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Cactus Club to open in Toronto

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DH Vancouver Staff Sep 25, 2012 8:25 am

Lower Mainland owned and operated Cactus Club Cafe will be setting up shop in Toronto in 2013. Their arrival is part of the West Coast casual dining invasion taking over Toronto.

The new, flagship location is situated in the heart of Toronto’s financial district and will showcase the best of West Coast casual fine dining. The globally-inspired and sustainably- sourced menu, designed by Executive Chef Rob Feenie will feature the best fresh, local ingredients. Cactus Club’s unparalleled design and exquisite collection of original art, including Canadian and international artists such as Andy Warhol, Jean Michel-Basquiat, and Louis Poulson provide a chic, yet comfortable setting for knowledgeable and personable service.

“We are excited to be expanding our collection to the Ontario market” says Richard Jaffray, president and founder, Cactus Restaurants Ltd. “The restaurant industry in Ontario, and particularly in Toronto, is a discerning one and we look forward to introducing them to our concept of upscale yet informal dining.”

The new Cactus Club Cafe will be located at 100 King Street West, in downtown Toronto.

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