to Abe Erb, a brewpub in uptown Waterloo and almost instantly, the new venue seemed like a hit among both students and residents of Waterloo. Theodosiou was not new to the restaurant business upon opening Abe Erb, as he also runs Cora’s in uptown. Within a relatively small space, Abe Erb is […]

by Bethany Bowles· · Arts and Life ·