It was day two of the Great Canadian Barbecue Rebellion on November 25, and hundreds of happy customers “illicitly” chowed down on brisket while dozens of politicians, bureaucrats, public health officials and mainstream media types fumed.
No matter the political pushback, it looks like serving up defiance with a side order of freedom is a good business strategy for Adam Skelly, the owner of Adamson Barbecue.
Skelly yet again went against the authorities’ wishes by opening his fantastic barbecue restaurant in Etobicoke for a second day in a row. He opened the doors at 11 a.m., and before the clock struck noon, he had completely sold out — just like the day before. Moving forward, he vows he is going to order five times the amount of meat, suggesting his rebellion is long from over.
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