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Nostalgia with a side of swagger, Anthony Rose, formerly of the Drake Hotel, resurrects the spirit of People’s Foods with powerfully tasty pop classics

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Rose and Sons chef and owner Anthony Rose, rear, talks with another chef while preparing a dish in his diner in Toronto.

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Rose and Sons diner in Toronto.

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Rose and Sons chef and owner Anthony Rose, left, works in the kitchen in his diner on Dupont.

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Rose and Sons dishes being prepared.

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A dish at Rose and Sons diner on Dupont.

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Rose and Sons chef and owner Anthony Rose serves a meal at his diner on Dupont.

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Rose and Sons chef and owner Anthony Rose talks to his customers in his diner on Dupont.

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Rose and Sons chef and owner Anthony Rose

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Rose and Sons chef and owner Anthony Rose grabs a meal from the kitchen in his diner on Dupont.

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