Famed upscale eatery Scaramouche gets a new lease on location
Although its days were thought to be numbered, Scaramouche will not be closing after all, its lease at apartment complex One Benvenuto Place extended to 2016.
“We’re delighted Scaramouche will be staying in its current location so we can continue to provide our many loyal clients and guests with the high level of cuisine and trusted service that’s been recognized for years,” says co-owner Carl Korte in a just-issued statement. “Extending our lease also means we can happily reinvest in our kitchen and dining room to maintain our position as one of Toronto’s top restaurants with the best view in town.”
Not to mention the valet parking!
It had been previously reported that the swanky 30-year old landmark supper club would be closing to make way for luxury condos.
“Friends and clients have been asking us where Scaramouche will move so I’m pleased to finally report that we’re staying where we are,” says long-time executive chef and co-owner Keith Froggett.[rssbreak]