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Photos by Darren Calabrese for The Globe and Mail. Read Chris Nuttall-Smith's full review of Peter Pan Bistro here.
Noah Goldberg and his father, Marty, took over the building’s lease last year to house Noah’s dream restaurant, his first.
With design direction from Noah’s girlfriend Jessica Ingwersen, an architecture grad who is also a partner in the business, they gave it grace and polish and an airy, mid-century feel, and brass art-deco wall sconces. They flew in a multimedia artist from London to install a trio of wall hangings that are shaped like taxidermy and made from Persian rugs.