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If you’ve gone out for drinks recently, you know that dropping $18 on a cocktail that seems mostly made of ice is pretty standard.

However, that’s not how TikToker Mabel Martinez felt when her server dropped off her drink with a king ice cube in it, so she turned to social media and put the restaurant on blast.

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A waitress on TikTok was not feeling the Easter vibes this week, after revealing that she would occasionally receive Bible quotes instead of cash from her restaurant's church-going crowd.

That scripture-over-scratch approach didn't sit well with the more than 3 million people who watched her video, especially given how often people will donate cash at church.

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Même si le nom de la poutine n'a rien à voir avec le président russe, un nombre grandissant d'entreprises dans le monde reçoivent des demandes, des plaintes ou même des menaces de mort à ce sujet en raison du contexte mondial.

Dans le cas du restaurant Frite Alors!, il aura seulement fallu « une ou deux réactions du public » pour changer les choses et renommer la poutine « Vladimir » pour « Volodymyr », le prénom du président ukrainien.

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This Review article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

It’s been said that food is the ingredient that binds us together, and in a dimly-lit restaurant on the corner of Dundas and Ossington, I found this to be true.

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Sometimes when you're craving your favourite takeout meal from a restaurant, nothing can get in your way.

An Ontarian must have been feeling that way about Nicey's Eatery, a Caribbean restaurant in Toronto, on Monday because they braved the province's snowstorm and icy roads on foot just to go to the eatery.

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