Da Toni cel­e­brates half-cen­tury in Sher­brooke

Sherbrooke Record - - LOCAL NEWS -

Sher­brooke’s Da Toni restau­rant in cel­e­brated its 50th an­niver­sary on Satur­day. It was 4 p.m. on Sun­day, Jan. 12, 1969 when Toni Danella, a man pas­sion­ate about Ital­ian cook­ing, opened the doors to what would be­come one of Sher­brooke's most fa­mous restau­rants. The es­tab­lish­ment was then lo­cated on Welling­ton Street North, next to the Granada Theater. Since then, the restau­rant has earned a rep­u­ta­tion for con­sis­tency in terms of taste, qual­ity and ser­vice. The recipes and tech­niques still used to­day are in close con­form­ity with the rules of the culi­nary art and with great re­spect for the "Ital­ian" spirit in­stilled from the be­gin­ning by the founder.

To­day, Chef Chris­tian Fréchette has been cre­at­ing the restau­rant's menu since 2001 and it is with great plea­sure that he in­vites you to come and cel­e­brate the an­niver­sary with him and all the staff through­out 2019 at var­i­ous events and spe­cial evenings.

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