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Impact Kitchen Opens Up in Liberty Village 

September 24th, 2021 | By Tisha Riman

IT'S OFFICIAL!

It’s official: Impact Kitchen’s newest restaurant has opened its doors in Liberty Village as of September 15th 2021. What an amazing first week–we’ve been so grateful to the Liberty Village community for welcoming us with open arms. The new location, located at 99 Atlantic Avenue, holds a lot of the familiarity of the other Impact locations: a large dine-in space, an exposed kitchen, and a retail fridge for all your grab-n-go needs. It also has a lot of the decorative lifestyle elements that playfully callout to the athletic roots that gave way to its conception: rock climbing holds (from Liberty Village’s own Joe Rockheads) scale up a pillar, bicycles hang above the retail fridge, and there’s an entire wall made of greenery. 

Of course, if you’ve ever been to any of the other locations, these details probably won’t surprise you. I remember stepping foot in Impact’s first location, on King street, as a humble culinary student–and one of Impact Kitchen’s first prep cooks–when they first opened their doors back in 2015. From the beginning, Impact’s goal has always been to bring in community, and inspire a healthier lifestyle. Like Liberty, King’s location paid homage to its athletic roots with kettlebells propping the doors, and surfboards hanging along the wall. 

But more than its decor, it was the people that always stood out to me. From the beginning Impact Kitchen has been about community, and about team building. It’s this attitude that has led to a loyal customer base, with regulars that come in daily to order their favourite bowls so many years later. I remember first seeing this as the co-founders Josh Broun and Frank Toskan greeting customers every day,  clearing tables and even mopping floors after hours. 

If you come check out the Liberty Village location, you’ll see not much has changed: it’s all hands on deck. Impact team members are there to greet you when you stop by, explain our mission and what we serve, and invite you into the community. Or, if you’re like me, maybe you get the staff to do it while you film Instagram stories. I’m just saying.)

So if you’re in the neighbourhood, be sure to stop by and introduce yourself. We’re thrilled to be a part of this community, and hope to make a big impact. Or, at the very least, get you hooked on our chocolate sea salt cookies.

September 24th, 2021 | By Tisha Riman

IT'S OFFICIAL!

It’s official: Impact Kitchen’s newest restaurant has opened its doors in Liberty Village as of September 15th 2021. What an amazing first week–we’ve been so grateful to the Liberty Village community for welcoming us with open arms. The new location, located at 99 Atlantic Avenue, holds a lot of the familiarity of the other Impact locations: a large dine-in space, an exposed kitchen, and a retail fridge for all your grab-n-go needs. It also has a lot of the decorative lifestyle elements that playfully callout to the athletic roots that gave way to its conception: rock climbing holds (from Liberty Village’s own Joe Rockheads) scale up a pillar, bicycles hang above the retail fridge, and there’s an entire wall made of greenery. 

Of course, if you’ve ever been to any of the other locations, these details probably won’t surprise you. I remember stepping foot in Impact’s first location, on King street, as a humble culinary student–and one of Impact Kitchen’s first prep cooks–when they first opened their doors back in 2015. From the beginning, Impact’s goal has always been to bring in community, and inspire a healthier lifestyle. Like Liberty, King’s location paid homage to its athletic roots with kettlebells propping the doors, and surfboards hanging along the wall. 

But more than its decor, it was the people that always stood out to me. From the beginning Impact Kitchen has been about community, and about team building. It’s this attitude that has led to a loyal customer base, with regulars that come in daily to order their favourite bowls so many years later. I remember first seeing this as the co-founders Josh Broun and Frank Toskan greeting customers every day,  clearing tables and even mopping floors after hours. 

If you come check out the Liberty Village location, you’ll see not much has changed: it’s all hands on deck. Impact team members are there to greet you when you stop by, explain our mission and what we serve, and invite you into the community. Or, if you’re like me, maybe you get the staff to do it while you film Instagram stories. I’m just saying.)

So if you’re in the neighbourhood, be sure to stop by and introduce yourself. We're thrilled to be a part of this community, and hope to make a big impact. Or, at the very least, get you hooked on our chocolate sea salt cookies.

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