Restaurant damaged by fire reopens in Toronto after being closed for more than a year
A vegetarian restaurant that opened last year to much fanfare has finally reopened after being temporarily closed during the pandemic.
The restaurant now has a Dec. 11 reopening date, and will be offering their menu in a takeout and delivery format. Coffee, baked goods and mezze are available to order, and diners can expect dishes like kohlrabi latkes and celeriac shawarma. Non-toxic biodegradable containers are sourced from Green Shift.
Their Portland restaurant has been transformed into a bottle shop and retail space selling plants, books and housewares including items like beeswax wraps, natural dye kits and upcycled sustainable market bags.
"As the pandemic hit, we thought it best to put our resources into supporting our staff in the restaurants that were operating successfully," says Hanif Harji, CEO of Scale Hospitality.
"We feel now is a good time to re-open, and offer everyone something new and exciting as we optimistically enter the holiday season and the coming year."
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