Furnishing brand Restoration Hardware Toronto has updated its space to offer consumers a fully staffed in-store eatery and cafe.
Following IKEA's model, the restaurant is accessible after one has navigated throughout the various floors of the retail store. Once in the space, consumers are welcomed to relax and order from a diverse menu which serves sandwiches, salads, snacks, juices and a variety of coffees and teas. In addition to the hospitality provided through the eatery, the store has re-designed its space so that each floor follows a central theme, making it easier for shoppers to navigate the offerings. This means that particular items, like interior furnishings, patio sets, or items for children, can be found with greater ease.
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