TriMark USA, the country’s largest provider of design services, equipment and supplies to the foodservice industry, is preparing to open two new Chefs’ Toys stores, in Oakland and Commerce California this month.
With these two new locations, TriMark will have 10 stores throughout the state, offering a wide selection of products, fast, reliable deliveries, and a range of business services for dining establishments, eateries and foodservice facilities of all sizes.
The Oakland store, located at 955 Kennedy Street, is set to open on 21 February and is the first Chefs’ Toys in the northern California region, known for its vibrant dining atmosphere with a wide range of culturally-rich menus.
The Commerce store, located at 6446 Telegraph Road, opens on 28 February and is the third store serving the L.A. basin, which is a cuisine-savvy market that continues to thrive and grow.
TriMark is marking the launch of both branches by inviting area restauranteurs and the general public to Grand Opening celebrations featuring live product demonstrations, complimentary food tastings, and exclusive one-day specials.
The locations will be open to the public six days a week and stocked with over 10,000 items.
Industry experts will be available to assist customers with
their purchases, with the added convenience of buying online at chefstoys.com
and picking up in store.
“We are excited to bring two new Chefs’ Toys stores to California, recognizing the areas are ideal for our brand, which sets the standard in quality, value-driven products, cost-saving business solutions and superior services unmatched in the industry,” said Frank Braudrick, vice president of retail and general manager of Chefs’ Toys.
“With the opening of these stores, we continue to strengthen
our relationships with customers and further our commitment to serve these
culturally diverse, dynamic urban hubs.”
The new Chefs’ Toys stores, like the existing locations, are destinations that chefs can rely on for every need in the kitchen and front of house.
The stores leverage their buying power to make it possible for every customer to confidently and cost-effectively run their operation.
TriMark said the grand openings reflect its continuing goal of seeking to create a welcoming and expedient means for foodservice professionals to purchase and replenish essential supplies in the communities where they live and work.