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ThreeEm | Aug 26, 201109:58 AM     8

Bad news: I'm moving to Windsor to study. Yeah, I know.

I'm not looking for the pity of Torontonian foodies with this post, but rather some help in finding good replacements for the things I've come to love about Toronto. I know many of them probably exist but that they'll be hard to find.

For anyone familiar with this town (and particularly with near-campus food options) I'm hoping you can point me in the right direction for such things as:

-good espresso (without which I cannot function)
-general supermarkets
-ethnic markets
-farmer's markets
-good pubs
-to-go lunch/dinner places
-delivery (e.g. indian, chinese, vietnamese, pizza, etc.)
-destination restaurants (downtown or otherwise)
-food options inside the U of Windsor campus

Any help would be extremely appreciated! I'd also be interested to know if anyone has any thoughts on the restaurants named in this thread: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/679839

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