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Unorthodox Restaurants; World Cup Watching; More

DUNDAS WEST— Here, Nathan Isberg talks about the unorthodox policies at his restaurant The Atlantic. It's got no set menu, no servers, and a pay-what-you-want model in place.

WORLD CUP— Want to watch the World Cup but don't know where? Check out Eater's handy tag of all things tournament-related.

ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT— New Thai restaurant Pai is owners Jeff and Nuit Regular's most ambitious venture yet. Head on over to our sister site to hear about how the eatery got its start.