A waitress materialized, handed us the rather pricey brunch menu, and we ordered. Only when we saw her vanish into the back door of the adjacent posh restaurant did we realize we were not where we thought we were.
I asked for bread or crackers while we waited and had our drinks: she announced that there wasn't any unless we wanted the bread leftover from yesterday. Bread would not be delivered till 3:00 (it was 2:00). What an appetizing thought -- especially since the other two had ordered sandwiches.
She had brought us each one cocktail napkin and when the food finally arrived I asked whether she had larger napkins.
The answer was no. "NO? Are we each supposed to eat with one used cocktail napkin? " Blank stare. "Well, can we have MORE cocktail napkins?," I asked. She grudgingly brought us each two more.
The food was nevertheless, delicious and the sandwiches were on cranberry bread which she denied were leftovers.
The place is an architectural joy.the Group of Seven, along with a plethora of other wonderful Canadian artists. No pictures allowed. However, this exhibit was ok to shoot and I tood these with my iPhone.
There were many more but these were my favorites - mixed media. What a delightful day I had!