Toronto City Council will ask the province to temporarily cap the commissions of food delivery service companies to help local businesses.
Toronto is moving to implement further operational restrictions on restaurants after a recent spike in COVID-19 cases in the city.
Toronto’s Naan & Kabob has announced the launch of Cubby Smart Kitchen, an innovative self-serve concept which will open in Toronto’s Moss Park neighbourhood on October 2, 2020.
Press release Downtown Toronto fast casual restaurant General Assembly Pizza (GA) launched the world’s first pizza subscription service on September 15 at gapizza.com. The subscription offers free home delivery for stacks of 4, 6, 8 or 10 pizzas from as little as $39 per order and as low as $9 per pizza. The service is […]
By Paulina Ignacak A graduate of the School of Hotel Management and Culinary Arts in India, Divakar Raju began his career at the Taj Group of Hotels as a chef. In the time since, he has worked around the world and is a certified food professional. In 1998, Raju moved to Toronto, where his career […]
The CaféTO report was unanimously approved with amendments by Toronto City Council. It’s expected the first CaféTO locations will be in place on July 1.
Nearly 8,000 Toronto restaurants and bars, including more than 1,400 with licensed patios, sidewalk cafés, or parklet permits, can now offer delivery, takeout, and outdoor dining.
Brent Poulton, CEO of St. Louis Bar & Grill, is confident the measures his company has taken will encourage Canadians to return to its signature service.
Toronto will be home to Canada’s first fully automated restaurant when Box’d by Paramount Fine Foods opens on King Street West this June.
As many restaurants are forced to close their doors, others are in survival mode, thinking of how to quickly and creatively offer meals to customers in ways they hadn’t before.