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Carl's Jr. to open first Toronto location on Queen West

If you are among the thousands of Torontonians who freaked out when In-N-Out Burger announced they'd be hosting a Toronto pop-up (and were subsequently turned away empty-handed), this will cheer you up nicely. U.S. burger chain Carl's Jr, which unveiled plans to expand into Canada earlier this year, has zeroed in on a downtown Toronto location.

An application went before the city last week to revamp 272 Queen St. West - which you might know as the former HMV store at Queen and Soho - into a 130-seat fast food location. Pretty soon, we'll all be enjoying some piping-hot sexual objectification, I mean, Thickburgers.

Photo via Carl's Jr. on Facebook.


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