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Hot Dining: Whole Hog

Adherents of sustainable, snout-to-tail dining have another restaurant at which to indulge a meaty craving in Toronto. In the homey Roncesvalles neighbourhood, Lardon serves up hearty helpings of seasonal fare, including classics like duck confit ($24), lamb shank ($27) and Cornish hen ($23). Those seeking more esoteric offerings can look into such locally sourced dishes as beef cheeks ($19), rabbit ragu ($20) and maple-bacon ice cream ($9). Regardless of your preference, the comfort cuisine and cozy ambience provide welcome respite from the cool weather—best enjoyed after a winter walk through nearby High Park.

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