Boston Pizza Opens Second Toronto ‘Restaurant of the Future’

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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Boston Pizza is building on its new urban strategy, opening its second urban restaurant in Toronto just six months after launching its new contemporary design concept in the city.

The latest urban-restaurant location — at Yonge and Gerrard Streets, near Ryerson University and Toronto’s Yonge St. shopping district — features an all-season 167-seat rooftop patio with retractable roof.

“We are extremely proud to be bringing Boston Pizza’s new design concept to our Yonge and Gerrard community in Toronto,” says Alan Howie, executive vice-president, Operations and Development, Boston Pizza International. “This new, cutting-edge venue shows the commitment of our brand to building engaging and enticing family-friendly restaurants in Canada’s urban centers. It will also add a unique flavour to the city, thanks to the massive, year-round rooftop patio and 12-screen video wall on the first floor.”

As well as supporting local charity, Covenant House, which provides shelter, healthcare and rehabilitation services to at-risk youth, the new restaurant will also help stimulate the local job market as it looks to add 100 staff to its roster.


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