240 Augusta Ave, Toronto, 647-748-4488
DRINKS: Beer & Wine
SERVING: Breakfast & Lunch
PRICE RANGE: $$
NEIGHBORHOOD: Kensington Market
This popular breakfast spot offers creative offerings like a breakfast bagel stuffed with fluffy egg, thin bacon and a hint of cheddar cheese and Smoked trout with horseradish jelly.
NU BUGEL MAP & ADDRESS & PHONE TORONTO Photo Gallery
The Carnegie Library is Gothic with some fine glass in the windows. Walking out westwards, the Forth & Clyde Destination can be joined at Rosebank/Camelon (Lock 11), on the way passing, on the right, the attractive Dollar Park, named after Robert Dollar, who left it to the town. He was a Falkirk Bairn who emigrated to Canada and made a fortune. There are plenty of flowers and mature trees, and the large glasshouses produce nearly a quarter of a million bedding plants each year for use in the district. Beside the pavement stands the war memorial. A plaque for the First World War notes the horrific figure ‘Over eleven hundred Falkirk Bairns died. The most interesting feature of Falkirk, for walkers especially, is Callendar Park and Callendar House, ten-minute walk east from the High Street. Aiming for it from Falkirk High Station has been mentioned; about 300 yards along the attractive Kemper Avenue there is a road into the magnificent Callendar Wood which can be circuited or, if Kemper Avenue is followed, there is a path off to the mansion once past the trees. Where to start? At Callendar House one can pick up leaflets on the many attractions. Within the house there are exhibitions, a really excellent historical ‘walk-through’, a Historic Research Centre, and living experiences of a Georgian kitchen, the interpreters in period costume.