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Jun 12, 2012 07:37 AM

Sanagan's Meat Locker expanding (taking over European Meats space)

Just read about this on BlogTO this morning:

They are taking over the European Meats space and will offer more products. Excited to see what happens there.

Is Easton's still operating in the market? I think they were past employees or partners of Sanagans? Wonder if they will join forces in the new space (since I know they were in an ice cream shop for the winter but don't know what happened to them since).

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  1. Awesome news. Love Sanagan's.

    1. He's my fav butcher in the city so I'm hoping this will result in just more amazing product sourced (and now made) with love!

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      1. Easton's closed at the beginning of April. Mr. Cream is back selling ice cream.

        I've been missing them. Hard to believe there's no where else to get deli meats in KM currently. They're last tweet mentioned they'll be back in the fall.

        So not sure if they'll be involved with the expanded Sangagan's.

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        1. re: num nums

          I really hope Easton is involved. Easton made sandwiches, so maybe he'll head up the sandwich counter and charcuterie at the new Sanagan's location. In any event, I think the new place will be great.

        2. Opened today

          Happened to walk by around 9:00ish and they were inside doing some work, it looked "ready" to go, then tonight I saw on Now Toronto that they actually were open today

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          1. re: ylsf

            they moved in wednesday but had to operate cash only, kinda sucked for me since i wasn't prepared for that.

            space is huge, looks great, people are as swell as ever but i think there's going to be a lot of new employees needing training. they have a great looking cooked items section and a bit of seating, exactly like the old layout. curious about their rotisserie chicken.

            1. re: pinstripeprincess

              Thanks for notes,

              BlogTO did a write up with pics of the chicken/etc. Looks good, so do the sandwiches!

          2. I went yesterday and tried the roast beef sandwich. It was fantastic. It's served with mushroom gravy, caramelized onions and cheddar on a nice roll. For $9.50 it comes with really good fries. Can't wait to try the other sandwiches and rotisserie chicken.