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Ottawa Eatery Displays

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In the Ottawa area, we are graced with many restaurants and eateries. Here are some pictures of some eatery displays that caught my eye and the lens of my digital camera.

Kinki

Kinki

This picture was taken during a walk through the ByWard market on a beautiful Autumn day. Please note that the sign in the picture points, not to an entry to the restaurant, but to an empty alley next door. Nevertheless, Kinki is a great restaurant that features fine asian fusion dishes. However, it is very pricey.

Roasted Quayle?

Roasted Quayle?

This sign graces my current favourite restaurant in Ottawa, Allium. Scribbled on it is the daily special. Ironically, the misspelled word on the sign one evening properly spells the surname of a former American senator who often misspelled things. Regarding the restaurant, its food is wonderful; its service, prompt; and its the decore, befitting of the innovative and classy dishes that are served.

Evil Liver

Evil Liver

This picture came from my wanderings on the WWW. I have no idea where this eatery is located, but the sign is priceless :)

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