My daughter Kate and I headed out last Sunday afternoon to Kitchener to hear about a new – and what I consider very different – food service being debuted at the storied Walper Hotel. Up the staircase through the doors of the second-floor terrace ballroom, 250 curious guests were lining up at more than a dozen food stations positioned throughout the long, rectangular room. The stations were being steadily replenished with something seldom seen at the Walper – that is, someone else’s cuisine. On this day, management relaxed what area entrepreneur Anne Marie Heinrichs said is an our-kitchen-only food policy,…
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