With every new museum that opens, a designer restaurant is born. At least that’s what’s been happening over the past few years, with the ROM’s five-star C5 becoming a draw almost as big as the dinosaurs, and Jamie Kennedy’s restaurant housed on the second floor of the Gardiner Museum. The AGO’s new 130-seat restaurant, Frank, is a destination of its own. It’s named for both the architect who built and designed it (Frank Gehry) and artist Frank Stella, whose massive winding steel installation hangs down a light shaft. The space is open and noisy, filled with Danish furniture classics (Erik Jorgensen, Fritz Hansen), and accented with the same Douglas fir that runs throughout the new AGO extension. Exec chef Anne Yarymowich offers updated comfort food (think gourmand hand-rolled potato gnocchi and P.E.I. oyster chowder) and the wine list proudly carries only Ontario labels.