Richtree Market

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Richtree Market
Industry Service
Genre Casual restaurant
Fate Active
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Number of locations
Products Market-type food
Owner Catalyst Capital
Number of employees

Richtree Market is a Canadian restaurant chain, which approximates the style of a European market.


General information[edit]

Richtree in Promenade (now closed)

Richtree Market Restaurants Inc. operates market-style, open-kitchen restaurants. The company has two owned-and-operated locations at the Eaton Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and at Square One, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.[1]

The chain offers casual dining and takeout service, with limited grocery stores and special items for children. Menu items are inspired by foods of Europe and Asia.

Locations seat approximately 120 people.

A larger, downtown-Toronto location, at Brookfield Place (formerly BCE Place), went out of business in January, 2010.[2] A similar restaurant, which opened in the location after Richtree's closure, is owned by competing Swiss chain Mövenpick Marché and is unrelated.

Richtree closed their restaurant locations in College Park in Toronto, Rideau Centre in Ottawa, Bayview & York Mills in Toronto,[3] and Promenade in Vaughan.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Richtree Corporate Site". Retrieved 2016-11-04. 
  2. ^ "Toronto Life article". Toronto Life. Retrieved 2010-01-27. 
  3. ^ "Richtree Blog". Retrieved 2018-05-22.