October 14, 2021
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#720 Fine Dining Struggles
The woes of fancy restaurants across Canada have been percolating - Who are we supposed to relate to? And the saga of the New York Times hit podcast comes to a close. Writer and restaurant-owner Jen Agg co-hosts. 
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Tiffany Lam
Producer
Tristan Capacchione
Audio Editor & Technical Producer
Kieran Oudshoorn
Managing Editor, Podcasts
Links:
  • Globe and Mail’s piece on Canadian fine dining struggling
  • Financial Post’s piece about Mark McEwan
  • Chris Nuttall-Smith’s Toronto Life piece on the fall of the Buca Empire
  • New York Times’ Ian Austen on Shehroze Chaudhry’s dropped charges
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