The centerpiece of Bin 5’s backyard is a lit-up tree, which is a useful reminder that you’re that concepts like nature still exist. Come to this Italian spot in Rosebank for date night or a catch-up with a friend that includes a plate of meatballs, a fancy cocktail, and some salad. They’re offering outdoor dining Wednesday through Sunday.
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