Profile of Karl Wells

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  • Golf club eatery not just for members

    Country clubs and golf courses in the city have ramped up their catering operations in recent years to accommodate more weddings, conferences and ...

  • Savour fest kicks it up a notch

    A nanosecond after we were cloaked in gloomy darkness, a great unified moan arose from the Delta ballroom. I knew what everyone was thinking: ...

  • Hummus Hut serves up fresh, healthy, vegan fare

    I’m an omnivore. I eat everything; but I do have a special fondness for vegetables. I love their rainbow colours, textures and unique flavours. ...

  • Chinched gets a well-deserved four stars

    Much less after taking a detour for a year to an island on Newfoundland’s northeast coast. Turns out Fogo Island’s loss was very much a win for ...

  • Legros and Motti a stunning addition to local scene

    I’m told the planning of this new waterfront colossus began more than two years ago. It’s obvious. Owners Rob Moore, Wayne Moore and Leo Power ...

  • New look, new tastes at Pasta Plus

    Restaurateur Mike Murphy recently purchased the Churchill Square restaurant. I like what he’s done with the place. Before Murphy completed some ...

  • Redrock still rocks

    Redrock Bar and Grill has made several positive changes since I last visited and, since its ho-hum days as My Brother’s Place, seems to be going ...

  • A mecca for carnivores

    Rio is a churrascaria (barbecue) Brazilian restaurant. Some people call them gaucho restaurants. Gaucho is another word for cowboy.The gaucho ...

  • A cut above

    As it turns out there’s also a 111 Chophouse in Worcester, Mass. They are not connected. I was told unequivocally by our server that the name ...

  • My restaurant rant

    Twenty peeves about service alone seemed like an overload of criticism to me. If I were a server I’d feel my comrades and I had been set upon. ...