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.
My husband came back from work at camp with a bad cold and the last thing he wanted to do was cook dinner. I wasn’t much more interested after a long week at work.
It’s been a few weeks since I was interviewed for What’s Up Yukon. I kind of thought it just wasn’t going to happen. I’ve worked in media. I know interviews get done that don’t lead to stories or get cut for time or editorial decisions.
So with a new dog and work on my plate, I stopped checking for my article.
I can’t keep track of who owns what Japanese restaurant. I’ve tried to describe it in previous posts, but I just give up.
From now on, I’m just treating every new or renamed restaurant as its own post. Who cares what it was or is or will be.
I never got a chance to visit China Garden, the restaurant whose space Asahiya now occupies. So when I say my first impression of the space was good – I don’t know what kind of renovation (if any) went into making the restaurant look like this.