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The Grilled Cheese in Kensington won't be reopening

There's a "for rent" sign in the window and 66 Nassau St. is currently listed for lease on Kijiji. This all means The Grilled Cheese in Kensington Market won't reopen.

In late June, the sandwich shop temporarily shut down after employees alleged that former owner Robbie Yuill sent threatening text messages and owed them hundreds of dollars in unpaid wages.

On June 27, Global News ran a report detailing the employees' accusations. Just days later The Grilled Cheese shuttered and the Ontario Ministry of Labour began looking into the restaurant's business practices.

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