Lady Marmalade is moving!
Beloved for its menu of Build-Your-Own-Bennys and AM Poutine, the Victoria-born brunch spot has been a stalwart at 898 Queen Street East since 2009 and is known to attract long line ups on weekends.
Today, owners David Cherry and Natalia Simachkevitch announced that Lady Marmalade is relocating to 265 Broadview Avenue in the spring of 2018. Partnering with Canadian architect Omar Gandhi, the new spot promises to be a “bright and airy dining space, walled with greenery and washed in natural light, while keeping with the warm and welcoming experience the restaurant is known for.”
“Seeing our vision come to life through Omar Gandhi is incredibly exciting,” said Natalia Simachkevitch, co-owner, Lady Marmalade. “We feel very lucky that we have found a perfect new home just around the corner, and can continue to host our family and friends, while being a part of the evolution of Toronto’s Riverside neighbourhood.”
Once relocated, expect the same hours and menu on offer with a few new “inspired additions”.
Coming soon to: 265 Broadview Avenue, Toronto
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