Jollibee Is Opening Its First Downtown Toronto Location

Jollibee Is Opening Its First Downtown Toronto Location

If you’ve yet to try to Filipino fast food sensation that is Jollibee, your taste buds are in for a treat.

Jollibee is the Phillippines’ number one fast food restaurant. The chain started its Canadian expansion back in 2018 and currently have locations in Mississauga, Scarborough, and Winnipeg.

But the expansion doesn’t stop there. Last summer, the company announced that it planned to open 100 locations across the country within the next five years.


According to job postings found online, there are three more eateries coming to the GTA in the near future, including a Jollibee downtown Toronto location.

Some internet sleuthing done by BlogTO shows three job listings made by Honeybee Foods (Canada) for Jollibee. The searches are for three separate locations: 79 Billy Bishop Way (North York), 1 Promenade Circle (Thornhill), and 335 Yonge Street (downtown Toronto).

Unfortunately, none of the job postings disclose opening dates.

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Jollibee’s downtown Toronto location will be tucked in between Ryerson’s Student Learning Centre and the former HMV location, which is currently being converted into a Tokyo Smoke cannabis shop.

It will be downtown Toronto’s first Jollibee, giving downtowners the opportunity to try chain favourites like Chicken Joy, Yum Burger, Champ burger, Jollibee Spaghetti, and the Peach/Mango pie.

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If the job listings are telling of anything, it’s that Jollibee is staying true to its expansion goals.

In addition to the GTA locations, Honeybee Foods (Canada) is also scouting for positions in Edmonton (3803 Calgary Trail NW) and Calgary (999 36 St. NE# 10150).

We’ll keep you updated as the story progresses.

Featured image: Instagram/@jessesfoodventures

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