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Eataly Toronto Hosts Media Preview

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TORONTO — Media were taken on a culinary tour of Italy last week as the new Eataly Toronto — the first Eataly location...

Shipping-Container Market Opens in Toronto

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TORONTO — Stackt, a new “cultural marketplace” developed from 120 new and reclaimed shipping containers, has opened in downtown Toronto. The new...

Ethnic Eats

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Canadians have long embraced ethnic eats, thanks to our ever-growing multiculturalism and taste for bold, adventurous flavours. However, as global fare becomes increasingly mainstream,...

Darden Sells Red Lobster

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ORLANDO, Fla. — Months after announcing it was pondering the future of its troubled Red Lobster brand, Darden Restaurants has agreed to sell the casual-dining chain to Golden Gate Capital, a San Francisco-based private equity investment firm, for $2.1 billion.

The Star: Richtree Violated Labour Law

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TORONTO — Former workers of a Richtree restaurant in Toronto are rejoicing after a labour board found the company violated a labour law last...

Chipotle Promotes Locally Grown Food with $20,000 Token Giveaway

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TORONTO — Starting in June, consumers will have a little extra incentive to buy local, sustainable food, with help from Chipotle, which is giving...

Extreme Brandz Enters Burger Category through Partnership with Burger’s Priest

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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Toronto’s The Burger’s Priest is set to expand across Canada, thanks to a newly formed partnership with Mississauga, Ont.-based Extreme Brandz,...

Cactus Club Announces First Toronto Location

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TORONTO — Cactus Club Cafe, a popular West Coast casual chain of eateries in British Columbia and Alberta, is set to take the Big...

Vancouver’s Shangri-la Stages Farmer’s Market

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VANCOUVER — Vancouver’s Shangri-la hotel is launching a monthly farmers’ market in September, following a successful inaugural Farmer's Market in June on the patio...

Key to Foodservice Success: Find and Retain Top-Notch Staff

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One of the keys to success in foodservice is finding and retaining top-notch staff When Dave Norris bought his east-end Toronto pub, Busters by...