Having It All

Petersen, Chris
September 2006
Food & Drink;Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p14
The article profiles SIR Corp., a restaurant holding companies in Canada. True to its name, which stands for Service Inspired Restaurant, the company's management says providing top-notch service is one of its guiding principle. SIR Corp. is operating more than 35 restaurants across Canada under nine different concepts. Among them are Jack Astor's, Brasserie Frisco and Far Niente.


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