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Richtree Natural Market includes 11 fast-food restaurants and a health food store in the south end of the Eaton Centre. The Eaton Centre is the last place you expect to find a health-food store. Shoes? Yes. Computers? Sure. But frozen organic gluten-free lunches you can microwave and eat on site? No way. Read More…
“At This Restaurant, the Hostess is a Hologram”
Since opening in the redeveloped south end of Toronto’s Eaton Centre two months ago, Richtree Natural Market Restaurants has championed its cause to provide food that is made from natural or organic, fresh and clean ingredients. Read More…
The Eaton Centre continues to upgrade its edible offerings with the addition of this new, fully licensed 400-seat eatery that boasts 11 different, organic food concepts. In addition to the market-style restaurants, the new concept situated next to the Queen subway station also includes an organic mini-mart making it a convenient spot for mall-goers and commuters to pick-up quick made-to-order eats and ready-to-grab-and-go ingredients and prepared foods. Read More…
— Happy Planet Foods (@TeamHappyPlanet) April 22, 2014
— Toronto Eaton Centre (@toeatoncentre) April 11, 2014
— Epicurious Toronto (@epicurioustdot) April 11, 2014
— Angela Wu (@angelawuu) April 10, 2014
@RichtreeMarket who is the guy working the pizza right now!? He is freaking amazing!!! Great service!
— Melissa Leithwood (@mleithwood) April 7, 2014
— Jazz Linton ✈ (@Urban_Traveler) April 3, 2014
— Danielle Hinds (@Dani_hinds10) April 1, 2014
— Crystal Chow (@shinycrystal) March 27, 2014