PicNic wine bar
OK, I should have tried more wines than just the Pinot Grigio.
But I'm here to say: I really like their platter!
I've attached as images the blackboard platter menu as it was yesterday, as well as the platter I received. All of their patés are made in-house, according to my server.
It was a really relaxing late lunch/early dinner.
They also have a standard menu with about 6 items for lunch, and (I guess, but didn't ask) about the same number for dinner. My server said to call to find out what the dinner special is: last week it was a leg of duck in a soup. She and her friends (and many who joined) at the communal table all had a great time. There are also seats along the wall and tables for 4, and seats at the bar.
The chef is from France; I didn't ask what region.
$20 for 2 cheeses, 2 meats, 3 garnishes.
747 Queen St. East (it's east of Broadview, west of the train overpass)
www.picnicwinebar.com (no website yet, although it's on their business card
(only connection with the place is that I am a satisfied customer, and will be returning)