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Dinners from Everyday Wines

A Knife's Work

From the December, 2008 issue

The year's not quite over, but I'm going out on a limb and naming as the most contentious restaurant closing of 2008 the demise of Kerrytown's Lunch at Everyday Cook. It made headlines by putting the spotlight on the arcane process of awarding a liquor license, which the restaurant's owner, Mary Campbell, had unsuccessfully sought. The licensing hubbub overshadowed the loss of a uniquely charming space and culinarily exciting kitchen. When Everyday Lunch served its last meal on June 21, I was among the sad customers who went for one final

 
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