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Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only

Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only

Maybe Veronica Lodge will pick up the tab

The name “Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe” might ring a bell for fans of Archie Comics and CW front-runner drama Riverdale. The 24-hour diner is practically a second home to Betty, Veronica, Archie, and Jughead. The group regularly gathers here for burgers, milkshakes, and the latest gossip on murder, affairs, and drug-trafficking. Now, super-fans of the show can visit too, for a limited time at pop-up locations around Canada.

On October 10, Netflix Canada announced via Twitter that eight Pop’s diners would be opening October 12 and 13 around the country. On Thursday, you can visit one at Rocko’s Family Diner in Mission, Boogie’s Burgers in Calgary, Zak’s Diner in Ottawa, and Fran’s Restaurant in Toronto. On Friday, Pop’s diners will be located at Route 99 Diner in Edmonton, Fran’s Restaurant in Toronto, The Lakeview in Toronto, and The Templeton in Vancouver, where the show is filmed.

According to a Facebook post by Netflix, anyone who visits a pop-up location will get a free milkshake, and they’ll also be able to try on Riverdale costumes. Each spot is open from 7 to 11 p.m. To stateside fans unable to visit a Canadian Pop’s: throw on your Southside Serpents jacket and head to one of America’s 10 best 24-hour diners.


Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only - Recipes

Located in a trendy area of Montreal and conveniently near the Decarie Metro Bus terminal, Yakimono is a non-dairy, non-meat restaurant that gives you the opportunity to stop by anytime of the day since everything there is parve. Yakimono can be translated from Japanese with &ldquoYaki&rdquo meaning &ldquoraise&rdquo and &ldquoono&rdquo meaning &ldquorichness&rdquo as to describe the level of quality and flavor of their dishes but also because it has a spiritual meaning. The first two letters in the name is one of G-d&rsquos names and &ldquokimono&rdquo is the authentic Japanese clothing, thus the owners wanted G-d to be with them in this Japanese adventure of theirs. This culinary adventure began in January 2006 when the owners saw that there was a need for specialized sushi in the Montreal area. While the young crowd already has taken to the Japanese delicacy, many more mature diners have been coming in. For appetizers, the Kani Salad of avocado, cucumber, tempura flakes and spicy sauce is a very tasty combination as are their crunchy spring rolls, dipped in a sweet and sour orange flavored sauce. Besides being able to customize any sushi roll you desire, there are plenty of mainstream fish entrees to choose from, although made with a Japanese influence. Salmon and Tuna Teriyaki are offered as are a number of stir-fried vegetable dishes. There are even vegetable nuggets with French Fries for the kids. But if you&rsquove come to Yakimono, it&rsquos highly recommended that you treat your tastebuds to any of their two dozen sushi rolls or if you are with a group, a sushi boat might be in order. For dessert, fried chocolate sticks with tofu ice cream topped with caramel and raspberry sauce is quite interesting.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group:


Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only - Recipes

Located in a trendy area of Montreal and conveniently near the Decarie Metro Bus terminal, Yakimono is a non-dairy, non-meat restaurant that gives you the opportunity to stop by anytime of the day since everything there is parve. Yakimono can be translated from Japanese with &ldquoYaki&rdquo meaning &ldquoraise&rdquo and &ldquoono&rdquo meaning &ldquorichness&rdquo as to describe the level of quality and flavor of their dishes but also because it has a spiritual meaning. The first two letters in the name is one of G-d&rsquos names and &ldquokimono&rdquo is the authentic Japanese clothing, thus the owners wanted G-d to be with them in this Japanese adventure of theirs. This culinary adventure began in January 2006 when the owners saw that there was a need for specialized sushi in the Montreal area. While the young crowd already has taken to the Japanese delicacy, many more mature diners have been coming in. For appetizers, the Kani Salad of avocado, cucumber, tempura flakes and spicy sauce is a very tasty combination as are their crunchy spring rolls, dipped in a sweet and sour orange flavored sauce. Besides being able to customize any sushi roll you desire, there are plenty of mainstream fish entrees to choose from, although made with a Japanese influence. Salmon and Tuna Teriyaki are offered as are a number of stir-fried vegetable dishes. There are even vegetable nuggets with French Fries for the kids. But if you&rsquove come to Yakimono, it&rsquos highly recommended that you treat your tastebuds to any of their two dozen sushi rolls or if you are with a group, a sushi boat might be in order. For dessert, fried chocolate sticks with tofu ice cream topped with caramel and raspberry sauce is quite interesting.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group:


Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only - Recipes

Located in a trendy area of Montreal and conveniently near the Decarie Metro Bus terminal, Yakimono is a non-dairy, non-meat restaurant that gives you the opportunity to stop by anytime of the day since everything there is parve. Yakimono can be translated from Japanese with &ldquoYaki&rdquo meaning &ldquoraise&rdquo and &ldquoono&rdquo meaning &ldquorichness&rdquo as to describe the level of quality and flavor of their dishes but also because it has a spiritual meaning. The first two letters in the name is one of G-d&rsquos names and &ldquokimono&rdquo is the authentic Japanese clothing, thus the owners wanted G-d to be with them in this Japanese adventure of theirs. This culinary adventure began in January 2006 when the owners saw that there was a need for specialized sushi in the Montreal area. While the young crowd already has taken to the Japanese delicacy, many more mature diners have been coming in. For appetizers, the Kani Salad of avocado, cucumber, tempura flakes and spicy sauce is a very tasty combination as are their crunchy spring rolls, dipped in a sweet and sour orange flavored sauce. Besides being able to customize any sushi roll you desire, there are plenty of mainstream fish entrees to choose from, although made with a Japanese influence. Salmon and Tuna Teriyaki are offered as are a number of stir-fried vegetable dishes. There are even vegetable nuggets with French Fries for the kids. But if you&rsquove come to Yakimono, it&rsquos highly recommended that you treat your tastebuds to any of their two dozen sushi rolls or if you are with a group, a sushi boat might be in order. For dessert, fried chocolate sticks with tofu ice cream topped with caramel and raspberry sauce is quite interesting.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group:


Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only - Recipes

Located in a trendy area of Montreal and conveniently near the Decarie Metro Bus terminal, Yakimono is a non-dairy, non-meat restaurant that gives you the opportunity to stop by anytime of the day since everything there is parve. Yakimono can be translated from Japanese with &ldquoYaki&rdquo meaning &ldquoraise&rdquo and &ldquoono&rdquo meaning &ldquorichness&rdquo as to describe the level of quality and flavor of their dishes but also because it has a spiritual meaning. The first two letters in the name is one of G-d&rsquos names and &ldquokimono&rdquo is the authentic Japanese clothing, thus the owners wanted G-d to be with them in this Japanese adventure of theirs. This culinary adventure began in January 2006 when the owners saw that there was a need for specialized sushi in the Montreal area. While the young crowd already has taken to the Japanese delicacy, many more mature diners have been coming in. For appetizers, the Kani Salad of avocado, cucumber, tempura flakes and spicy sauce is a very tasty combination as are their crunchy spring rolls, dipped in a sweet and sour orange flavored sauce. Besides being able to customize any sushi roll you desire, there are plenty of mainstream fish entrees to choose from, although made with a Japanese influence. Salmon and Tuna Teriyaki are offered as are a number of stir-fried vegetable dishes. There are even vegetable nuggets with French Fries for the kids. But if you&rsquove come to Yakimono, it&rsquos highly recommended that you treat your tastebuds to any of their two dozen sushi rolls or if you are with a group, a sushi boat might be in order. For dessert, fried chocolate sticks with tofu ice cream topped with caramel and raspberry sauce is quite interesting.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group:


Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only - Recipes

Located in a trendy area of Montreal and conveniently near the Decarie Metro Bus terminal, Yakimono is a non-dairy, non-meat restaurant that gives you the opportunity to stop by anytime of the day since everything there is parve. Yakimono can be translated from Japanese with &ldquoYaki&rdquo meaning &ldquoraise&rdquo and &ldquoono&rdquo meaning &ldquorichness&rdquo as to describe the level of quality and flavor of their dishes but also because it has a spiritual meaning. The first two letters in the name is one of G-d&rsquos names and &ldquokimono&rdquo is the authentic Japanese clothing, thus the owners wanted G-d to be with them in this Japanese adventure of theirs. This culinary adventure began in January 2006 when the owners saw that there was a need for specialized sushi in the Montreal area. While the young crowd already has taken to the Japanese delicacy, many more mature diners have been coming in. For appetizers, the Kani Salad of avocado, cucumber, tempura flakes and spicy sauce is a very tasty combination as are their crunchy spring rolls, dipped in a sweet and sour orange flavored sauce. Besides being able to customize any sushi roll you desire, there are plenty of mainstream fish entrees to choose from, although made with a Japanese influence. Salmon and Tuna Teriyaki are offered as are a number of stir-fried vegetable dishes. There are even vegetable nuggets with French Fries for the kids. But if you&rsquove come to Yakimono, it&rsquos highly recommended that you treat your tastebuds to any of their two dozen sushi rolls or if you are with a group, a sushi boat might be in order. For dessert, fried chocolate sticks with tofu ice cream topped with caramel and raspberry sauce is quite interesting.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group:


Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only - Recipes

Located in a trendy area of Montreal and conveniently near the Decarie Metro Bus terminal, Yakimono is a non-dairy, non-meat restaurant that gives you the opportunity to stop by anytime of the day since everything there is parve. Yakimono can be translated from Japanese with &ldquoYaki&rdquo meaning &ldquoraise&rdquo and &ldquoono&rdquo meaning &ldquorichness&rdquo as to describe the level of quality and flavor of their dishes but also because it has a spiritual meaning. The first two letters in the name is one of G-d&rsquos names and &ldquokimono&rdquo is the authentic Japanese clothing, thus the owners wanted G-d to be with them in this Japanese adventure of theirs. This culinary adventure began in January 2006 when the owners saw that there was a need for specialized sushi in the Montreal area. While the young crowd already has taken to the Japanese delicacy, many more mature diners have been coming in. For appetizers, the Kani Salad of avocado, cucumber, tempura flakes and spicy sauce is a very tasty combination as are their crunchy spring rolls, dipped in a sweet and sour orange flavored sauce. Besides being able to customize any sushi roll you desire, there are plenty of mainstream fish entrees to choose from, although made with a Japanese influence. Salmon and Tuna Teriyaki are offered as are a number of stir-fried vegetable dishes. There are even vegetable nuggets with French Fries for the kids. But if you&rsquove come to Yakimono, it&rsquos highly recommended that you treat your tastebuds to any of their two dozen sushi rolls or if you are with a group, a sushi boat might be in order. For dessert, fried chocolate sticks with tofu ice cream topped with caramel and raspberry sauce is quite interesting.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group:


Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only - Recipes

Located in a trendy area of Montreal and conveniently near the Decarie Metro Bus terminal, Yakimono is a non-dairy, non-meat restaurant that gives you the opportunity to stop by anytime of the day since everything there is parve. Yakimono can be translated from Japanese with &ldquoYaki&rdquo meaning &ldquoraise&rdquo and &ldquoono&rdquo meaning &ldquorichness&rdquo as to describe the level of quality and flavor of their dishes but also because it has a spiritual meaning. The first two letters in the name is one of G-d&rsquos names and &ldquokimono&rdquo is the authentic Japanese clothing, thus the owners wanted G-d to be with them in this Japanese adventure of theirs. This culinary adventure began in January 2006 when the owners saw that there was a need for specialized sushi in the Montreal area. While the young crowd already has taken to the Japanese delicacy, many more mature diners have been coming in. For appetizers, the Kani Salad of avocado, cucumber, tempura flakes and spicy sauce is a very tasty combination as are their crunchy spring rolls, dipped in a sweet and sour orange flavored sauce. Besides being able to customize any sushi roll you desire, there are plenty of mainstream fish entrees to choose from, although made with a Japanese influence. Salmon and Tuna Teriyaki are offered as are a number of stir-fried vegetable dishes. There are even vegetable nuggets with French Fries for the kids. But if you&rsquove come to Yakimono, it&rsquos highly recommended that you treat your tastebuds to any of their two dozen sushi rolls or if you are with a group, a sushi boat might be in order. For dessert, fried chocolate sticks with tofu ice cream topped with caramel and raspberry sauce is quite interesting.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group:


Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only - Recipes

Located in a trendy area of Montreal and conveniently near the Decarie Metro Bus terminal, Yakimono is a non-dairy, non-meat restaurant that gives you the opportunity to stop by anytime of the day since everything there is parve. Yakimono can be translated from Japanese with &ldquoYaki&rdquo meaning &ldquoraise&rdquo and &ldquoono&rdquo meaning &ldquorichness&rdquo as to describe the level of quality and flavor of their dishes but also because it has a spiritual meaning. The first two letters in the name is one of G-d&rsquos names and &ldquokimono&rdquo is the authentic Japanese clothing, thus the owners wanted G-d to be with them in this Japanese adventure of theirs. This culinary adventure began in January 2006 when the owners saw that there was a need for specialized sushi in the Montreal area. While the young crowd already has taken to the Japanese delicacy, many more mature diners have been coming in. For appetizers, the Kani Salad of avocado, cucumber, tempura flakes and spicy sauce is a very tasty combination as are their crunchy spring rolls, dipped in a sweet and sour orange flavored sauce. Besides being able to customize any sushi roll you desire, there are plenty of mainstream fish entrees to choose from, although made with a Japanese influence. Salmon and Tuna Teriyaki are offered as are a number of stir-fried vegetable dishes. There are even vegetable nuggets with French Fries for the kids. But if you&rsquove come to Yakimono, it&rsquos highly recommended that you treat your tastebuds to any of their two dozen sushi rolls or if you are with a group, a sushi boat might be in order. For dessert, fried chocolate sticks with tofu ice cream topped with caramel and raspberry sauce is quite interesting.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group:


Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only - Recipes

Located in a trendy area of Montreal and conveniently near the Decarie Metro Bus terminal, Yakimono is a non-dairy, non-meat restaurant that gives you the opportunity to stop by anytime of the day since everything there is parve. Yakimono can be translated from Japanese with &ldquoYaki&rdquo meaning &ldquoraise&rdquo and &ldquoono&rdquo meaning &ldquorichness&rdquo as to describe the level of quality and flavor of their dishes but also because it has a spiritual meaning. The first two letters in the name is one of G-d&rsquos names and &ldquokimono&rdquo is the authentic Japanese clothing, thus the owners wanted G-d to be with them in this Japanese adventure of theirs. This culinary adventure began in January 2006 when the owners saw that there was a need for specialized sushi in the Montreal area. While the young crowd already has taken to the Japanese delicacy, many more mature diners have been coming in. For appetizers, the Kani Salad of avocado, cucumber, tempura flakes and spicy sauce is a very tasty combination as are their crunchy spring rolls, dipped in a sweet and sour orange flavored sauce. Besides being able to customize any sushi roll you desire, there are plenty of mainstream fish entrees to choose from, although made with a Japanese influence. Salmon and Tuna Teriyaki are offered as are a number of stir-fried vegetable dishes. There are even vegetable nuggets with French Fries for the kids. But if you&rsquove come to Yakimono, it&rsquos highly recommended that you treat your tastebuds to any of their two dozen sushi rolls or if you are with a group, a sushi boat might be in order. For dessert, fried chocolate sticks with tofu ice cream topped with caramel and raspberry sauce is quite interesting.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group:


Riverdale’s ‘Pop’s Chocklit Shoppe’ Diners Are Opening Around Canada for 2 Days Only - Recipes

Located in a trendy area of Montreal and conveniently near the Decarie Metro Bus terminal, Yakimono is a non-dairy, non-meat restaurant that gives you the opportunity to stop by anytime of the day since everything there is parve. Yakimono can be translated from Japanese with &ldquoYaki&rdquo meaning &ldquoraise&rdquo and &ldquoono&rdquo meaning &ldquorichness&rdquo as to describe the level of quality and flavor of their dishes but also because it has a spiritual meaning. The first two letters in the name is one of G-d&rsquos names and &ldquokimono&rdquo is the authentic Japanese clothing, thus the owners wanted G-d to be with them in this Japanese adventure of theirs. This culinary adventure began in January 2006 when the owners saw that there was a need for specialized sushi in the Montreal area. While the young crowd already has taken to the Japanese delicacy, many more mature diners have been coming in. For appetizers, the Kani Salad of avocado, cucumber, tempura flakes and spicy sauce is a very tasty combination as are their crunchy spring rolls, dipped in a sweet and sour orange flavored sauce. Besides being able to customize any sushi roll you desire, there are plenty of mainstream fish entrees to choose from, although made with a Japanese influence. Salmon and Tuna Teriyaki are offered as are a number of stir-fried vegetable dishes. There are even vegetable nuggets with French Fries for the kids. But if you&rsquove come to Yakimono, it&rsquos highly recommended that you treat your tastebuds to any of their two dozen sushi rolls or if you are with a group, a sushi boat might be in order. For dessert, fried chocolate sticks with tofu ice cream topped with caramel and raspberry sauce is quite interesting.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group:


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