Thursday, 19 December 2013

Charles Khabouth, CEO of INK Entertainment Collaborating with Trump Tower Toronto on Event and Dining Space

 Charles Khabouth, the Entertainment King of Toronto's downtown is working with the Oliver & Bonacini Restaurant chain to provide a more vivid experience for guests and residents visting the Trump Tower in the Toronto Entertainment District. The effort focused on the existing restaurants of Stock and Suits will also involve the developer of the Project, Talon International. 
"Talon International Inc., as developer of the Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto is pleased with aligning itself with these respected and successful companies," said Neil Labatte, President and CEO of Talon International Development and Talon Luxury Collection.  "Oliver & Bonacini Restaurants and INK Entertainment bring robust experience in restaurant and entertainment management and strengthen our property's comprehensive offerings. 
Trump's discriminating guests and residents enjoy a 360-degree lifestyle experience with the highest service and luxury standards that they expect and deserve. This partnership will reinforce Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto as the preeminent luxury hotel and residential property."
Details announced include:
  • O&B and INK Entertainment to share management of all food services for the Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto including the restaurant, bar and lounge, event spaces and in-room dining;
  • No changes to food service operations are planned at this time, and service will continue uninterrupted

"We are thrilled to bring the hospitality of Oliver & Bonacini Restaurants to the residents and guests of Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto," said Andrew Oliver, President of Oliver & Bonacini Restaurants. "Our aim is to have our passion for food and service complement Trump Toronto's renowned standards of luxury."
"Our collaboration ensures that the property will be Toronto's most sensational hotel experience, with cutting-edge entertainment and nightlife options," said Charles Khabouth, CEO of INK Entertainment.

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