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Typographic Cornucopia on St. Clair

Lovers of 1970s typefaces should ride the streetcar to the Dairy Freeze at St. Clair West and Caledonia Road. Dairy Freeze’s pillar sign successfully mixes curlicues and san-serif fonts, an orange-and-yellow colour scheme, and an incandescent bulb arrow. Grab a milkshake and bask in its boldness.




Soup hat trick

Hue's Kitchen, pho

It’s rare that I get addicted to a restaurant, but Hue’s Kitchen has gotten its spicy claws into my tastebuds. This new Viet-Thai joint on King Street West makes its broths fresh daily, and the flavour is shockingly good. This weekend, I had Hue’s (spicy) Soup, Vegetable Hot & Sour Soup, and Spicy Ox-tail & Rare Beef Pho. Which soup was the best? They are all the best.

Though I just returned from there, I have the urge to order some take-out.

Hue’s Kitchen
1226 King Street West, Toronto, ON
(416) 536-8688‎ (take out/delivery)