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Kitchen Hub Food Hall adds four more restaurant offerings to its west-end Toronto menu

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TORONTO, ON, December 14, 2021: Kitchen Hub, Canada’s first virtual food hall, expands offerings at its Toronto’s West-end (935 The Queensway) location, now with takeout available from four new partners: Impact Kitchen, Cabano’s Comfort Food, non-alcoholic craft beer and wine brand Grüvi and Le Dolci Bakery.

Outside of Le Dolci’s own location, menu items from the bakery are available for takeout exclusively at Kitchen Hub (both Queensway and Parliament locations), including their signature rainbow cake. Kitchen Hub allows Torontonians to select menu items from all of their partners in one easy takeout order, resulting in a combination of foods they love.

Outside of Le Dolci’s own location, menu items from the bakery are now available for takeout exclusively at Kitchen Hub.

“Providing Torontonians with unprecedented access to some of the city’s favourite menus is exactly why we started Kitchen Hub — we’re always looking to add new restaurant partners to our line-up,” said Adam Armeland, Kitchen Hub Co-Founder and CEO.“When expanding our Queensway offerings, we set out to find the best quality cuisine that met the demand of the neighbourhood and these partners checked all the boxes for us — from paleo and gluten-free options to some of the city’s best burgers and over-the-top cakes.”

Impact Kitchen is now on board at Kitchen Hub’s Queensway location

Kitchen Hub offers takeout from Toronto’s hottest restaurants like Pai and Piano Piano — all in one order. The company’s Queensway location opened its doors in January 2020, followed by a second in the city’s East-end earlier this year (234 Parliament Street). Kitchen Hub will open five new locations in 2022, including a third, flagship location in January (with 13 kitchens and retail space) and plans for fifty locations across Canada in the next five years.

Cabano’s Comfort Food now available at Kitchen Hub’s Toronto west-end location

The concept allows for the food hall’s surrounding neighbourhoods to have access to restaurants that previously were not in the delivery zone, while providing restaurant partners with a viable business model for takeout by providing infrastructure and services to expand with low overhead costs while doing what they love: cooking great food.

Non-alcoholic craft beer and wine brand Grüvi now available at Kitchen Hub’s Toronto west-end location.

Impact Kitchen, Cabano’s Comfort Food, Le Dolci Bakery and Grüvi join the existing line-up of restaurants at Kitchen Hub locations including: Piano Piano; Victory Foods; Kanga; Greenhouse Juices; The Cheesecake Factory Bakery; Daan GO Macaron Cafe, Kawartha Dairy Ice Cream and a full array of unique snacks, sweets, and desserts.

All three new restaurants will be offering a variety of menu items, with a full list outlined here.

Delivery and pickup from Kitchen Hub is available via KitchenHub.com or all major third party delivery services. To celebrate the new menu offerings, Kitchen Hub is providing 25% off all orders for new sign-ups, visit KitchenHub.com for details.

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