I really don't have much of an opinion of the Library Square pub: a quick Irish coffee after work one day, without whipped cream--"I think they ran out" said the server--but this is quite a bloomer of a typo on somebody's part:
The Library Square is, after all, really just an upscale pub. Operated by Donnelly Hospitality, owners of Bimini's and the Denman Street Free House, the restaurant has taken on the daunting task of catering to an eclectic crowd of gentile culture vultures and rowdy sports fans. Can the two co-exist on a diet of salmon salads, burgers and Stella Artois?
(I'm guessing the word wanted was genteel, not shiksa )
There's also a rather egregious "crème brule". Someone at the Globe was up too late drowning their sorrows about the Leafs' loss, perhaps.
At least Ms. Gill has nice things to say about Cassis, which is still on my "to try" list.