Eataly Sherway Gardens, the Italian marketplace, will open on November 2nd at 3 P.M. The second Toronto location features two restaurants, five counters, and a mozzarella lab. The shop will be a destination for various Italian and Canadian products. Eataly also plans to open a third Canadian location in 2024 at CF Shops at Don Mills.
EAT YOUR HEART OUT AT EATALY SHERWAY GARDENS
According to Tommaso Brusò, CEO of Eataly North America, Toronto’s enthusiasm for high-quality food and experiences made it a key market. Eataly is excited to expand in Canada and is just getting started.
The partnership with Wittington Investments continues, with Eataly Sherway Gardens being the latest addition, following the flagship store’s opening in Eataly Yorkville in November 2019. Eataly Sherway Gardens spans 25,000 square feet.
Sal Iacono, EVP of Operations expressed excitement about the partnership. Sal emphasized their commitment to offering dynamic retail and dining experiences. They look forward to bringing “la dolce vita” to shoppers in Toronto at CF Sherway Gardens and CF Shops at Don Mills.
Some of the concepts include:
- La Pasticceria: the pastry counter with a view into the onsite production kitchen, with cakes, croissants, and more baked fresh daily
- Il Gran Caffè: an all-day coffee bar
- Il Gelato Artigianale: more than a dozen flavours of fresh gelato made with local milk
- La Panetteria & Pizza alla Pala: a counter offering a variety of bread baked in-house, as well as panini and Roman-style pizza
EATALY SHERWAY GARDENS IS BASED ON THE ORIGINAL CONCEPT STORE
Eataly was founded in 2003 by Oscar Farinetti. The Italian eatery is a global leader in the distribution and promotion of Italian food. As an Italian food retail company, Eataly symbolizes high-quality Made in Italy worldwide.
Eataly operates in 15 countries, including Italy, the United States, Canada, Japan, Germany, Britain, France, Sweden, Brazil, Turkey, South Korea, and the Middle East. They have ambitious plans for opening new locations in major cities across the globe.
All images courtesy Eataly.