Looks like Assembli, the build-your-own salad and pizza spot on Cambie, is getting another Vancouver location. You can find this restaurant’s second location at 1066 West Hastings in Coal Harbour’s Oceanic Plaza, where it’s set to open on March 5. The franchise was started by Canadian entrepreneur Deanna Embury, who aimed to satisfy patrons with fresh and healthy options for quick, counter-service food that can be enjoyed in the eatery or taken to-go.
Looks like the Vancouver-based, build-your-own salad and pizza spot,Â AssembliÂ is heading East this spring! The made-to-order over the counter eatery is planning to open the doors to their first Toronto location at 373 Church Street, at Carlton on April 2. The franchise started by Canadian entrepreneurÂ Deanna EmburyÂ aims to satisfy patrons with fresh and healthy options for quick, counter-service food that can be enjoyed in the eatery or taken to-go.
Remember that pizza shop that went by the name of Mega iLL? Yes, the one that used to make “the marijuana-friendly, hemp heart-fortified one-of-a-kind tasting pizza.”Well, in case you haven’t scoped it out yet, something incredible popped up in its place just over a year ago–a 32-seat restaurant called Crowbar. A lot of people have mentioned they like to head here for drinks before dining at the buzz-worthy spot across the street, Savio Volpe.
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