EATS & DRINKS

Canadian Running - - PLACES - Amy Stu­pavsky is a run­ner and writer from Toronto, now liv­ing in Berlin.

Where to Eat and Drink Salute Cof­fee Com­pany i 2195 Arm­strong St.

Salute the morn­ing with a cuppa that will have you say­ing, “This is a damn fine cup of cof­fee,” like you just walked off the set of Twin Peaks.

Old Rock Cof­fee j 212 Minto St.

An in­de­pen­dent café and roast­ery that ticks all the hip­ster boxes for fair-trade, sin­gle ori­gin beans and twee mer­chan­dise.

Golden Grain Bak­ery k 153 Brady St.

One does not see so much as smell Golden Grain – an aro­matic trove of clas­sic loaves and baked goods. Go early for your carb fix, be­cause they sell out.

Laugh­ing Bud­dha l 194 El­gin St.

With a veg­gie-heavy menu, this in­ti­mate restau­rant is a wel­come ad­di­tion to the city’s dining op­tions. It also fea­tures a rol­lick­ing mu­sic scene with live jazz ev­ery Satur­day.

Deluxe Ham­burg­ers m Mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions, incl. 1737 Re­gent St.

Sud­bury’s an­swer to McDon­ald’s (al­beit with only one golden arch), this home­town chain has been dish­ing out burg­ers, fries and the much-lauded chicken on a bun since the ’60s.

P&M’s Kouzzina n 1463 Lasalle Blvd.

Ca­sual and cheery, this eatery spot­lights the city’s Ital­ian her­itage with hearty Mediter­ranean-style fare.

Stack Brew­ing o 1350 Kelly Lake Rd.

Quench your thirst af­ter a run at the re­tail shop of this award-win­ning brew­ery, where you’ll find beers with cheeky names hint­ing at Sud­bury’s quirks, in­clud­ing Stack ’72, Shat­ter Cone and Val­ley Girl.

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