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OLO Restaurant - Montecristo Magazine

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Olo is Chinook jargon, a pidgin language of the Pacific Northwest that spread throughout the coast during the 19th century.

Its rough translation is “hungry”, as in what you’ll be when you enter in the doors of lower Chinatown’s 112-year-old brick heritage building in Victoria and catch the alluring scent of chef Brad Holmes’s “smart simple” food. http://montecristomagazine.com/food-and-drink/olo-restaurant

Shawn Soole