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Red Sauce Represents an Accessible Shift

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Jumping from South Carolina to Italy is perhaps not the most obvious of culinary progressions, but it’s been a profitable one for Scott and Lindsay Selland. Earlier this year the Toronto restaurateurs turned what had been their acclaimed Lowcountry-inspired dining room, Acadia, into Red Sauce, a family-friendly haunt that highlights deli-classic veal, chicken and eggplant parmesans—available as regular or hero sandwiches, or on a platter with vegetable options—plus a smattering of other easy-eating Italian-American classics. Reasonably priced drinks, including a draught negroni, plus house-made sodas ensure a well-lubricated meal.  —Craig Moy

• Red Sauce, 50C Clinton St., 416-792-6002; redsaucetoronto.com
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