Jump Reopens Following Renovations; Welcomes New Chef


TORONTO — Oliver and Bonacini’s Jump restaurant has reopened with a new chef and bar menu in its freshly revamped space, following a month-long renovation.

Paul Benallick, formerly of Trump’s Stock, will serve as chef de cuisine at the restaurant that features a new updated design.

The decor includes polished wood tables, cognac-coloured leathers, tones of charcoal grey and warm amber woods, a subtly textured carpet to balance the sound, dramatic lighting elements, a modern 46-foot sculptural light fixture spanning the length of the dining room, oversized drum shades and a new host desk that illuminates the entrance.

“We wanted the room to have a variety of textures and warmth, along with a bit more intimacy,” said Michael Bonacini, who oversaw the design and construction project.

Meanwhile, Jump is also featuring a new bar menu with more than 60 types of whisky, bourbon and scotch as well as new whisky- and bourbon-infused cocktails.

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