Holt Renfrew rebrands in-store restaurants

Canadian luxury retailer Holt Renfrew has partnered with Chase Hospitality Group to rebrand its in-store restaurants.

Holt Renfrew rebrands in-store restaurants. - Chase Hospitality Group
 
As of early 2018, Colette Grand Café will replace Holts Café in Edmonton, Montreal, Vancouver, and Toronto's Yorkdale and Bloor Street locations.
 
The new restaurant concept was inspired by Colette in Toronto, which opened in the summer of 2014, and has become a staple of the city's upscale dining scene. It has a French-style and offers French-inspired cuisine.  
 
"Colette Grand Café embodies the French-style and is the perfect fit for Holt Renfrew to offer clientele the full luxury experience," said Mario Grauso, President, Holt Renfrew, in a news statement. "Well-known for culinary excellence and creating beautifully designed spaces, we are excited to have Chase Hospitality Group restaurants as a valued partner."
 
"We are very happy to be partnering with such an iconic luxury brand as Holt Renfrew, and to be expanding Colette Grand Café across Canada," added Steven Salm, President, Chase Hospitality Group. "The French-inspired aesthetic and menu are a natural fit for the stylish destination and we are so pleased to bring the two together."
 
Holt Renfrew’s competitors Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom opened in Canada last year with up-scale restaurant offerings. Within Saks Fifth Avenue, two new restaurant concepts by Oliver & Bonacini were launched including a dining lounge called Beaumont Kitchen at CF Sherway Gardens, as well as a restaurant and bar by Chef Anthony Walsh serving South American cooking called Leña, at CF Toronto Eaton Centre. 

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