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Kroll's live work is a mix of standup, sketch and characters.He is well known as a performer for his characters: Bobby Bottleservice, Fabrice Fabrice, and Gil Faizon of The Oh, Hello Show, which he created with writing partner John Mulaney.That’s fine with me, because such sweet breads are standouts, along with the superb coffee, at the Art Is In Bakery (250 City Centre Ave).Located in a strip mall a short drive from downtown, this cool bakery is proof that even the least glamorous places can draw the food crowd, thanks to its terrific bread, towering cronuts, tender scones and irresistible sticky buns.John Oliver's New York Stand Up Show, and The Benson Interruption, both performing as himself and in character.Kroll had a starring role as Rodney Ruxin in the FXX comedy series The League, which aired October 29, 2009 to December 9, 2015.Although many critics only either mentioned his character in passing, some pointing out his similarities with Albert Einstein, Matt Zoller Seitz took particular note of his performance, praising it as "irrepressibly silly" with "an orange juice spit-take voice". I don’t think I’d recommend a Montrealer make the two-hour drive down the 40 West exclusively for dinner, but it’s certainly worth it in combination with all the other great things to do in the capital.
It was the first store in what is now a chain of 119 franchises, and the first place I had a taste of this irresistible slab of cinnamon-sugared fried dough.Kroll created a stand-up character, "Bobby Bottleservice." He has featured the character in a number of online videos for the Funny or Die website, including the Ed Hardy Boyz and an audition tape for the MTV show Jersey Shore. Kroll's first significant career success came when he co-starred in the ABC sitcom Cavemen, based on the Geico-insurance TV-commercial characters.He genuinely called his role in the seven-episode comedy “the most important experience of my professional career”.Another must is Corazón de Maíz (55 By Ward Market Sq.), a taco stand with authentic quesadillas, nachos and burritos.For more taco action in the market neighbourhood, don’t miss El Camino (81 Clarence St.), a casual sit-down restaurant where the fish and beef tongue tacos are bliss, especially when enjoyed with a perfect margarita.