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Snarf | Dec 3, 201402:53 PM     6

In the pricey land of Yonge north of Lawrence, there is signage and a recently opened or opening soon lobster specialty place. While walking on the other side of the road, I saw numerous toddler convoys in mega-strollers eyeing the sign with varying degrees of startlement.

I haven't walked in the door or tried the food, but I did look at the website and menus. The food photos look relatively decent, but the menu graphics are fairly primitive. Maybe I am jaded. Curious to see what the place is like on the inside, and what the food tastes like.

I thought Smoked and Cracked was a name of unlikely appeal, but their food is pretty tasty and they seem to have put together quite a following.

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