A fresh culinary experience is coming to CF Toronto Eaton Centre with the arrival of Queen’s Cross, a new chef-driven dining concept created in partnership with Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality.
Slated to open in fall 2023, Queen’s Cross will transform 19,000 square feet of the south side of the shopping centre into a modern-day food emporium with seating to accommodate 300 guests.
Featuring a carefully curated collection of 15 unique food stalls along with a bar and café, the new concept offers exciting, high-quality, and meaningful food experiences that reflect the diversity and vibrancy of downtown Toronto.
Designed by Solid Design Creative, Queen’s Cross features an industrial chic aesthetic, colourful neon accents, and lush greenery that will ultimately revamp the food scene on level 1 of CF Toronto Eaton Centre.
The globally inspired food stalls will feature a mix of new quick-service brands as well as playful offshoots of established local restaurants including Leña and Maison Selby.
Unique Dining Concepts at Queen’s Cross include:
- Le Petit Cornichon
- Captain Neon Sushi + Bowls
- Gil’s Fish & Chipperie
- Red Sauce
- Swanky Burger
- Lala’s Cantina
- Underground Sandwich
- Happy Tangle
- Beauty’s Fried ChickenCross Bar – coffee and lounge
CF Toronto Eaton Centre features a wide array of food and dining options including full-scale restaurants Joeys, Trattoria Mercatto, Hendricks, Leña, and Bazille and Bar Verde at Nordstrom, as well as speciality food and beverage retailers throughout the centre, and the Urban Eatery located at the north end of the shopping centre.
The Constance Taverne, another new restaurant concept by O&B, will be opening at CF Toronto Eaton Centre in spring 2023.
The centre is currently undergoing a $77 million revitalization project including the refurbishment of its iconic galleria skylight roof.
The existing glass is being replaced with the latest materials and technologies to improve energy efficiency while maintaining its classic design aesthetic.
To help improve shoppers’ movement and accessibility, three new staircases will be created in the South Court and Urban Eatery, improvements to elevators, and the installation of a larger cab in an existing elevator to better accommodate strollers and mobility scooters.
The enhancements will facilitate convenient connections while creating a more welcoming environment throughout the property.