All The Best Fine Foods

All The Best Fine Foods closes its doors after 32 years

All The Best Fine Foods, the Toronto retailer that specialized in fancy, schmancy groceries and prepared foods, has shut down after 32 years on Yonge Street.

While the Yonge Street store is closed for good, All The Best's second location, at 483 Church St., will remain open. This storefront, along with its production kitchen at 105 Vanderhoof, is now under the Summerhill Market management.

"All The Best has been setting the bar for gourmet cheeses, breads and pastries in Toronto for 30 years, so we are very excited to combine the best from both our stores," says Summerhill Market owner Brad McMullen in a news release.

And don't fret, signature products from All The Best Fine Foods will still be available despite this change in ownership.


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