How much sushi can one town have? I think that’s the question Whitehorse is trying to answer.
It’s not that I visited Wayfarer Oyster Bar, it’s that it visits other places.
On a snowy winter night we set out for Wintering Ground cafe. Luckily for us, it’s just a short drive (like 2 minutes) from our home.
Another day, another new Whitehorse restaurant!
Once upon a time (like 1.5 years ago), there was a little Asian grocery store here in Whitehorse. It did not survive and the space sat empty for a while. Then a few weeks ago I noticed new signage on the building.
New restaurants are my favourite thing.
Especially since I’ve got little left to try.
The rate of posts has decreased significantly as the number of restaurants has fallen as well. But fear not, I’ve got a few coming. (Including one from an event in September that got lost in the mix!)
I live south of what people usually think of as the city, but technically, it’s still the city. We just don’t have water or sewage or neighbours that we can see.
Since moving out here, I definitely have been cooking more, as I weigh the idea of going into town for food vs. making something, even if I am feeling completely lazy.
And if I’ve been gone all day at work, I like to let the dog out as soon as possible, so that nixes staying in town for dinner.
But I guess there’s another option.