Yorkville is getting a Max Brenner cafe
We might not be able to eat chocolate feasts in Toronto quite yet, but the chef behind the dessert-focused Max Brenner restaurant is bringing a cafe in Yorkville.
The shopping centre has undergone an extreme makeover, and as Retail Insider reports, it'll soon be home to more luxury retailers (such as Belstaff, Eleventy and Jean-Paul Fortin) to match the Yorkville vibe, of course.
As for food, Retail Insider says the Chase Hospitality Group will open a new restaurant called Palm Lane on site. Mi’Hito, which has a location at College and Spadina, will also start serving sushi burritos and poke in Yorkville too.
The Alterative Cafe, chef Oded Brenner's newish concept cafe will dole out hot and cold beverages, nutella rugelach and other coffee house staples.
Oded's more famous Max Brenner restaurant chain has 50 locations around the world, including in Israel (where it started), the United States and Australia.
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