If you picked 2019 as the year to go vegan, consider yourself very lucky. Not only are fast-food restaurants dipping their toes in the plant-based waters, but vegan eateries are opening left, right, and centre.
New York City-based vegan hot spot, by CHLOE., has just announced its opening up two locations in Toronto.
With super successful outposts in American cities like New York, Boston, Providence, and Los Angeles, the chain will now also call Toronto home as it opens locations in Yorkdale Shopping Centre and the Financial District.
by CHLOE.’s CEO, Patrik Hellstrand said in a release, “We’re very excited to bring by CHLOE. to Canada. Our mission at by CHLOE. has always been to offer accessible and delicious plant-based food internationally. As we expand into Canada, we look forward to learning how to best serve our Canadian guests.”
by CHLOE.’s Yorkdale location is set to be a replica of the restaurant’s first ever flagship location that’s located in NYC’s trendy West Village neighbourhood.
In addition to being 100% plant-based, by CHLOE. also has gluten-free and soy-free options available, too.
Wondering what you can expect to find on the menu? Enjoy the classic by CHLOE. menu that we all know and love. There will also be a selection of ‘Grab + Go’, seasonally-changing specials, and of course, delicious freshly baked sweets.
As if this could get more exciting, the chain revealed that to celebrate its Canadian launch, visitors can expect to see an exclusive “Toronto by CHLOE.” menu that will take inspiration from classic Canadian dishes and local ingredients.
The Yorkdale location is set to open in late September and the Financial District outpost is set to arrive by 2020.
Featured Image: by CHLOE.
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