× CaféTO set to become permanent under proposal going to Toronto city council
TORONTO, ONTARIO — CaféTO is set to become a permanent fixture in Toronto, according to city council’s corporate services committee.
The restaurant, located at Queen Street East and Eglinton Avenue East, is bringing in $5 million a year, a spokesperson for the City of Toronto confirmed to Global News. The owners of the restaurant reported an average of $2.1 million in gross annual sales, which rose to $2.5 million a year this past year.
According to a Facebook post made by the CaféTO owners, the restaurant, which features a drive-thru window, plans to remain open for at least ten years.
“Thanks to everyone who has made our location possible. New to the Toronto scene, but for us a constant advocate of understanding how to make it happen,” the post reads.
Toronto city council will vote on a proposal by city councillor Jimmy Breslin, one of CaféTO’s owners, to make the café permanent and set up a sub-letting agreement with the owners of the New York strip club Keystone.