The Goods is relocating to a new Toronto neighbourhood
You’ll soon be able to get The Goods in a new Toronto neighbourhood.
Currently located at Dundas and Dovercourt, the kitchen from raw chef and owner Lisa Labute announced on social media last week that its rerooting to Roncesvalles Village and is expected to open in June.
The take-out spot on Dundas evolved from a delivery service bringing nutritious, plant-based lunches to the Financial District and has since grown to also offer catering, “Mindful Meal Packages,” and take-away.
Labute confirms to Daily Hive that new menu items are also on the way, plus from the sounds of it, the new spot will finally offer seating, so you can sit and enjoy Tricky Tahini bowls and Insteada smoothies while also socializing and soaking in some sunlight.
“Our new space is under MAJOR transformation, you can find us on Dundas until we’re ready for you,” reads a post on Instagram.“We’re building it from scratch, like everything we do. It will be a space to gather, a space to sit and enjoy, a space with no physical barriers to entry, so like our food our home will be inclusive too.”
Open: June, 2018
Address: 279 Roncesvalle Avenue, Toronto
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