Find menu items from celebs like LeBron James at T.O.’s new upscale diner

Kith has opened its flagship store in Toronto, marking its debut in the Canadian market. The two-story space, unveiled on September 22, seamlessly combines fashion and food in a beautifully designed space by Ronnie Fieg, the Founder/CEO/Creative Director.

The first floor features premium men’s and women’s apparel, while the second floor houses footwear, an exclusive Kith Kids collection and the ultimate go-to for food enthusiasts – Sadelle’s and Kith Treats.

Sadelle’s, a nod to New York’s all-day dining tradition, gained prominent status since its 2016 launch in SoHo. With its posh vibe and standout menu, Sadelle’s is now bringing Toronto into the mix, featuring classics like bagels, fresh-sliced salmon, chopped salads and famous French toast.

Three exclusive sandwiches, crafted by celeb chef Mario Carbone,  pay tribute to the children of Jeff Zalaznick and Ronnie Fieg’s children, adding a personal touch to the lineup.

The Poppy is served on Challah with Bacon, Coleslaw & Tomato

Adjacent to Sadelle’s is the Kith Treats bar, where diners can indulge in customizable swirls, milkshakes and a cereal soft serve bar featuring old-school American cereals like Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cheerios, Lucky Charms and Froot Loops. For added sweetness, options like brownie bites, M&Ms, Kit Kat and Twix Bars are available to be added in.

Standout menu items at Kith Treats includes The Bam Bam by Action Bronson, which features Rice Krispie treats, Cookie Crunch, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Kit Kat crushed Oreos and Marshmallow Charms.

If you’re in the mood for something simpler, The Kings Treat by Lebron James features Cinnamon Toast Crunch, granola and Snickers Bar.

While the flagship will certainly gain attention for its fashion and culinary offerings, a representative from Kith hints at exciting developments in beverages in the coming months.

For a sneak peak of  Sadelle’s and Kith Treats’ menu, click here.

You can find Sadelles’s and Kith Treats inside Kith at 78 Yorkdale Ave.

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