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Chase Hospitality Group Announces First U.S. Restaurant

TORONTO — Toronto-based Chase Hospitality Group (CHG) has announced plans to open its first restaurant location outside of Canada. The company’s U.S. expansion will be...

The 2017 Hospitality Market Report

While Canadian foodservice operators should expect a modestly healthy 2017 in terms of growth, increasing competition and a changing consumer-spending landscape are going to...

Antonio Park Becomes Culinary Leader for Kasa Moto

TORONTO — Chef Antonio Park is the new culinary leader of Chase Hospitality Group’s (CHG) Kasa Moto restaurant, reports Toronto Life. The Montreal-based chef is...

Palm Lane Opening in Yorkville Village

TORONTO — Chase Hospitality Group will be launching a new restaurant concept built around whole-meal salads. Palm Lane is set to open Oct. 2 in...

Coming Soon: Planta Burger

TORONTO — Chase Hospitality Group (CHG) announced that Planta Burger is launching in Toronto's financial district on Sept. 5. The new gourmet, quick-service destination opens...

Chase Hospitality Group Partners with Capitol Theatre

TORONTO — Chase Hospitality Group (CHG) is teaming up with Toronto’s historic Capitol Theatre as the venue’s event manager and primary caterer. Through CHG’s six...

Health Check: Restaurants are Getting Creative with their Better-for-you Menu Options

Eating out used to be synonymous with over-indulgence and an unhealthy lifestyle. However, for the past few years, restaurants have been working to change...

Browns Restaurant Group Appoints Three New Chefs

VANCOUVER, B.C. — Browns Restaurant Group (BRG) announced today that industry veterans Damon Campbell, Kristian Eligh and Michael Steh will be joining its culinary...

Chase Hospitality Group to Open 100 Per Cent Plant-Based Restaurant

TORONTO — Chase Hospitality Group (CHG), in partnership with Nota Bene owner chef David Lee, will open Planta — an entirely plant-based restaurant —...

From the Editor: Food Forward

As the Internet and globalization have made the world smaller, the world of food has actually become larger and more important than ever. Once merely...