Mavis and Bristol SW Corner.Will this be going where the Rona was, or elsewhere?
This is awesome. I go to the Esplanade and Queensway locations to catch live bands, but having a feeling the MCC location will be very, very busy.
The Absolute road is to go there and connect to City Centre Dr. It was also be the turning point for the LRT, but being move to Sq One Dr because of the delivery entrances.This is awesome. I go to the Esplanade and Queensway locations to catch live bands, but having a feeling the MCC location will be very, very busy.
Best of all, there is not a location that could be closer to home for me - being across the street and through a little bit of parking. I have a feeling I will be there a lot - too bad their food selection is terrible. That place is only drink for me, unfortunately as basically everything is overpriced for small portions of very average tasting food.
We'll need a Pho place and a Burrito Boyz to open next door for the crowds that spill out as the night winds down
Crossing Hurontario at Absolute isn't great and no one has stopped to think that maybe that hill needs a set of stairs to get up/down from the parking lot to street level. Someone's going to have to get hurt before they do anything and they're more likely to put up a fence than to accommodate the hundreds of people who do that walk daily to get to the mall.
Popeyes has no rule against using Halal chicken. You are probably thinking of the battle between some franchisees and the corporate office over the move to machine-killed chickens. The franchisees claimed it was not Halal but the corporate office said it was Halal and that hand-killed chickens were bigger than what the company dictated and the supply chain was uneven. At no point did they claim Halal was against company policy.They're also opening at Heartland. I'm pretty sure all the ones that closed were opened by the same franchisee who was using halal chicken which was against the terms of the franchise or something. So hopefully these 'new' Popeyes don't use halal chicken.