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Mythology, Toronto’s Only Vegan Diner, to Debut in Vegandale

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Many a night I’ve dreamt of enjoying a tall-stack of vegan pancakes that didn’t require me to flour-bomb my own kitchen first. Well, for those of us lucky enough to live in Toronto, a vegan diner is opening up to answer my prayers.

The 5700 Inc. is partnering with award-winning chef Doug McNish to bring Toronto a taste of the classics veganized. Recently honoured as the city’s Best Chef in the NOW Toronto Reader’s Choice Awards, Doug McNish is Mythology’s co-owner and executive chef. With three best-selling cookbooks under his belt, and his highly popular Public Kitchen seeing line-ups during every service, career-long fans of the chef can expect to indulge in yet another side of Doug’s inventive vegan fare.

That means smashing the expectations of a typical greasy spoon and proving animals are not required for knockout Reuben sandwiches, Salisbury Steak, Fish & Chips, Cobb Salad, Cinnamon Bun Pancakes, Root Beer Floats, and more!

A feast requires the right libations alongside, so expect local craft brews, wine and specialty handcrafted cocktails, developed by an in-house mixologist.

The unapologetic vegan message is as bright as always, too, with iconic art like Michelangelo’s ‘The Creation of Adam’ veganized, a wall-to-ceiling Andy Warhol inspired vegan selfie room, and more to keep the vegan conversation going.

Mythology will join Doomie’s Toronto and The Imperative in Parkdale for dinner service on December 1st—taking the neighbourhood one step closer to the ‘Vegandale’ moniker it’s lovingly adopted.  Lunch service will begin on Monday, December 18th and a highly anticipated brunch service will begin on New Year’s Day.

Toronto foodies and food-porn aficionados from around the globe are encouraged to keep an eye on Mythology’s website, Facebook and Instagram for more information.

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