TORONTO — In honour of its 30th anniversary, SIR Corp.’s Loose Moose restaurant in Toronto has undergone renovations and unveiled a new burger menu.
“Thirty years in Toronto is a big deal,” says Peter Fowler, CEO, SIR Corp. “We’ve built a loyal following over the years and wanted to celebrate by changing things up a little, while continuing to offer our guests the best food, drinks and atmosphere in the city.”
Nine new burger options will headline the new menu. The new offerings are made with 100-per-cent Canadian Angus beef, Canadian cheese and served on house-made buns, which are baked fresh daily. Loose Moose has also improved its bar program, adding more than 280 rare liquor bottles in addition to more than 65 beers on tap.
Highlights of the restaurant’s renovations include a giant ‘F’ and ‘U’ repurposed from the original Four Seasons in Toronto, which are displayed at the front entrance. The building restaurant is housed in also contains an old bank vault, which guests can now request a table in — allowing them to enjoy a small piece of Toronto’s history while they dine.
“As a renegade restaurant brand, getting the details right with this re-opening was important — including subtle touches like a giant ‘F’ and ‘U’ from the old Four Seasons,” says Fowler. “So, here’s to another 30 years of serving great food, beer, wine and cocktails and having a damn good time doing it.”