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7-Eleven Canada Adds Beer And Wine To Its Restaurant Menu With New Liquor Sales Licence In Leamington

Friday December 16th, 2022, 9:43am

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7-Eleven Canada will soon serve of-age customers beer and wine with their meal in Leamington, having secured a liquor sales license from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO). This is a first for 7-Eleven Canada in Ontario and the beginning of a wider provincial expansion.

Products for dine-in will include a variety of chilled beer, wines, and coolers, including local Ontario-made products. The licensed restaurant will go along with 7-Eleven Canada’s focus on fresh and prepared foods. Trained cooks prepare Crispy Classic Chicken wings cooked fresh in the store’s commercial-grade kitchen. Chicken strips, chicken sandwiches and potato wedges are also prepared fresh in-store daily, as well as pizza hot from the oven in minutes – 24/7, Big Bite Hotdogs, hot and cold sandwiches made locally and delivered fresh daily, crispy taquitos, and more.

“Fresh food drives our business,” said Marc Goodman, Vice President and General Manager 7-Eleven Canada. “With the addition of beer and wine, we’re excited to offer our adult patrons a full-menu dining experience – not unlike the thousands of other restaurants in Ontario. We’re pleased to be creating new employment opportunities and investing in local Ontario communities, like Leamington, home to 7-Eleven since 1999.”

The licensed restaurant at Leamington now features a full remodel and an enclosed dining area. Similar investments in 7-Eleven locations have led to nine new licensed restaurants this year in Alberta.

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