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There's a Mac 'N' Cheese Poutine and a Pizza Pocket Poutine, which they're billing as a Hot Pocket" stuffed with fries, gravy and smoked meat.
We can blame Canada for bringing poutine—Montreal's fries, gravy and cheese curds dish for stoners and drunks—to the world
The new Urbanspace Vanderbilt location has deli classics like reubens, and is also serving up CORN DOGS.
Mmmm... fried snacks from Canada.
Mile End has five different versions of the Canadian classic for the Poutine Week, starting next Monday.
The owner of Mile End, a popular Montreal-style smoked meat purveyor headquartered in Boerum Hill, has apologized for calling some of his customers "misinformed mob wives" with "teased hair."
Click on the images for the scoop on Edible Manhattan's very limited
Open wide for some dining guides! Today marks the debut of
Last night a troupe of brave contest winners made their way to
Photo by Tien Mao/Gothamist Last year NY1 anchor Pat Kiernan (who
New Yorkers are defensive about their delis. Pastrami, corned beef and
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