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Toronto getting a 100% plant-based restaurant

Vegans and vegetarians in Toronto have lots of restaurants to choose from, especially if they feel like junk food. But few of these dining options are upscale. That'll change when the Chase Hospitality Group opens Planta, a new 100 per cent plant-based eatery slated to open up in Yorkville this September.

Planta will take over 1221 Bay St., also known as the former Pangea space. It'll serve up breakfast, lunch and dinner and will help herbivores and healthy eaters imbibe with organic wine and freshly pressed juice-based cocktails.

Along with Chase, Nota Bene's chef David Lee is partnering on this green-sounding venture. You can visit the 165-seat Planta this fall.


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