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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Chain Restaurants

Chain Restaurants



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Swiss Chalet

590 Keele St., Toronto

It all began on Bloor Street in 1954 and since then, the slow-roasted rotisserie chicken has become the staple of

Swiss Chalet

570 Bloor St. W., Toronto

It all began on Bloor Street in 1954 and since then, the slow-roasted rotisserie chicken has become the staple of

Swiss Chalet

362 Yonge St., Toronto

It all began on Bloor Street in 1954 and since then, the slow-roasted rotisserie chicken has become the staple of

Swiss Chalet

345 Bloor St. E., Toronto

It all began on Bloor Street in 1954 and since then, the slow-roasted rotisserie chicken has become the staple of

Swiss Chalet

3253 Bayview Ave., Toronto

It all began on Bloor Street in 1954 and since then, the slow-roasted rotisserie chicken has become the staple of

Swiss Chalet

234 Bloor St. W., Toronto

It all began on Bloor Street in 1954 and since then, the slow-roasted rotisserie chicken has become the staple of

Swiss Chalet

2148 Queen St. E., Toronto

It all began on Bloor Street in 1954 and since then, the slow-roasted rotisserie chicken has become the staple of

Swiss Chalet

214 King St. W., Toronto

It all began on Bloor Street in 1954 and since then, the slow-roasted rotisserie chicken has become the staple of

Swiss Chalet

181 Eglinton Ave. E., Toronto

It all began on Bloor Street in 1954 and since then, the slow-roasted rotisserie chicken has become the staple of

Swiss Chalet

1110 O'Connor Dr., Toronto

It all began on Bloor Street in 1954 and since then, the slow-roasted rotisserie chicken has become the staple of

The 3 Brewers

275 Yonge St., Toronto

This microbrewery-restaurant concept is imported from France (where it’s called Les 3 Brasseurs). Sample the brewers’ famed beer in a

The Pickle Barrel

1 Yorkdale Rd., Toronto

The first Pickle Barrel opened in 1971 as a value-oriented dining destination. Today the popular restaurants boast a casually elegant

The Pickle Barrel

25 The West Mall, Toronto

The first Pickle Barrel opened in 1971 as a value-oriented dining destination. Today the popular restaurants boast a casually elegant

The Pickle Barrel

5100 Erin Mills Pkwy., Mississauga

The first Pickle Barrel opened in 1971 as a value-oriented dining destination. Today the popular restaurants boast a casually elegant

The Pickle Barrel

312 Yonge St., Toronto

The first Pickle Barrel opened in 1971 as a value-oriented dining destination. Today the popular restaurants boast a casually elegant

The Pickle Barrel

2300 Yonge St., Toronto

The first Pickle Barrel opened in 1971 as a value-oriented dining destination. Today the popular restaurants boast a casually elegant

Tucker’s Marketplace Restaurant

15 Carlson Ct., Toronto

Inspired by a neighbourhood market with stations dedicated to different foods. All-you-can-eat pastas, stir-fries, roasted meats, soups, pizzas and desserts.
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